Sounds Like: The Beatles, Led Zeppelin Official, Pink Floyd, Bob Dylan, The Doors
Label: Liquid Peace Revolution, LLC
Manager: Kevin Quern
Liquid Peace Revolution is an up-and-coming New Orleans rock band setting their sites on forging a new path. The band has been together since childhood, and they love and live for music. They are bringing back elements of the Psychedelic 60s and infusing it with folk and blues, l... See Full Bio
Post Mardi Gras GROOVE RECOVERY Electric Attitude, Liquid Peace Revolution, Noisewater. Featuring Live Painting by Czar Teomg. GoGo Dancers Melody Thick and Retro Jane. Come out and rock your grooviest outfit, light up the place with flashing, blinking, glowing accessories. https://www.facebook.com/events/1448358925394212/
Houston Roxx is a unique festival concept combining an intimate old school block-party feel with a hip metropolitan city swag. With the City of Houston’s awesome skyline serving as the backdrop, the festival will be situated on two city blocks starting at the corner of Washington Avenue & Silver Street. In the heart of the Lower Washington Cultural Arts District located in the Historic First & Sixth Wards, festival goers are sure to be inspired as they explore the arts market, participate in an interactive art installation, or watch a Graffiti artist do their thing! Houston Roxx is a two day music & arts street festival that by day embodies the urban explosion of Houston’s art scene and by night turns into the city’s largest street party celebrating the diversity that makes the Bayou City “Forbes 2012 Coolest City”. Whether dancing in the streets as the sun sets or strolling the streets taking in the sights at the festival, a good time will be had by all! Exciting art & music, delicious food, great causes, rich history and the best people…always so many reasons the great city of Houston Roxx! Mark your calendars, tell your friends and we will see you May 4th & 5th!
Liquid Peace Revolution's first time in Lafayette with Oddfellows at the best venue in town. Come out if you like straight up Rock 'N' Roll. If you don't wish music was still like it was in the 60's and 70's, then this isn't the show for you.
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