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Long Beach’s Marley Festival 2019 | Top Shelf Reggae

On January 26th, The Gaslamp in Long Beach had their 4th Annual Marley Reggae Celebration. The night was headlined by The Wailing Souls and supported by The Gladiators, Roots of Mine, Survival – A Tribute to Bob Marley, Pachamama, Los Nauticals and Last Fix.

The Gaslamp in Long Beach had their 4th Annual Marley Reggae Celebration.

Last Fix started things out and got people warmed up. Next was Los Nauticals, whose high energy is infectious; you just can't help moving while they’re on. Next after that came Pachamama, who kept things going well. Roots of Mine had the crowd dancing in no time before Survival, headed by Jah Faith singing classic Marley favorites, turned the whole event into a sing-along. The Gladiators were up next and got the crowd into a fever pitch, ready to dance the rest of the night to the Wailing Souls.

Photography by Sean McCracken

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Why Th3rd Coast Roots is second to none | Top Shelf Reggae

From playing acoustic sets in bars to recording an album, Th3rd Coast Roots has gained incredible momentum from the moment they connected. Lead vocalist/guitarist Jayton Lening never imagined that he, who started out acoustic at local bars, would lead to creating a roots rock reggae band with unstoppable energy. When Jayton decided to dedicate more time to his music, he reached out to his friends Liam Haney (bassist) and Hunter Wilson (drummer) to form the foundation of the band. The band’s vocals soared to a new level when soul-touching Marisa Garcia was introduced by Hunter. There is no denying Jayton and Marisa’s ability to reach listeners with their captivating vocals and unique style.

Three months after their first show, Th3rd Coast Roots flew to San Diego's Imperial Sound Studios to record their first album…

The group quickly learned original songs written by Jayton and after a few weeks of practice, they played their first show as Th3rd Coast Roots. Marisa experienced a life-altering event last year when she was hit by an intoxicated driver on a major highway in Houston. After multiple surgeries, months of rehabilitation and ultimately fighting like a warrior, Marisa has adapted and regained more mobility than surgeons anticipated. This tragic event has strengthened the band’s mental fortitude and their appreciation for the time they spend pursuing their dream.

After receiving such a positive response from the community, their drive to continue their musical journey shifted into high gear. The band instantly recognized that their crowd size and social media following began to flourish into a strong support system. Three months after their first show, Th3rd Coast Roots flew to San Diego's Imperial Sound Studios to record their first album with producer E.N Young. Their good friend Brad Berkefelt from Proof Of Life learned their music in two days and joined them in San Diego to track keys. They describe working with E.N as a blessing and an opportunity of a lifetime. They spent four (eight-hour) days in the studio recording nine tracks for their masterpiece album, Not Afraid. The title track comes first on the ablum and showcases each musician’s remarkable talent, even including a feature by E.N Young.

Once the album was completed, Th3rd Coast Roots realized how truly blessed they were to have crossed paths and share the same level of commitment to their music. Since their album release, the support from fans comes from every corner of the United States, as well as other countries such as the U.K., Germany, Brazil and the Philippines. As their presence dominates in their hometown city of Houston, they seize every opportunity to provide support for reggae bands touring through Texas. They have shared the stage with The Green, Tribal Seeds, The Movement, Pacific Dub, Dirty Heads, Sun Dried Vibes, Bumpin Uglies, Resinated, Tatanka and Iya Terra. Current shows booked will be supporting Proof of Life, Resinated, Roots of a Rebellion, Badfish and The Wailers.

While they currently work full-time jobs, the band members are quickly starting to play music full-time. They have a new single coming out in the near future titled “Lovers Rock”, so keep your eyes peeled for that and others to be released this year! Th3rd Coast Roots would like to give a special thanks to their friends, family and fans for providing an incredible amount of support since Day One. Also, a huge shout out to Ben Brinkley with Iya Terra and the Ineffable Music fam; they’ve helped shine the light on this journey and the band cannot thank them enough! Check out Th3rd Coast Roots music and more via the links below.

