WIN TICKETS: Magnetic Music Festival – 4/20/2013 – Kennesaw, Georgia
The inaugural EDM event Magnetic Music Festival will reveal itself to Kennesaw, Georgia on April 20 – and TheBlueIndian.com has FREE TICKETS just for you (see below). This one-day festival will occur at the Kennesaw State Sports & Recreation Center, a state-of-the-art sports complex that can hold up to 16,000 people. This stadium was not only home to the Kennesaw State University soccer team, but also held the Atlanta Beat’s residency; and it will now serve as the KSU Football Stadium.
The center has become a go-to spot in the Atlanta area for larger events, since holding a date of Life In Color, formally known as DayGlow, last fall. Magnetic caters to the growing culture of electronic music fans in the Atlanta area. Main headliners include Kid Cudi, Flux Pavilion, Dash Berlin, Zeds Dead and Adventure Club. Other notable DJ’s and producers include Flosstradamus, Tommie Sunshine, gemNeye, Satoru and Midnite Panda.
Two production companies, Liquified & Disco Donnie Presents, teamed up in order to make Magnetic Music Festival possible. Together, they will set up three stages of sound, including the Forcefield Main Stage, which will include exclusive 3D production and design. The festival will also feature a wide array of vendors, traveling performers and intricate art installations.
Music begins at 1:00 p.m. on Saturday, April 20, 2013 and ages 16 and up are welcome. General admission tickets are $75 and can be purchased through Ticket Alternative and Wantickets. There is a strong possibility tickets will sell out, but if not there will be some sold at the door on April 20.
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Besides the headliner of Kid Cudi, whose latest album drops tomorrow, I picked three artists that you do not want to miss out on. Two of them are from Atlanta, so what better way to support local music than hit up their sets at MMF this Saturday? – Lauren Stanaitis
The duo from Toronto blew up in the electronic music scene fairly quick by being compared to the likes of Datsik, Doctor P and Flux Pavilion. Zeds Dead performed at Atlanta’s premiere music festival, Counterpoint, last September and continue to gain notoriety by being on well-known festival lineups.
Atlanta-based Nick Stewart, aka gemNeye, encompasses a variety of electronic music themes in his live performances. From glitch to funk, Stewart really knows how to cater to a wide audience. His main influencers include STS9 and Big Gigantic, which can be easily be heard in his music. gemNeye has performed alongside various acts from Robotic Pirate Money to Up Until Now.
Trey Phillips is producer and performer from Atlanta and goes by the stage name of Satoru. His music ranges from soothing synths to opaque bass drops, keeping the audience’s attention at a maximum level. He has performed at festivals such as Bear Creek and Purple Hatter’s Ball and most recently opened for the popular electronic duo Pantyraid at Opera.