On December 28th, DFW NORML is hosting it's December meeting along with our second annual "CHRONICA 2013" celebration! Last year our holiday party brought out nearly 400 Texans and this year we're going even bigger! Join us at Club Dada for our end of the year, holiday celebration and let's give thanks for the progress we've made this year in the fight to #legalizeTexas. As always, you can count on the best live music in DFW, along with glassblowing and live art demonstrations, raffle prizes, drink specials and even more that we'll announce as the date draws near. * * * * * * * * * * CONFIRMED PERFORMERS FOR CHRONICA 2013: The Effinays - Funk / Reggae / Rock http://www.reverbnation.com/theeffinays Loyal Sally - Rock / Folk http://www.reverbnation.com/loyalsally Sally Majestic - Rock / Surf http://www.reverbnation.com/sallymajestic The Boxer's Brain - Hip Hop / Rock http://www.reverbnation.com/theboxersbrain Panic Volcanic - Rock / Garage Rock http://www.reverbnation.com/PanicVolcanic Dielex Kemposed - Hip Hop http://www.reverbnation.com/dielexkemposed LooseTemper - Hip Hop http://www.reverbnation.com/loosetemper Soniq Mystic - R&B / Soul http://www.reverbnation.com/mysticmusic * * * * * * * * * * Featuring a Live Art demonstration by Todd Bott https://www.facebook.com/ToddWorldArt And glassblowing by Glassblowers Anonymous https://www.facebook.com/GlassblowersAnonymous * * * * * * * * * * PRICING INFORMATION FOR CHRONICA 2013: All tickets available at the door only. General Admission - The first 50 people in the door will receive a free General Admission wristband, good for the main stage area only. Current members of DFW NORML pay $5 for General Admission and non-members pay $10. This wristband does not include access to the VIP area. Not sure if your membership will still be current by 12/30? Email firstname.lastname@example.org to find out. VIP Admission - For the first time at a DFW NORML event, we will be offering a VIP wristband for $25, which gets you access to both the General Admission and VIP areas of the event. You'll also receive one free plate of food from Meaty Cut BBQ with your VIP wristband and the first 50 VIP wristbands sold also include a limited edition swag bag! For an additional $5 (or $30 total) you can add a 1 year DFW NORML membership to your VIP wristband, saving yourself $10 off our new membership cost. RSVP and invite your buds today for a chance at a free one year membership to DFW NORML and free entry to #chronica2013 for you and a friend. * * * * * * * * * * CHRONICA 2013 IS SPONSORED BY: - Hempy's Emporium - Ghostlight Concerts - Right Round Productions - Attorneys Busch Ruotolo & Simpson, LLP - Glassblowers Anonymous - Tarrant County Libertarian Party - iamshaun.com - Hass Productions - Stealth Products - Magic-Flight Launch Box - Modified Models - Grow Your Own - Habits SmokeShop - Meaty Cut BBQ - LakeNormanBill.com - J$MONEY Productions - Legalize Pot Belly Pigs Co - Boxcar Graffiti Photography - J. Finney Photography - Doobi.us
Health Fair/HIV Awareness Day. Health screenings, vendors. Free HIV testing. I will be one of the featured performers.
"Monday Nite Vybze" Reggae, Old School, Hip Hop, Live Performances
L.B.E. Presents The "Blaze 2" Concert Series featuring Soniq Mystic, VinRock, DSwan , DJ Lord Buck & Pluto!
Sharing the stager with June Starr, Mistro & I_one affiliates, plus more guests!
Bio: Born and Bred in in the city of Forth Worth, Soniq Mystic is a singer/songwriter who considers his sound and vibe to be Cosmic Hippie Soul, high vibrations, good sensation and sonic exploration. His approach to a song is one of a builder and designer. Startig with a good foundation of strong and ...See Full Bio
“The kreative Young millionaire News Blog got an opportunity to interview an up and coming singer based in Fort Worth, Texas. The artist goes by the name, Soniq Mystic. Check out the artist’s work after reading the interview and support Soniq Mystic’s musical initiative. What do you think about the current state of music and how will you change it as an artist? As far as music goes, I think it’s a great time. You have so many genres, sounds, so many formats to get these genres heard and exposed. The music business I believe it is not as lucrative as it once was in the industry. Newer artists have to sign 360 deals mainly due to declining record sales in the last decade or so. No one sells 6, 9, 10 million copies of a project anymore so the big business machine has to make more money off of merchandise, touring, etc. How I will change the current state? I have never thought of myself as a transformative artist as far as the state of music goes. On a more personal lev”