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SOUTH PARK MUSIC FESTIVAL July 3-5, 2014 American Safari Ranch, South Park, CO Slightly Stoopid, Tech N9ne, Paper Diamond, Matisyahu, Steel Pulse, Collie Buddz, Heroes x Villians, The Flobots, Fishbone, Kottonmouth Kings, The Grouch & Eligh, Stanton Warriors, Blackalicious, Souls Of Mischief, Alien Ant Farm, The Aggrolites, 40 Oz. To Freedom, Eyes Set To Kill, Thundercat, The Hood Internet, Option 4, Bass Physics, Carolyn Wonderland, Krooked Treez, Subscape, Basscrooks, RH RUFFHAUSER, Mixology, Freq Nasty, Frontside 5, Ill-Esha, Fantastic Negrito, The Prime Eights, The Wheeland Brothers, Los Rakas, Step Rockets, A-1, Vinnie Maniscalco, DJ Bobby B (from KMK), Amp Live, Congo Sanchez, Sensi Dread, Rowdy Shadehouse, Pries, FUTUR3, Dragondeers, P-Nuckle, Danka, No 1 Left Standing, Kamikazi Klones, Trickshot, Dirty Little Thieves, Melissa Ivey, DubSkin, Dirt Monkey, Samples, HI-Strung, OROYA, Adrienne-O, Sunsquabi, The Trade-ins, Stick-e Dee, The Violet Showcase, Tattooed Strings, Justin James Bridges, Megan Kelley, PLAAD, We's Us, Anubis Morrison With the advent of legalized marijuana in Colorado, cannabis is the hot, new feature at local events, and each innovation quickly draws national attention. The next big thing is the South Park Music Festival, the first large-scale concert and camping festival of its kind, in the free-cannabis state. Unlike the pageantry of similar big-name events like Bonnaroo and Coachella -- increasingly corporate and not without a commercial drumbeat -- organizers are pushing to make this a stripped-down, music-focused affair, albeit with cannabis on a pedestal. “There’s something for everyone,” says David Kowalsky, CEO of Cannabis Network Radio, the concert’s sole presenter. “It’s Woodstock-esque in that we offer such diverse genres. This festival comes from a love of music.” Likewise, Slightly Stoopid, Tech N9ne, Matisyahu, Steel Pulse, The Flobots, Kottonmouth Kings and Blackalicious lead the strong and varied line-up to perform on three stages over three days. Concert officials started the weekend passes out at a generous $50, and even day of festival general admission tickets are capped at a mere $149. But unlike any other summer event, attendees will be able to enjoy cannabis in the open, without any reservations. It will be welcomed on-site, given away, and consumed. A shuttle service will connect visitors to local dispensaries in neighboring towns (if they haven’t already filled up in Denver before hitting the road). Even out-of-state visitors may partake; the laws permit anyone over age 21 to possess, share and use cannabis, and to purchase it at approved dispensaries. With over 200 arrests made at each of the most recent aforementioned festivals (mostly for simple cannabis possession), South Park Music Festival looks to prove music and cannabis really do go hand-in-hand... not “hand-in-cuffs”. An “The Underground Cup” is also scheduled to allow dispensaries promoting their strains plus home growers and extraction artists to showcase their wares. ”This is our way of saying thanks to Colorado for leading the country with their vote to legalize,” Kowalsky says. “We’ll be in the mountains celebrating actual freedom on the fourth of July.” For the holiday weekend, both laser show and “massive” fireworks are planned, plus an “epic” new production piece from the same special-effects crew behind Coachella’s now-infamous Tupac hologram performance. Concert-goers will camp out in the vast 300-acre American Safari Ranch, located in Fairplay, about an hour scenic drive from Denver. For tickets, more information and the full lineup visit southparkfest.com.
Tickets will be available for advance purchase on ticketfly.com soon.
Red Calling, Auditory Armory, catalyst:, Machine Gun Funk 8:30:PM - 3:00:AM Doors open at 8:30pm Bands Check-In at 9:00pm Show starts at 9:30pm $5.00 21+ $7.00 under 21 All original Metal / Rock Show!
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NEW GRANADA PRESENTS.... Old-school B-town (that's Brandon, folks) hardcore outfit FAILURE FACE are reuniting for a couple summer shows. Led by Florida punk stalwart Bob Suren (of Murder Suicide Pact, and previous owner of punk record store Sound Idea), the band will also be celebrating a new vinyl release at these shows. We've decided to put together an eclectic bill of the ever expanding definition of punk from around the Tampa Bay Area. We're stoked to be a part of this one. FAILURE FACE THE TIM VERSION: http://on.fb.me/I2QKp8 CATALYST: http://www.facebook.com/catalysttampa LOINS: http://on.fb.me/I7o50W $6.00, All Ages, 8:00 door
Sounds Like: Neurosis, Old Man Gloom, Tool, starkweather, Converge
Label: None, monument: recording services
Bio: Review of the "Deluxe" version CD that includes extra tracks not previously on the original release - by OrlandoBands.com: http://orlandobands.wordpress.com/2012/07/24/album-review-catalyst-deluxe-edition/
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: catalyst: has a show on 07/03/2014 at 04:20 PM @ South Park Music Festival in Fairplay, CO http://t.co/k28kBxmndm #concert
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Q: Q: Hey guys - Louder Than Hell hear from you - Tell us which 5 records are the most ear-slaying metal records of all time. Your band will be included in a special Louder Than Hell Feature.
A: Appreciate the question - we are heavily influenced by a wide variety of musical styles, not just metal. Meshuggah - Obzen; Slayer - Reign In Blood; Napalm Death - Time Waits for No Slave; Sepultura - Chaos A.D.; Tool - Lateralus .. to name a few..
Asked by Louder Than Hell. Answered on Tue Oct 16 2012All Questions