Main Fest Music Festival will kick off for the first time and debut with performances by Capital Cities, Miami Horror, !!! (Chk Chk Chk)
On Saturday, September 10, 2016, a new festival will rock the 6-2-6! The City of Alhambra, known as the gateway to the San Gabriel Valley, will host Main Fest Music Festival, a one day, all ages, ticketed event featuring performances by Capital Cities, Miami Horror, !!! (Chk Chk Chk), new editions include local favorites Nite-Funk, Dead Sara,Thee Commons and Swimm.
The festival will take place over three blocks of the City’s Main Street, from Garfield Avenue to 2nd Street. In addition to the concert, attendees will enjoy beer garden, food trucks, boutique vendors, and a variety of Downtown Alhambra’s best restaurants.
The festival is presented by Alt 98.7 FM and Downtown Alhambra Business Association, and produced by QueenVee Entertainment and Spaceland Presents. For more information, including sponsorship opportunities and vendor inquires, please visit www.mainfestalhambra.com.
Tickets for this all-ages event are on sale via Ticketfly for $25.00 to $60.00 each plus service fees.
BUY TICKETS: September 10th: Capital Cities, Miami Horror, and !!! at MainFest Alhambra.
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Photo by Bliss Katherine
“You can’t deny that this band pens blistering psych-rock tunes.” – MTV Hive
Swimm is the swirling and whirling combination of Chris Hess’s guitar, keyboard and voice and Adam Winn’s drums and harmonica; Formerly of Le Blorr, this duo is bringing a fresh sound to their art as Swimm with their debut Feel EP to be released on April 23rd.
Feel EP starts out riding high on a psychedelic wave of rock ‘n roll distortion with the record’s first single “Too Old” which you can listen and download below.
Listen/download: Swimm – “Too Old”
Swimm has manifested a shoegaze-influenced sound on Feel EP that also contains acoustic, gauzy tracks with an intimacy that will draw you in like “Darkness of Love”, as well as breezy, danceable songs like “Feels”.
“I think we are into music that stretches in different directions,” singer Chris Hess explained. “We love float-y feeling dance music as much as we like psychedelic rock.”
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