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Praia Urbana Houston 27 featuring Chus + Ceballos & Julius Papp – June 15, 2013 at 2 PM

Praia Urbana is proud to present Praia Urbana Houston 27 featuring Chus + Ceballos & Julius Papp

Chus + Ceballos in Action.

Praia Urbana is Houston’s all day outdoor electronic music festival that begins at 2pm.

With support from:

Alex Clavijo (Praia Urbana | Bush | King Street | Nightshade Music)
Listen to Alex in the mix!

Steven Towers (Praia Urbana | Soular Grooves KPFT 90.1 FM)

Bobby Blyss (Praia Urbana | La Pista)

Derek Howell (Bedrock | Global Underground | masterluxco.com)

JD Arnold (The Eagle | Dirty Disco)

Bjorn Larsen (Reverse | Nightshade Music)

White People – DJ Ambition & MDA (Sine Entertainment | Department of Dance)

Time to create some more magical moments out in the sand and on our MASSIVE Urbana street stage. The world traveling DJs we’ve booked will definitely give this show the international flavor Praia Urbana is known for…

Praia Urbana begins at 2pm and ends at 11pm. The talent line-up consists of some of Texas’ finest local DJs alongside international DJs and producers. The Last Concert Cafe, has a full service restaurant and large patio complete with sand and palm trees, creating an outdoor oasis perfect for a great all day outdoor event. There will also be plenty of frozen drinks and food being served.

Remember, the best time to be at the party is during the day, so be sure to get there early to enjoy all the DJs and all the fun in the sun.
Once again this will be a Block Party with the improved Urbana street stage.

This time we are bringing the biggest international talent we have booked to date! Get ready!!

WHO’S PLAYING COACHELLA 2012? -2012 COACHELLA FESTIVAL DATES & FULL LINE UP

2012 LINEUP COACHELLA VALLEY MUSIC AND ARTS FESTIVAL

MUSIC T-SHIRTS

Full Line Up Via BrooklynVegan

Friday April 13 and 20, 2012
The Black Keys
Swedish House Mafia
Pulp
Refused
Arctic Monkeys
Mazzy Star
Afrojack
Explosions in the Sky
M83
Amon Tobin
Cat Power
Madness
Jimmy Cliff
Tim Armstrong
Girls
Rapture
Madeon
M. Ward
Horrors
Frank Ocean
James Alesso
Sebastien
Yuck
Neon Indian
Dawes
Black Angels
Deathgrips
Wu Lyf
Breakbot
Atari Teenage Riot
Feed Me
Givers
Other Lives
Band of Skulls
R3hab
Wolfgang
Midnight Beast
EMA
Ximena Sarinana
Kendrick Lamar
The Dear Hunter
Honeyhoney
Hello Seahorse!
Sheepdogs
LA Riots

Saturday, April 14 and 21, 2012
Radiohead
Bon Iver
The Shins
David Guetta
Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds
Kaskade
Miike Snow
Jeff Mangum
Sebastian Ingrosso
Andrew Bird
Feist
Firehose
Godspeed You! Black Emperor
St. Vincent
Martin Solveig
Subfocus
Sbtrkt
Flying Lotus
Manchester Orchestra
Kasabian
AWOL Nation
Azealia Banks
Squeeze
A$AP Rocky
Buzzcocks
Kaiser Chiefs
Destroyer
The Head and the Heart
Laura Marling
Tuneyards
Grace Potter and the Nocturnals
Black Lips
The Big Pink
Childish Gambino
The Vaccines
Zed’s Dead
Grouplove
Jacques Lu Cont
We Were Promised Jetpacks
Gary Clark Jr.
Borgore
Dragonette
We Are Augustines
Mt. Eden
Destructo
Suedehead
Keep Shelley in Athens
Pure Filth Sound

SUNDAY, April 15 and 22, 2012
Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg
At the Drive-In
Justice
Florence and the Machine
AVICII
La Roux
Beirut
The Weeknd
Girl Talk
The Hives
DJ Shadow
Calvin Harris
Nero
Wild Flag
Modeselektor
Dada Life
Porter Robinson
Santigold
Flux Pavilion
Dr. P
Gotye
Seun Keti
Egypt 80
Beats Antique
Fitz and the Tantrums
Araabmuzik
Company Flow
Real Estate
Zed
Le Bucherettes
Greg Ginn
The Growlers
Noisia
Morgan Page
Gaslamp Killer
First Aid Kit
Oberhofer
Lissie
Thundercat
Metronomy
Wild Beasts
Housse de Racket
Fanfarlo
Spector
Gardens & Villa
Airplane Boys
Sleeper Agent

