MoogFest Adds Bernie Worrell, Pnuma Trio, Dan Deacon & More

OCTOBER 29-31 IN ASHEVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA

The countdown to MoogFest 2010, the extraordinary three-day festival that celebrates the innovative spirit of sonic pioneer Robert Moog, during Halloween weekend, Oct. 29 – 31 in downtown Asheville, NC, is officially underway! AC Entertainment has rounded out the lineup, including many special late night performances to be held at Club 828 and the Moogaplex.

Friday’s MoogFest additions include Javelin, Star Mountain, Lorn and Paper Tiger, plus the MoogFest exclusive, Dan Deacon’s Ambient Analog Moog Set. Saturday welcomes Alex B, The Volt Per Octaves w/ Special Guest Bernie Worrell, Nosaj Thing, Projek Moog w/ Brian Kehew, Pnuma Trio, Strut & Friends Perform “Check Your Head”, RBTS Win, Virtual Boy and DJ Bowie. And Sunday will now feature Dark Party, Shout Out Out Out Out, Headtronics, MartyParty, Mindelixir, THUMP, Dâm-Funk DJ Set, Gramatik, and Michael Menart.

In addition to the Red Bull Music Academy Moog Workshops and Panels (http://moogfest.com/2010/moogfest-2010/workshops/), MoogFest has announced the addition of a fine arts component to the festival weekend. SYNTH: A Group Art Show Inspired by Bob Moog is a showcase of hand made limited-edition prints inspired by Bob Moog’s legacy. Confirmed artists and more information can be found here.

MoogFest 2010 tickets are on sale now. To purchase weekend passes or single day tickets and for more information about the festival visit moogfest.com. To see the weekend schedule click here.

MoogFest supports the Bob Moog Foundation. For more information about Moog Music and its founder, Bob Moog, visit moogmusic.com.

http://www.moogfest.com

[Published on: 10/6/10]

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