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BYOB Fest is back for our fourth year! August 7th & 8th 2015 Two days and two nights of live music brought to you by the passion of local musicians. This will be our biggest festival yet so do not miss out! 100 early bird tickets for $15 a piece. After those 100 tickets are gone general admission tickets will be $25. Pre Sale Tickets are now available online at BYOBMusicFest.Bandcamp.com Of the pre sale tickets, If we sell 50 tickets before the cutoff date we will donate 10% of the proceeds to Channel One Food bank. If we sell 75 tickets we will donate 25% and if we sell all of them we will donate 35%. On top of this we aim to put out collection barrels to gather additional food donations for channel One BANDS TO BE ANNOUNCED SOON Free Camping! Live Folk, Rock, Blues, Jam Bands and Rap Follow @BYOBFest on Twitter! #BYOB2015 #BYOBfest We are still looking for voulenteer staff. Staff perks include major ticket discount and access to all the behind the scenes action. Email BYOBMusicFestival@Gmail.com for informationTickets Save
Josh "Shua" Felling
Sounds Like: Flaming Lips, Pink Floyd, Modest Mouse, Led Zeppelin Official, MGMT
Bio: Dead Larry’s powerful blend of high energy rock, dance and funk shakes the foundation of modern music. From rock driven sea shanties to pulsating dance beats. From Beatle-esque harmonies to spine chilling screams. From shake-yo-booty funk jams to orchestral themes of space and time travel. Dead L...See Full Bio
We are number 7 on the ReverbNation Rock charts for Minneapolis, MN! www.reverbnation.com/deadlarrymusic
“Dead Larry may not have made it to space but this band of funky friends definitely is going places. The Iowa City natives, fresh off a relocation to Minneapolis, released their fourth CD, “Never Made it to Space,” on March 1 and embarked on a nine-state tour that brings them back home Friday. “This is our biggest and longest tour that we’ve ever been on and it’s very exciting,” says Joe Scarpellino, bass and vocals. “We’re very happy to be at a point where we can do th is.” ... The group’s collection of five infectious tunes was recorded during December and January at The Terrarium, a Minneapolis recording studio with a client list that includes Prince, Beck and Pink. Scarpellino says the songs were designed to be played on the radio....”