2012 LINEUP COACHELLA VALLEY MUSIC AND ARTS FESTIVAL – April 13-15 and April 20-22

2012 LINEUP COACHELLA VALLEY MUSIC AND ARTS FESTIVAL  ANNOUNCED.
Festival passes on sale Friday, January 13th at 10am PST.  at http://www.coachella.com.

music t-shirts

Now a two weekend music festival, Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival on April 13-15 and April 20-22.will feature:

Black Keys, Radiohead, Shins, Snoop Dogg, the Swedish House Mafia, Kaskade, At The Drive In, Pulp, Refused, Mike, fIREHOSE, Dr. Dre, Bon Iver, Jimmy Cliff and many others. (See concert poster below).

Via LATimesBlog, Coachella concert promoter Goldenvoice’s  Paul Tollett, said the expansion into two weekends was in reaction to the increased demand for tickets.

“We wanted to create access for as many people as possible,” said Tollett.

“The thought of this selling out super quick, and the only people who get to go are the people who bought the first minute or bought tickets for more than they sold for, that didn’t seem great to us,” he said. “We didn’t want to go with more people and ruin the experience. We can’t add a midnight show, and we didn’t want to add another city or raise the ticket price. So we decided to add another weekend.” Tickets are price at $269 per weekend with the same artists performing each each weekend.

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Coachella Music Festival 2012 Performers Line Up

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Thanks NightCulture, Thanks Insomniac Sessions, More SXSW Dance Music Shows in Austin Texas

Just received an email from our music friends at NightCulture.com about more SXSW Dance Music Shows. Yeah!
Thanks Lindsey, Surain, and Mike The NightCulture.com Team

Wednesday – March 16

REPUBLIC LIVE
Sasha
Allen Tagle
Jason Jenkins

http://fla.vor.us/187720-Insomniac-Sessions-Sasha-tickets/Insomniac-Sessions-Sasha-Austin-Republic-Live-March-16-2011.html

FIREHOUSE
Skream
Ana Sia
Pharo
Psymbionic

http://fla.vor.us/187961-Insomniac-Sessions-Skream-tickets/Insomniac-Sessions-Skream-Austin-The-Firehouse-Lounge-March-16-2011.html

Insomniac Sessions Latenight
TBA

3:00 AM-6:00 AM
@ Republic Live

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Thursday – March 17

REPUBLIC LIVE

BASSRUSH w/
Datsik
Dirtyphonics (Live)
Reso
Reid Speed
Shiftee
Bare
Mad Classy

http://fla.vor.us/186399-Insomniac-Sessions-Bassrush-tickets/Insomniac-Sessions-Bassrush-Austin-Republic-Live-March-17-2011.html

FIREHOUSE
Beardyman
Charles Feelgood
Christian B

http://fla.vor.us/187721-Insomniac-Sessions-Beardyman-tickets/Insomniac-Sessions-Beardyman-Austin-The-Firehouse-Lounge-March-17-2011.html

CHEER UP CHARLIES
MOBY’S VEGAN BBQ(Noon – 7:00pm) w/

STAGE 1 (DJs)
12.00-1.00 Franki Chan
1.00-2.00 Chateau Marmont
2.00-3.00 RAC djs
3.00-4.00 Egyptrixx
4.00-5.00 Database
5.00-6.00 Skrillex
6.00-7.00 Moby

STAGE 2 (Bands)
12.00-1.00 James Yuill
1.00-2.00 Home Video
2.00-3.00 Class Actress
3.00-3.45 Jeffrey Jerusalem
3.45-4.15 Teen Daze
4.15-5.00 The Glass
5.00-6.00 French Horn Rebellion

