Festivals

Creatures of the Night Festival Debuts This Weekend



October 8th, 2015

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Making its debut this weekend is Creatures of the Night, a new three-day festival in Adams, Tennessee. In addition to a stacked lineup of bands and producers, Creatures of the Night also features the art installations, classes, and performance artists that have become the standard for festivals. In their own words, “Creatures of the Night Music and Arts Festival was born a vision. A vision of utopia, where inhibitions fade away in awe of the ultimate joy encompassing everything.”
Creatures of the Night features a lineup of festival veterans, with a solid mix of jam bands and electronic acts making up the bill. Headliners include Papadosio (who will be performing two sets), ZoogmaEmancipator Ensemble, and DopapodSpace JesusG JonesWobblesauce, and Of The Trees will also be performing. In between sets you can check out workshops and art installations that make Creatures of the Night one of the more well-rounded festivals of the fall season.
Tickets to Creatures of the Night are currently $140 and are set to increase to $160 at the gate. General admission tickets will cover parking and camping as well. Grab your passes now to be a part of the festival’s promising debut.
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Lotus
Papadosio
Keller Williams
Emancipator
Wax Tailor
Dopapod
Zoogma
Random Rab
G Jones
Thriftworks
Desert Dwellers
Ozric
Tentacles
The Nth Power
Mr. Bill
Kaminanda
The Mantras
Pigeons Playing Ping Pong
Space Jesus
The Widdler
Consider the Source
Freddy Todd
Sixis
Nominus
Yheti
Mclovins

Hayley Jane & the Primates
Aqueous
Levitation Jones
Spankalicious
Of the Trees
Catullus
Vibe Street
Somatoast
Push/Pull
Wobblesauce
Bunk Buddha
CBDB
Roots of a Rebellion
Zoologic
Stratosphere Live
Animals
Illanthropy Ives
Of the Trees
Dope Thrown
Simple Synthesis
Booty Borg
The Clock Reads
Goose
Hyperbolic Headspace
M.O.B.
Wilsdorf Esseks

 

 

 



Steve's obsession with music began when he was 16; he saw his then-favorite band, Metallica, play the TD Garden in Boston. His musical tastes have broadened since then, but he is still chasing that feeling of excitement & unity he felt at his first show. His introduction to the dance music came when friends brought him to a Bassnectar show, and he hasn't looked back since. When Steve heard MASS EDMC were looking for writers, he jumped at the chance to get more involved. Writing for MASS EDMC has given Steve a rare opportunity to combine two of his passions: writing & live music.