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Delandapalooza 2014 has a date

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Delandapalooza 2014 has a date for this year’s day-long original music festival, Saturday, April 5. The festival is a day-long, multiple-genre music event featuring over 150 acts on more than 25 stages throughout historic downtown Deland.

For one low entry fee, music fans are treated to live original music from a variety of popular genres including rock, folk, Blues, Americana, jazz, punk, electronic, hip hop, country and more. There will also be food vendors, crafts and original art.

The line-up is already beginning to take shape. On the list so far are Orlando area bands The Goldminers, The Bloody Jug Band, The Actomatics, Jupiter Groove, Who Hit Willie, Bone Honey, Steve Patterson, Victor Montequin & Jars of Jam, Zach Luxon & Matt Pereira, Ryan Viafora, Sugarless, True Gain, Single Malt, Jim Reddin, Sandra Hess, Amanda Cooksey and Soldiers of Worship.

There are also many bands from Central Florida in the early listing including Christopher Giles, Shut Up Lita, FallsStart, Small Monuments, Sunshine & Bullets, Mic the Prophet, Charlie Gear, Who Hit Willie, Futuristic Diner, AJ Rafailedes, Charlie Cracker, Heene Boyz, MadWillie & Ox, Steve Vaclavik, Tie-Dye Road, Drew MCI, Christopher Jordan, SHARP, Falling Forward, Fylo Zoet and more.

To inquire about performing at this event send an email with an audio link to deland2014@ssa.cc.

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