Insomniac Sessions Latenight
TBA

3:00 AM-6:00 AM
@ Republic Live

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Friday – March 18

REPUBLIC LIVE
Kaskade
Christoph Andersson
Toddy B

http://fla.vor.us/186400-Insomniac-Sessions-Kaskade-tickets/Insomniac-Sessions-Kaskade-Austin-Republic-Live-March-18-2011.html

FIREHOUSE
Nosaj Thing
Jamie xx (late night)
Brenmar
Brede

http://fla.vor.us/187722-Insomniac-SessionsNosaj-Thing-tickets/Insomniac-SessionsNosaj-Thing-Austin-The-Firehouse-Lounge-March-18-2011.html

Insomniac Sessions Latenight
Insomniac, AM Only & Dipdive presents……
The Blackberry Recharge Zone

http://fla.vor.us/189091-The-Blackberry-Recharge-Zone-tickets/The-Blackberry-Recharge-Zone-Austin-Republic-Live-March-18-2011.html

Featuring sets by:

Skrillex
AC Slater & Kill The Noise
Auto Body

3:00 AM-6:00 AM
@ Republic Live

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Saturday – March 19

REPUBLIC LIVE

http://fla.vor.us/186404-Insomniac-Sessions-Moby-tickets/Insomniac-Sessions-Moby-Austin-Republic-Live-March-19-2011.html

Destroyed featuring

Moby dj set (late night)
Junkie XL
Le Castle Vania (late night)
Zeds Dead
RAC djs
Ocelot (early set)
PUNCHES (early set)

Early Show @ 6pm featuring
Gun Selectah
Chico Mann
Peligrosa djs

FIREHOUSE
TBA

Insomniac Sessions Latenight
TBA

3:00 AM-6:00 AM
@ Republic Live

AND Zed’s Dead, newly added to the Republic Live lineup!

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Sunday – March 20

REPUBLIC LIVE
DIM MAK PARTY W/
Steve Aoki
SonicC
Autoerotique
Felix Cartal
Mustard Pimp
Rob Roy
PeaceTreaty

http://fla.vor.us/186407-Insomniac-Sessions-DIM-MAK-tickets/Insomniac-Sessions-DIM-MAK-Austin-Republic-Live-March-20-2011.html

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Ages: 18+
Doors: 9pm

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Regular, VIP, and Insomniac Sessions wristbands @
www.groovetickets.com

More shows and afterhours TBA soon.

Your Insomniac wristband will get you into all the venues….very limited price >>>>>$60

Insomniac Sessions wristbands will be available to pick up at the
Spectacle Sunglasses location at 2110 S. Lamar Blvd. F, Austin, TX 78704
on Wednesday March 16 & Thursday March 17th between 11am & 7pm. If you
are unable to pick up your wristband at Spectacle Sunglasses on those
days, during those hours, it can be picked up at Republic Live starting
March 16 between 9pm & 2am.

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Tickets ava at
www.groovetickets.com

Republic Live
301 W 5th st Ste 100

Firehouse
605 Brazos Street

Cheer Up Charlies
1104 East 6th Street

10 Electronic Dance Music Acts to Catch at SXSW by Taryn Haight

ENJOYMUSIC ENJOYLIFE MUSIC T- SHIRTS & CLOTHING IS GOING TO SXSW IN AUSTIN, TX.

We are glad Taryn points outs some cool dance music shows to check out – in addition to the over 2000 indie bands performing.

By Taryn Haight

With Miami festivals WMC and Ultra hogging the electronic music scene this month, Austin isn’t exactly the first place you’d target for a deejayed dance party that can press on til sunrise. It’s a thick scene for the indie rock bands and raspy guitar-strumming folk singers, but nestled between them — in the time separating dinner from breakfast — the DJs, and those hungry to hear them, turn to the tables. Here, the talent known by blogs and Beatport charts, or the talent that has yet to be discovered, serves up everything from booty bass to hyped-up electro, even creating new genres in the musical breeding ground of SXSW.

Leading up to a festival known for showcasing some of the best of the unknowns, there’s a certain buzz already upping the anticipation for DJ sets throughout the week. I’ve had my eyes and ears seduced by a few unique-sounding electronic artists online, but what I’m really seeking are the scratch action heroes who can render my feet useless in the AM. The blogs may all boast the Ableton skills of some teenager cranking out mixes from his basement, but if he can’t close out a party at Barcelona with the staff scrubbing scuff marks off the floor, his hyped-up skills might just get stuck somewhere in the suburbs.

