No guest this week but we run through some announcements, voicemails, and a story about a boy and his tent and where it should have been.
Jam Cruise 10 lineup was released, the lineup looks pretty solid. Only thing to complain about this year is there are only 2 stops scheduled. Both in cities we haven’t really heard of or understand. If you’ve got some experience with these cities leave us a comment on the blog or a voicemail as we would love feedback.
We’ve been covering a lot of the “untz” lately and this episode is no different. There were some more additions added to Camp Bisco 10. Pack your flatbrim and get ready to dance your ass off till the sunrise!
There’s a new festival with a new concept called Identity. All the details haven’t been released yet but the basic concept is a group of electronic style bands are going to get together and play venues that they normally wouldn’t be able to fill on their. So far tDB, Pretty Lights, and DJ Shadow have been announced as participants. More bands are expected as well as more details, stay tuned.
The Finger Lakes Grass Roots Festival has been announced. This festival has been going on for over 20 years, TWoL recommends checking it out if you can. Don’t forget to leave us a lot report if you do!
Finally we get around to the story about a boy, his tent, and a pile of wook vomit. Unfortunately it happened to TWoLs’ very own Steve this last weekend at the Jibberjazz festival. The festival was great, but the wookery was not. Better luck next time Steve!
As always we go through all the voicemails we receive, thank you to all that left us one! The number to the voicemail box is 419-NO-WOOKS make sure to hit us up if you see any live music or if you’re just bored and wanna vent.
Last but not least we have a poll running right now, make sure to leave your vote on how you did with Phish leg 2 onsale. You can either click this link to get to the poll or scroll down in your browser.
Thank you everyone for your support, we’ll see you next week on lot!
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