Hangtown Halloween Ball Announces 2nd Wave Lineup

Article Contributed by Tsunami Publicity | Published on Tuesday, July 15, 2014

Railroad Earth's 4th annual Hangtown Halloween Ball announces their second wave of the lineup including moe., Brothers Comatose, Dead Winter Carpenters, New Monsoon, Scott Pemberton, Mountain Standard Time, Mark Sexton Band and new to this years lineup; Railroad Earth's Hangtown Allstars super-jam. Exciting additions to an already incredible festival lineup that also features Railroad Earth, The Meter Men, ALO, The Motet along with Robert Walter's 20th Congress. The extravaganza will kick off on Friday, October 24th through Sunday, October 27th at the gateway of the Sierra Nevada's in beautiful Placerville, CA.What better way to celebrate the Halloween tradition than with friends at a vibrant live music and arts festival?Celebrated for hosting top-notch local arts and crafts, locally brewed beers and some of the best camping this side of the High Sierras, Hangtown Halloween Ball features plenty of room for music lovers to stretch out and enjoy the holiday surrounded by friends old and new. Located in a dream festival setting, this year’s event takes place the weekend before Halloween, allowing attendees to ramp up to their usual Halloween romp.  For those that wish to get costumed and a little wild under the Harvest moon, the festival site features shaded camping, running water and hot showers for festival patrons to clean up after a night of Masquerade.With featured performances on two stages, late night music and roving performances with Allie Kral, Jeff Austin and Danny Barnes the festival is known for providing the perfect atmosphere for late night jams and improvisational music of all kinds. Festival programming will also feature costume contests, pumpkin carving and the kind of Halloween-time ambiance that encourages dancing the night away under the stars.Stay tuned to the official event website at www.hangtownhalloween.com for more information. 3-Day passes and VIP Supernatural Experience packages are available now.