On a less sardonic note, there are those guys I’ve heard raves (no pun intended) about whose sets I’m banking on being wow-ed by. They’ve already caught my attention online, and with the right crowd in attendance and the right dance-inducing set on the lineup, they could easily launch from a B-side cameo or a heavy buzz to a full-blown electronic epidemic.

Baths

Maybe I was just snoozing on this guy for a while, or maybe he likes to surf beneath the radar, or maybe it just took an Austin music festival to bring us together from opposite coasts. I first heard of Baths through working with YAK Films, who have featured a couple of his songs in their videos. I’ve seen the name elsewhere — on music festival lineups or opening for the Cold War Kids at Radio City Music Hall — other places than between the words “Bed” and “Beyond.” The music is mesmerizing, tangible and sometimes uneasy, but every track has the ability to make me feel something.

03/16 – Anticon SXSW Showcase @ The Mohawk
03/16 – Impose Mag SXSW Showcase @ Longbranch Inn
03/16 – Austin Pets Alive! Benefit SXSW Showcase @ Epoch Coffee
03/17 – Prefix Day Party @ ND@501 Studios

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2011 Bonnaroo Line Up – Art And Music Festival

Bonnaroo Art & Music Festival 2011 Line Up: June 9-12, 2000 – Manchester, Tennessee.

Eminem
Arcade Fire
Widespread Panic
The Black Keys
Buffalo Springfield featuring Richie Furay, Stephen Stills, Neil Young, Rick Rosas, Joe Vitale
My Morning Jacket
Lil Wayne
String Cheese Incident
Robert Plant & Band Of Joy
Mumford & Sons
The Strokes
The Decemberists
Ray LaMontagne
Bassnectar
Iron & Wine
Girl Talk
Primus
Dr. John and The Original Meters performing Desitively Bonnaroo
Alison Krauss & Union Station
Pretty Lights
Florence And The Machine
SuperJam with Dan Auerbach and Dr. John
Explosions In The Sky
STS9
Gogol Bordello
Beirut
Big Boi
Scissor Sisters
Gregg Allman
Ratatat
Global Gypsy Punk Revue curated by Eugene Hütz
Robyn
Warren Haynes Band
Deerhunter
Opeth
Atmosphere
Old Crow Medicine Show
Bootsy Collins & The Funk University
Wiz Khalifa
Matt & Kim
Grace Potter & The Nocturnals
The Del McCoury Band & The Preservation Hall Jazz Band
Mavis Staples
Béla Fleck And The Flecktones
Chiddy Bang
Jovanotti
Bruce Hornsby
Loretta Lynn
Cold War Kids
The Walkmen
Wanda Jackson
Neon Trees
Portugal. The Man
Sleigh Bells
Amos Lee
Best Coast
Dãm-Funk & Master Blazter
The Sword
The Drums
The Black Angels
School Of Seven Bells
J. Cole
Nicole Atkins & The Black Sea
Wavves
!!!
Junip
Freelance Whales
Justin Townes Earle
Ryan Bingham & The Dead Horses
Deer Tick
Band of Skulls
Sharon Van Etten
Abigail Washburn
Omar Souleyman
Twin Shadow
Kylesa
Man Man
The Low Anthem
Alberta Cross
Railroad Earth
Jessica Lea Mayfield
Smith Westerns
The Head And The Heart
Karen Elson
Beats Antique
22-20s
Phosphorescent
Clare Maguire
Hayes Carll

The Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival is a four-day, multi-stage camping festival held on a beautiful 700-acre farm in Manchester, Tennessee every June. Bonnaroo brings together some of the best performers in rock and roll, along with dozens of artists in complementary styles such as jazz, Americana, hip-hop, electronica, and just about any contemporary music you can think of. In addition to dozens of epic performances, the festival’s 100-acre entertainment village buzzes around the clock with attractions and activities including a classic arcade, on-site cinema, silent disco, comedy club, theater performers, a beer festival, and a music technology village. For its peaceful vibe, near-flawless logistics, and unrivaled entertainment options, Rolling Stone magazine named this revolutionary entertainment experience one of the 50 moments that changed the history of rock and roll.