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Wildstock benefit organized to save the Wildflower Art Community


wildflower-nana-300x225-8168095-3707870WILDSTOCK NEWS RELEASE – August 9, 10 and 11, a multi-day festival has been organized to benefit the Wildflower Village arts community. Over 20 local bands are scheduled to perform including Artown openers Jelly Bread. Performances from Controlled Burn, Bohemian Burlesque, and the Reno Video Game Symphony. DJs and dancing under the stars with DJ Tigerbunny, Plan Cmajor, and Darkemeth. Included will be comedy, arts and crafts, artist demonstrations, vendors, and food trucks. Festival to be held at the Wildflower Village 4305 West 4th St. in Reno. Single day tickets are $10.00 and the three day pass is $25.00. Tickets now on sale at the Melting Pot in Reno (1049 S. Virginia St), Prism Magic in Sparks (2161 Pyramid Way), or by calling 775-747-8848. People interested in performing or having a booth at the festival can call 415-640-0389 or email their requests to [email protected].

Expanded list of performers includes Jelly Bread, Controlled Burn, Bohemian Burlesque, Grace Hutchison, Todd South, Reno Video Game Symphony, The Grups, Tovah Goodman, Craig Prather, The Electric Catfish, Actors Killed Lincoln, Farewell Belladonna, Josiah Knight, Gabe Hilton, DJ Tigerbunny, Plan Cmajor, Darkemeth, The Refiners, The Bonfire Set, Love Like Wes, Weapons of Mass Creation, Lighter Theif (misspelling intentional), Transfer Effect, Interplanetary Vagabonds, Smiley Mikey, Freaks of Nurture, Small Drawings, and more to be announced.

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