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Hangout Music Festival set to return to Gulf Shores, AL | Top Shelf Reggae

Alabama's award-winning Hangout Music Festival is back! Set to return to the sandy white beaches of Gulf Shores May 17th-19th, Hangout infuses everything you want out of the ideal music festival with your dream vacation. Don't believe us? Every year, Hangout Fest revamps Gulf Shores to accommodate music-lovers near and far with in-ground pools at the main stage, hammocks all along the beach and even a full size roller rink for disco skating! Pair all that with gourmet food, craft cocktails and topnotch entertainment and you've got yourself a weekend for the record books. It even comes with a Puppy Kissing Booth. Yes, this is real life.

… Hangout infuses everything you want out of the ideal music festival with your dream vacation.

Hangout Festival keeps escalating in the ranks of world-class performances every year and 2019 is no different. Splitting the headling slots are artists ranging from EDM to alternative to rap to pop to good ol' rock-n-roll: Travis Scott, The Lumineers, Khalid, Vampire Weekend, Cardi B and Kygo. That sample right there tells you Hangout 2019 is the business. Throughout the rest of the three days are a multitude of bands that would make an alt-lovers dreams come true: ARIZONA, Superorganism, Mura Musa, Judah & The Lion, The 1975, Bishop Briggs, Sir Sly, Lovelytheband… just to name a few. Also on the rundown are radio airwave giants like Diplo, Hozier, Griz, Jimmy Eat World, Bebe Rexha, Walk the Moon and Quinn XCII. Love EDM? Enjoy Alison Wonderland, Sofi Tukker, grandson and more. The hauntingly awesome world of grandson… what a treat. How about some reggae and ska? Reggae revival colossal Jesse Royal joins the list, as well as the ska band on everyone's radar right now, The Interrupters. Needless to say, there's a little something for every style.

Tickets for Hangout Music Festival 2019 went on sale early December 2018, but there's still time to grab yours! General admission weekend passes starts as low as $279, with options to upgrade to VIP, Super VIP and the all-inclusive, super bougey Big Kahuna pass (if you really want the time of your life). Want to save money, yet go all out? Cabana and travel packages are further available for those that want to reserve a space inside or close by. Speaking of in and out, all wristbands come with in and out allowances, meaning once you're inside, that doesn't have to be the case for the full day! Hangout encourages attendees to take advantage of being at the beach. Can't afford the pass all at once? No problem. Hangout offers EZ Pay for those who qualify. But, hurry – prices go up February 10th! For more information or to buy your tickets now, visit www.hangoutmusicfest.com.

Hangout 2018 official thank you video:

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Source: https://topshelfreggae.com/news/hangout-music-festival-set-to-return-to-gulf-shores-al

Get to know LACI: the next big thing for R&B | Top Shelf Reggae

New up-and-coming Italian R&B/pop artist LACI (also known as Lacy Kay) is a young bombshell with a powerhouse of superstar vocal cords. This phenomenal 20-year-old woman finds inspiration from well-known artists like Rihanna, Beyoncé, Katy Perry and Michael Jackson and has performed at several venues, including The House Of Blues, The World Famous Whisky A Go Go, Infusion Lounge, The Spot LA and more. LACI's unique style has gotten her recognized by many industry professionals, including a feature with Common!

LACI's unique style has gotten her recognized by many industry professionals…

After releasing her debut EP Incontrami in September of 2017, LACI then released two singles with Noah Neiman, which accumulated over 500,000 Spotify streams and over 40,000 plays on Soundcloud and counting! One of the two songs, “Long Way Home”, features Laci Kay’s astounding vocals. And, with excitement, LACI states on Soundcloud, “I am so honored to be the vocalist on this track! Looking forward to more great things to come! We are charting in Japan right now!! YAY!!” Another single “GAMES” was released in January 2018, which garnered over 10,000 Spotify streams and 25,000 SoundCloud streams, as well.

Now, this new artist is not just talented in singing; LACI is also in love with acting and has won multiple awards such as a 'Young Talent Award' back in 2013. Her acting credits can also be found on the official IMBd website! Her first big break began at a mere 7-years-old when she played a young Christina Aguilera in the music video “Hurt”. Since then, she has appeared in over 40 movies and television productions, receiving multiple nominations and awards for both film and music! Just a few examples of her accomplishments include the LA Music Awards for 'Best Pop Artist of the Year' in 2015 and nominations in three categories by the Ventura County Music Awards the following year for 'Best Female Artist', 'Best Music Video' (for the song “Runnin’ Free”) and went on to win 'Best Pop Artist' in Ventura County!

