The 2014 Smashington Music and Art Festival is slated for The Discount Music Center on Saturday, May 10 from 2-11 p.m. in Orlando. There will be three stages of live music plus, live graffiti, live performance art and select vendors at the single-day music festival.
The Soul of Da City stage will feature live music from Orlando bands HOR!ZEN, Family Gang, Evan Taylor Jones, Meka Nism, Drew Yardis, American Jesus, Phraydoe Peans, Ancient Sun, Atemus, Deaf 2 the Industry, Palmer Reed and Tears of a Tyrant along with Kaleigh Baker (formerly of Orlando), Apollo Electric, Jessica Rousse and Big Pollo Funk. “We’re so excited about it!” said the members of Tears of a Tyrant. “Last year, it was an amazing event and this year should be even better! There’s something for everyone, even the kids.”
The Red Bull MXT Truck stage hosted by Mad Illz and special guest MC Supernatural will feature live performances by Orlando’s DJ Jay Mob, Twan D the Student, MyVerse, Jonny Storm, AmIam, Trini Elev8, Trenchcoat Deviants, Shaman Treez, Afrodeeeshezzzz, Truly Def and more.
The Medical Marijuana stage will feature live music from Orlando bands Buster Keaton, Brigitte Hart, Lake Worth Long Shots, Warm Like Winter, Succulent Thing, Roquois Roquois and Michael Shelly, The Strange Trip, Ridiculous Nick, Ferrum Dei, Boss Omnivore and Jahnopa along with Green Sunshine, Me and My Animal Friends, Dan Taylor, Satellite Lounge, Jessie Bankss and Clutch City.
“Meka Nism is very excited about the Smashington Festival and honored to be a part of it,” said the members of Orlando band Meka Nism. “It’s a great way to unite the community as a whole and for everyone to have their talents on full display. The Orlando scene is growing and what better place to have a huge melting pot of the best talent around than the Smashington Festival.”
The Discount Music Center is located at 3301 Gardenia Ave. in Orlando. Advance tickets for the Smashington Music and Art festival are available for $10 from the artists or they’ll be $15 at the gate. This is an all ages event and kids under the age of 10 get in FREE.