MICHIGAN MUSIC GATHERING INCLUDES
BOOMBOX, BIG GIGANTIC, RASPUTINA AND LOTS OF LOCAL TALENT
The Land Of NOD Experiment will take place July 23-25, 2010 in Jackson, Michigan with headliners of Montreal, Eagles of Death Metal, Tokyo Police Club, Trombone Shorty and Orleans Ave. and underground legend Dr. Octagon.
| Eagles of Death Metal by Kii Aren|
This intimate festival has a capacity of 8,000 people in a secluded, oak tree rich beautiful landscape. "We really wanted to choose a central location in a great community. Jackson ended up being the perfect choice," says Dan Sheridan, one of a pair of producers.
More than 70 bands will be taking the stage at Land of NOD. Besides the headliners, confirmed acts, including many Detroit and Michigan local acts, include:
The Satin Peaches
My Dear Disco
Ed Rush and Optical
D.J. Proppa Bear
If i were the sun
God and the Architects
See the full line-up here.
In addition to the music performances, theatrical, Americana, and multidisciplinary art forms will be taking center stage in the Fringe Forest. This remote area will feature artists from around the nation. Chicago's Environmental Encroachment and California's fire troupe Sirena Serpentina are just some of the performers that will lend their talents to the Fringe Forest.
Sheridan (NOOMOON) along with fellow Michigan resident Jason Reed (Dark Course), who have 32 years of combined experience in event production, look forward to bringing the spotlight back to Michigan in terms of art and music. "This event is for Michigan and its great people, artists, and supporters," says Reed. "We look forward to producing an annual event to increase awareness and tourism to the state."
Ticket packages include:
- WEEKEND PASS starting at $69
- WEEKEND CAMPING PASS starting at $89
- VIP WEEKEND PASS starting at $250
There will also be RV Camping packages as well as Family and Accessible Camping. There are a very limited number of Early Bird-priced tickets and Vehicle Camping Packages. Tickets can be purchased through TicketFly at Land of NOD Experiment website.