While I know we’re all still really bummed that Sound on Sound was cancelled, the folks at the fest with Margin Walker have worked really hard to rearrange the shows for you. Today they’ve put up the announcement; you can buy tickets from individual venues, or from Sound on Sound. Tickets are now on sale to folks who bought tickets to the original fest, but if you didn’t, don’t worry…you’ll get your chance Wednesday at 8 AM. I’m stoked to see the Grizzly Bear at ACL Live…but curious as to where Growl ends up?
Buy tickets HERE or from your favorite venue.
They’ve given us a solid lineup. They’ve promised improved parking and lighting. They’re bringing in more transportation. And now, Sound on Sound has revealed their daily lineup schedule, in case you’re only able to have the time of your life for one day! Personally, I’d advise going early on Sunday so you can catch Growl, but hey, that’s just me. I think the headliners each night alone are worthy of your attendance. We enjoyed ourselves immensely last year, and we’re hoping we’ll run into you this year!
Grab single day tickets HERE.
Yesterday, you got to hear RayRay’s thoughts on the festival, with his Friday highlights. Today, you’ll get me talking about my Saturday highlights, along with a few thoughts on the festival as a whole. It’s interesting to look back on it with the perspective of the last few days occurrences, so if it seems a touch idealistic…so be it.
Next Friday Sound on Sound Fest kicks off what we hope will be an annual event. We threw out some interviews to start previewing the bands that will be gracing the stage, and we’re here with one from Tiny Moving Parts. The band has several albums under their belt, and a lot of praise has been going to this year’s release, Celebrate. Check out what Dylan had to say when we caught up with him. You can stream the new record below too! Thanks to Talia for setting this up.