Together Festival: JSTJR at Church, Boston, MA | May 18th, 2014
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TOGETHER FESTIVAL: JSTJR



  • Date:Sunday, May 18, 2014
  • Venue:Church
  • Address:69 Kilmarnock St, Boston, MA 02115
  • Age:21+
  • Artists: Choppa Dunks, JSTJR, Trapzillas
    Promoters: Together Festival
  • Time:08:00 pm

Use code “MASSEDMC” at checkout for 10% off Together Festival passes: http://bit.ly/togetherpasses

 

Together Boston is an annual celebration of music, art and technology, based in Cambridge, Massachusetts. The festival was first held in February, 2010, with continually broadening scope of musical genres as well as a thorough exploration of the art and technology sectors.

Through a week-long series of educational and professional discussion panels, art installations, film screenings, and musical performances at venues around the Boston/Cambridge area, Together Boston attracts tens of thousands each May. Although historically based in Boston, the festival has found its footing across the Charles River in Central Square, Cambridge, Massachusetts and expects to be working closely with Cambridge City Hall in 2013.

In 2012, Together hosted musical artists such as Photek, RJD2, Mala,Todd Edwards, Dillon Francis, Nero, Phill Niblock, 6th Borough Project and more, while hosting film screenings for the Chemical Brothers movie Don’t Think, as well as the Electric Daisy Carnival documentary.

 

WHAT’S UP BOSTON?

JSTJR and Friends 5 is coming and we’re going harder than ever with our extra special guest Trapzillas !!

You may know him as the KING of dabs or from his collaborations with Riff Raff but this dude does not F#$% around and will be making his Boston debut!

Oh! and I can’t forget to mention! We’re an official Together Fest Party! SO OFFICIAL!

And since this is such a special event, I figured I’d give all the local DJs a chance to open with a JSTJR and Friends mini-mix competition (details coming soon).

JSTJR

JSTJR is making big waves in the tropical bass community as one of the pioneers of the Zouk Bass movement. Featured on blogs like Generation Bass, Tropical bass, Mad Decent, Trapstep Network, and Moombahton.net & Trap.net, his music has gained support from the likes of A Tribe Called Red, DJ Craze and Bro Safari.

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