The RedGorilla Music Fest has announced its schedule including: Dot Dot Dot, Nappy Roots, K.Flay, Robert Fortune Band, Thee Attacks, The Cringe, Lovebettie, Air Dubai, Kyle Lucas (Vonnegutt), Griffin House, Andy Davis, The Hollywood Kills, Hank & Cupcakes, Taddy Porter, Jeffrey David, Eric White, Seis Pistos, Hydra Melody, The Black Cadillacs, The Material, Larry g(EE), The Weekend Hustler, The Kicks, Old Southern Moonshine Revival, The Hollows, Paris Luna, Tommy & the High Pilots, Via Coma, The James Douglas Show, WhySoWhite, Goodbye June, Shiny Darkly, Brighton MA, Grown Up Avenger Stuff and more.
THE 2013 REDGORILLA MUSIC FEST – ANNOUNCES SCHEDULE
No RSVP, Badge or Wristband Required, Every Show Is Free
There will be many updates and additions in the coming week, so be sure to visit RedGorilla to stay up-to-date. This year’s RedGorilla Music Fest will be held from Tuesday, March 12th through Saturday, March 16th in venues on 6th Street in Austin Texas.
Over the years, some of the hottest established and up-and-coming acts in the world have been showcased by RedGorilla Music Fest. As a result, RedGorilla has received international media attention and a reputation for being the showcase for new music. Showcasing acts have included: Kopecky Family Band, Andrew WK, Ryan Bingham, Cage The Elephant, Tom Cochrane, Continental Feat. Rick Barton of The Dropkick Murphys, Colt Ford, Neon Hitch, The Gallery, Sam Sparro, Breathe Electric and The Dollyrots.
The festival aunched ten years ago as the DreamScapers Artist Showcase and grew each year under that name. In 2007, the showcase was rebranded as RedGorilla Music Fest, and over 200 artists participated in shows. The next year RedGorilla hosted 300 bands, solo artists, and DJs and expanded the event to eight stages. The 2009, 2010, and 2011 festivals boasted over 500 artists on 11 stages, and the mission remains the same: To promote up-and-coming independent music in all genres and help independent artists further their careers. “Everyone’s a VIP at RedGorilla,” says RedGorilla co-founder, Brian Waymire. “When you step in to a RedGorilla show we want it to be a discovery point for new artists that otherwise might not have an opportunity to showcase.”
The festival has been a huge success and continues to uphold its reputation as the cool, rebel showcase that caters to talented artists from all parts of the world. RedGorilla offers performance slots to bands, solo artists, and DJs so they can take advantage of the exposure the festival can offer.