MoogFest 2010 Adds Cee-Lo, Sleigh Bells, Mutemath, Neon Indian and Omar Souleyman

Article Contributed by Pitch Perfect PR | Published on Friday, September 3, 2010

MoogFest 2010 is undoubtedly throwing the biggest Halloween party of the year! With the already-amazing, previously announced weekend lineup, and now the killer additions of Cee-Lo, Sleigh Bells, Neon Indian, and Omar Souleyman to Sunday night, All Hallows’ Eve, plus Mutemath playing Friday, the festival just continues to surprise and delight.  AC Entertainment has made it very clear – Halloween in Asheville is the place to be.  And there’s more to come – new artists will be joining the lineup in the coming weeks, plus details about the workshops, panel discussions, exhibitions, and more will be announced soon.

MoogFest 2010, the extraordinary three-day festival, celebrating the innovative vision of sonic pioneer, Robert Moog, will take place Halloween weekend, October 29-31, in Asheville, NC. Tickets for MoogFest 2010 are on sale now. Weekend festival passes, along with tickets to each individual day, are available. To purchase tickets and for more information, visit



MoogFest 2010 Lineup:

Friday, October 29



Big Boi

Girl Talk

Panda Bear



Dan Deacon

Van Dyke Parks

Nortec Collective Presents: Bostich & Fussible

Saturn Never Sleeps (Featuring King Britt & Rucyl)

The Octopus Project


Clare & The Reasons

Saturday, October 30

Massive Attack

Thievery Corporation


Disco Biscuits


Four Tet



School of Seven Bells

Jon Hopkins


Mountain Man


Sunday, October 31


Pretty Lights

Hot Chip

Sleigh Bells


Neon Indian

Omar Souleyman


Two Fresh

DJ Spooky

About Moog Music:

Asheville is the headquarters of Moog Music, the company Bob Moog formed in 1963.  Moog’s push for continual innovation permeates the company’s culture to this day.  In 2008, they produced the groundbreaking Moog Guitar and more projects are currently in development.  2010 marks a landmark in the company’s history as the 40th anniversary of the MiniMoog, one of the most popular of the Moog synthesizers, which will certainly be a focus of the MoogFest 2010 weekend.