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Dayglow (Life in Color), known worldwide as the “World’s Largest Paint Party”, have announced their most ambitious tour to date. With a staggering 30 dates already confirmed for the “2012 The E.N.D (Electronic Never Dies) Tour”, the epic scope of this festival is second to none.
Taking the paint party to new levels of production, technology and talent, Dayglow events are meticulously designed and produced, the refined culmination of years within the now booming electronic music industry.
Events now play host to the globes most electrifying DJ talent. Names like; Sander van Doorn, Chuckie, Alesso, R3hab, Axwell, Laidback Luke, Benny Benassi and resident Dayglow DJ David Solano have all graced the stages of Dayglow in 2012. The event itself is so exciting for festival goers that ticket sales continue to skyrocket even before the names of headliners are released.
Dayglow, along with parent company Committee Entertainment, have always been a key player in the world of dance music festivals for some 10 combined years. With over 200 sold out shows already to their credit, the enormity of accomplishments and events is unmatched. The promoters have brought the festival to an international audience as well, having showcased the Dayglow experience in Poland, Australia, Mexico, Dominican Republic, Canada and Ecuador.
And make no mistake about it this party IS an experience. Not content to rest on the tried and true methods of typical concert productions, Dayglow ramped things up by creating a truly immersive experience. Paint cannons blast party-goers (who are always encouraged to wear white) with spectacular colors, while LED screens create a symbiotic visual effect that permeates through to every last person within eye-shot. Performers interact from the stage and inside the massive crowd to further enhance the interactive experience between party goer and event. At Dayglow, the lines between talent and patron are permanently blurred.
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Flood City Music Festival is a affordable, family-friendly three day festival taking place this weekend at a riverfront park in Johnstown, PA – less than two hours from Pittsburgh.
Flood City attracts thousands of enthusiastic music fans every summer. The Johnstown Area Heritage Association is taking this annual music festival to new heights and to a place firmly in the forefront of the best regional festivals in the country. Flood City featured Grace Potter & The Nocturnals in 2009, who were named The Rolling Stone’s Best New Artist the following year. Last year featured Los Lobos and Robert Cray. Over the years, Flood City has played host to Grammy nominees and first-rate musicians including Derek Trucks, Galactic, Donna the Buffalo, and Anders Osborne. That proud tradition continues this year with the inclusion of Gregg Allman and Bettye LaVette.
The New Music Seminar has generated huge buzz as one of the new key future of music industry events to attend. The next scheduled multi-day conference is hitting LA on February 14th through 16th, 2011 (the day after the Grammys). NMS NYC sold out this summer with a hot red carpet events and tons of talent/artists involved. This upcoming LA event promises to be nothing less than stellar. The kickoff red carpet event, The After Grammy Jammy (the NMS Opening Night Party), will be held at The Music Box in Hollywood on Monday night, February 14th with the “Artist on the Verge Finals”, which selects one artist who will walk away with over $50K in promotion and marketing, Tuesday, February 15th at The Roxy.
NMS founder Tom Silverman explains;
“The New Music Seminar is the epicenter of a new movement. The NMS is the creative crucible where new ideas are hatched and new collaborations formed. The New Music Seminar is a meeting of the architects of the next music business; the creators, the investors, the technological visionaries, those for whom music is a passion that they cannot do without.”
Media partners and sponsors include: The Recording Academy, Grammy Museum, LA Weekly, Music Connection, Digital Music News, Reverbnation, KCRW, Indie 103.1, MySpace Music, Hypebot, IndiePower, Gibson, Filter Magazine, Soundexchange and a host of other new technology and traditional music and entertainment companies.
For NMS tickets please go to http://www.NewMusicSeminar.com. Register by November 26th and receive early discount price of $175. All registered delegates prior to November 26th will have a chance to win two tickets to the Grammys on Sunday, February 13th. NMS also is offering registered delegates a room rate of $169 plus tax at the Sheraton Universal Hotel, where all the networking will take place all day and night and will be the place to meet your next business partners. All registrations and reservations are available by going to http://www.NewMusicSeminar.com
Look Up Stop Texting (LUST) was started by Cat Greenleaf, a hardcore Blackberry addict, Brooklynite and host of NBC’s “Talk Stoop with Cat Greenleaf” where she interviews celebrities, musicians and newsmakers right on the front steps of her Brooklyn home. She is also a new mom who realized that her textaholic nature managed to take her attention away from her son and from the physical world overall.
Through stylish clothing and accessories, LUST’s mission is to remind us to put down our PDAs more often, and live in the actual world instead of in the virtual one. LUST isn’t saying we should NEVER text – just that adding a measure of control can add so much to our experience of being alive.
Each season, LUSTbklyn will donate a portion of it’s proceeds to a not-for-profit organization. This Fall, LUST will give to The Common Ground Foundation started and run by hip-hop artist, actor, and author Common. The Common Ground Foundation is dedicated to developing youth in underserved communities into contributing citizens and strong leaders. LUSTBKLYN is available at Spangle Jewelry in Brooklyn , Fred Segal in Santa Monica and online at www.LUSTBKLYN.com.
Join Cat Greenleaf at the LUSTbklyn New York City launch party on September 23rd at Spangle Jewelry in Brooklyn. The party will be just blocks from the famous “Talk Stoop” stoop and will feature innovative DJ Keith Shocklee (Public Enemy, Run-D.M.C.) on the decks.
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NEW YORK CITY JULY 19th – JULY 21st
About The New Music Seminar
From the co-founder and director of the original legendary New Music Seminar comes a conference for the Next Music Business. Artists have never had so much power to control their own careers and build their success. This affordable event gives artists and their representatives the knowledge, tools and connections to step into the tomorrow’s music business today. Delegates all receive the New Music Business Guidebook filled with important do’s and don’ts by the experts, tips, information, forms and essential websites and blogs. Important exhibits by sponsoring companies will help artists with their careers and there will be amazing networking opportunities throughout the event.
The conference includes five “movements” (focused discussions) over the course of two days, 8 TED-style presentations from key industry leaders, 22 mentoring sessions, nightly musical performances and ongoing networking opportunities. Additional speakers, musical performers and keynote speaker to be announced.
The Breakout/Mentoring Sessions will allow delegates to have brief one-on-one conversations with professionals from all of the various professionals in attendance during each session and get answers to their questions as it pertains to their career. Sign up for these sessions are on a first come, first serve basis when registration opens beginning Monday evening, July 19th at the NMS Opening Night Party and are limited to the first 180 delegates who sign up for each session. *Limit of one Mentoring Session per paid delegate attending NMS.
*All delegates who register to attend NMS NYC 2010 by June 29th will automatically be registered in a drawing to win a Gibson SG Guitar and receive the original NMS NYC 2009 New Music Business Guidebook free of charge while supplies last.
For more info and/or to get the NMS tickets please go to www.newmusicseminar.com.
If you’re in the Philadelphia area — you should go to the auditions for Free Energy’s video for song “Bang Pop.”
When: Tuesday, April 13th
Where: Urban Outfitters, 1627 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, PA
In addition to the casting call, everyone attending will have a chance to meet the band and receive an autographed limited edition cassette of the album and other goodies!
There are over 100 parts to cast for the video, so if you will be in Philadelphia and available from April 16-19 when the video is being shot, be sure to head down! Philadelphia radio station Radio 104.5 will be partnering to get the word out over the air waves for this event. For casting, please bring a photo ID. If you are under 18 years old and want to be in the video, you must have a parent or guardian with you.