Indie rock is obtaining Frantic in Atlantic Town.
The inaugural Frantic Town new music festival, which has roots in Asbury Park, will take place Sept. 24 at the new Orange Loop Amphitheater in Atlantic City.
Snail Mail, Yo La Tengo, Murder Town Devils, Shannon and the Clams, Superchunk, Raveonettes, Rocket from the Crypt, Samiam, Titus Andronicus, Car Seat Headrest, Protomartyr and Manage Best will enjoy, and Fred Armisen will host. The day will attribute regional vendors, “top-notch meals solutions for all diet programs,” and a merch concierge.
Tickets, the price tag of which has not been produced, go on sale Friday, April 15, through franticcitynj.com. The fest is presented by Orange Loop Amphitheater, HoldFast Records of Asbury Park, and Todd Abramson, previous owner of Maxwell’s in Hoboken.
“I consider that Frantic Metropolis is going to be a definitely great experience for followers,” claimed Abramson in a statement. “Obviously, it begins with the stellar lineup, but outside of that I believe we are aiming to make it incredibly comfy — and we are also becoming quite thoughtful when it comes to the audience’s wants in phrases of food items and tradition.”
Pat Fasano, the owner of Bourre in Atlantic City, who also owns the Bond Street Intricate in Asbury Park, approached Abramson and Joe Koukos of Holdfast Records about building the pageant.
We were being “asked if we would build a thing that we considered would represent and showcase what Atlantic City has to present,” mentioned Koukos in a statement. “As someone who worked in venues in Asbury Park, I saw a large amount of comparisons and it genuinely made me want to be a aspect of the revitalization of Atlantic Metropolis.”
The Orange Loop Rock Festival, that includes Stone Temple Pilots, Chevelle, Hoobastank, Puddle of Mudd, Hinder, Treach of Naughty by Character and a lot more, can take position June 10 to 12. Tickets are offered by means of www.orangelooprockfest.com.
Frantic Metropolis usually takes place a week soon after the Sea Listen to Now songs pageant in Asbury Park. Environmentally friendly Working day and Stevie Nicks are the headliners Sept. 17 and 18. Tickets are readily available via www.seahearnowfestival.com.
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