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First Ever Catalpa Festival Set For NYC

11:01 AM Thursday 3/22/12 | |

Boasting an initial lineup featuring The Black Keys, Snoop Dogg, TV On The Radio, Umphrey’s McGee, City and Colour and more, New York City’s inaugural Catalpa Festival takes over Randall’s Island July 28-29.

  • Snoop Dogg

    Lovebox, Victoria Park, London, UK
    July 16, 2011

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Promising an “authentic, fresh and unique musical experience,” Catalpa will ultimately host more than 50 artists, giving you rock, indie, hip-hop, reggae and electronic for two fun-filled days in the Big Apple. The newly announced lineup also includes The Big Pink, AraabMuzik, Felix Da Housecat and Fort Atlantic with more acts to be announced soon.

Presented by party outfit Frisky, Catalpa has plenty to keep you entertained. The 60-foot inflatable “Church of Sham Marriages” pretty much functions as the name implies, giving festivalgoers opportunities to redefine matrimonial bliss in ways you’ve probably never even thought about such as group marriages or even marrying yourself.

Then there’s Catalpa’s “Silent Disco Tent” where local DJs keep the beats going while festivalgoers outfitted with headphones dance and sing.

  • The Black Keys

    KROQ Almost Acoustic Christmas, Gibson Amphitheatre At Univ. CityWalk, Los Angeles, Calif.
    December 11, 2011

    (AP Photo)

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There will also be several art exhibitions at Catalpa as well as food offerings making for a “culinary profile far beyond your expectations.”

Early bird weekend passes are currently available. Visit CatalpaNYC.com for more info.


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