As most of you can imagine, life for a touring band is never easy. From late nights to creative fights, there's a reason why only so many bands withstand the challenges of being on the road whilst maintaining a personal sense of freedom. We, Papadosio, created the Rootwire Music & Arts Festival in an attempt to paint on our own canvas.
After a busy December that saw the band performing ocean side at Mayan Holidaze in Mexico for the first time, hosting their second annual winter solstice event, the Earth Night Celebration, and celebrating a fantastic New Year’s run across the Mid-Atlantic, Papadosio announces their first tour of 2014.Following performances at the AURA Music Festival in Florida and an international jaunt to the Envision Festival in Costa Rica, Papadosio starts a nationwide tour in New Orleans as it winds its way across the Southwest, Rocky Mountains, P
Who: Papadosio (two nights), EOTO, Keller Williams, Cosby Sweater w/ Joel Cummins, Up Until Now, Grammy-winning artist Chris Berry and Abou Diarrassouba, Larry Keel & Natural Bridge, EarthCry, Rumpke Mountain Boys, David Gans, Any Colour (Pink Floyd tribute featuring laser lighting experience) and 40+ bands coming soon! One new act will be announced each day until New Year’s Eve, so be sure to check out the complete, growing list at www.bigeventspresents.comWhat: Hoopla in the Hills
Wrapping up another great year for the band, Papadosio announces today their New Year’s run tour culminating with two nights including the NYE show at the Baltimore Soundstage. 2013’s final run of shows will also happen in Richmond, Norfolk, and Wilmington, NC before ringing in 2014 in Baltimore on December 30 and 31.
On December 21, 2012, a monumental convergence of like-minded individuals from across nations and borders was born. Caught in the midst of prophecies from across cultures concerning the 'end of time', people across the Earth asked important questions about who we are as a people and where we are going. While some anticipated catastrophe, others attempted collective activation into a new paradigm that would shift the ways in which we spend on our time on this planet.
Vibrant splashes of neon color filled the rolling hills of Wisconsin the weekend of August 9th-11th, as fans from all around the Midwest came to celebrate the second annual Summer Set Music Festival. Packing the place with an average of 15,000 attendees per day, slightly up from last year’s average, the festival maintained a substantial crowd throughout the day and into the night’s major acts.
Jersey Shore Music Festival is pleased to announce the daily music schedule for its inaugural festival taking place Saturday, July 20, 2013 at BlueClaws Stadium in Lakewood, NJ. Attendees will be treated to a full day of music featuring national and regional talent on 6 stages as well as food and artisanal crafts from over 200 vendors representing the unique Jersey Shore flavor and style. The festival aims to bolster the local music and arts scene while celebrating the diversity and merit of the Jersey Shore community.