Posts tagged Nashville psych fest
FAR OUT FEST 2 >>> ORACLE PASS ON SALE NOW!

Happy new year! Tickets are now on sale for "Nashville's Best New Festival", Far Out Nashville! As Nashville's first and only festival devoted to all things psychedelic, we are upping our game in 2018, bringing lots of beautiful surprises. Secure this limited time Oracle weekend pass for only $20 >>here<< and don't forget to sign up for our mailing list to stay tuned in for lineup announcements, ticket giveaways & more.

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FAR OUT BAND HIGHLIGHT >>> LAWNDRY

A super collab of sorts, with members wrung from Sudonistas, Bad Cop and The Ascent of Everest, Lawndry washes your brain with a variety of fuzzy smooth and trippin' grooves, thought provoking talk-singing, and percussion for days (get ready for some serious wind chime action). Come get clean with them at Nashville's first psych fest, Far Out Nashville, on Saturday June 17th at 6:30pm at the East Room. 

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FAR OUT BAND HIGHLIGHT >>> THE ASCENT OF EVEREST

The Ascent of Everest is one of those bands that when you watch live you finally understand the importance of fine tuned dynamics. They gracefully ascend (and descend) from beautiful ambience to crushing power and back. Far Out Nashville will be their first show of 2017 and we couldn't be more excited to get our fix of their symphonic post-psych doomgaze. Get your tix now for Nashville's first annual psych fest >> here. Dive on in to The Ascent of Everest >> here,  you’ll be glad you took the trip.

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FAR OUT NASHVILLE ANNOUNCEMENT: LINEUP CHANGE!

Life is happening like warp drive and sometimes bands gotta do their thing. Far Out Nashville regretfully announces The Beech Benders are unable to appear as part of the Far Out Nashville 2017 lineup, but we have found a worthy replacement to soothe the burn. BUMMR CITY will be stepping up to the stage Saturday, June 17th at the East Room to serve us a batch of badness. >>>

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FAR OUT BAND HIGHLIGHT >>> NAAN VIOLENCE from Georgia!

NAAN VIOLENCE is a free-form band with a varying lineup revolving around transcendental sitar-player Arjun Kulharya. Arjun has studied his craft in India and has shared the stage with an excellent cast of musicians playing tabla, synths and whatever else they're feeling. Catch them June 17th at Cobra in East Nashville and enter to win tickets to Far Out Nashville 2017!!!

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