In 2017, LACI was nominated for two more awards – 'Best R&B' and 'Best Music Video'. She won the coveted 2017 'Rising Star Award' that same year and is now one of the most coveted escalating artists in the LA area. LACI has also recently been interviewed on ConversationsRadio, a podcast known for their interviews with talented artists. The interview can be found on Podbean. With her latest single “Jedi” streaming high, one can only infer more awards on the 2019 horizon for this hardworking woman.

LACI continues to perform at many venues in Southern California, also appearing in Las Vegas and New Orleans. All in all, LACI is climbing the ladder rather quickly with her talent! It won't be long before she hits the top of the charts and signs with the big major label companies. Don’t be surprised if you start hearing her music booming through the radio either. Be sure to check out her work through these many different music sites and links below, you won't regret it!

Listen to LACI “Jedi” single on YouTube:

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Source: https://topshelfreggae.com/news/get-to-know-laci-the-next-big-thing-for-rb

Trombone Shorty at Belly Up Tavern: Night 2 | Top Shelf Reggae

When a big name comes to the intimate venue of San Diego's Belly Up Tavern in Solana Beach, regulars expect that the 'SOLD OUT' sign on to be taped to the Will Call window equally as much as they expect alcohol to be served there. It's a given. However, a sold out sign taped to the window for all three consecutive appearances of a band is a rare feat. Some would call it a hat trick; others would call it Trombone Shorty and his Orleans Avenue band. No photography was allowed the night of January 22nd at the erquest of the band, so the following coverage was done by iPhone.

Some would call it a hat trick; others would call it Trombone Shorty and his Orleans Avenue band.

Big band, funk and jazz – what's more to love? Starting out Night Two at the Belly Up was New Breed Brass Band, straight out of New Orleans! Naturally, the spirit of LA emanated from this ensemble, with two standing percussionists and a tuba to round out the standard trombone, saxophone and trumpet. Attendees in the audience clapped and shouted along with the band like they were on Bourbon Street.

With energy high, New Breed left the stage for Trombone Shorty and his wildly entertaining crew to enter. The Orleans Avenue Band came on first, accompanied by strobe light beams flying all around the stage. Trombone Shorty came on all smiles, stoked to perform the second night in San Diego. Launching immediately into his explosive set, Trombone Shorty sang and danced and let his players do their thing as he stood back approvingly. Everybody had their moment onstage! The seven-string bassist, adorning a top hat, melted minds during his solos and the goofy saxophonist, repping funky joggers and round spectacles, grabbed the mic for his rendition of the Red Hot Chili Peppers' “Give It Away”.

The band bounced between well-known classics, improvisations and love ballads…

The band bounced between well-known classics, improvisations and love ballads, like the favorite “Show Me Something Beautiful”. At several points throughout the set, Trombone Shorty would conduct his crew like an orchestral leader, signaling the beat and when to breakdown. The audience quickly took notice and started clapping along, making Trombone Shorty turn around and laugh. What solid support!

Speaking of, two of the best things about a Trombone Shorty show is the audience participation and the camaraderie. The players love performing and you can see that visibily in the way they laugh and interact with each other as they go. Plus, Trombone Shorty makes sure concertgoers have their spotlight, holding out the mic for them to sing and zigzagging around every inch of the stage to give them high fives and knuckles.

Before we knew it, the show was over… but even Trombone Shorty admitted he wasn't ready to go yet! The players left the stage and returned in under a minute for the encore, they were that excited to keep playing. Most bands take minutes before reappearing. Not Trombone Shorty. The vibe was too high to let fall. As the crowd dispersed into the night after the encore inevitably ended, the Belly Up emptied to rally for Night Three.

Source: https://topshelfreggae.com/news/trombone-shorty-at-belly-up-tavern-night-2

A good talk with Good Talk | Top Shelf Reggae

The band of brothers Good Talk stumbled into my jagged little world one morning and never left. A friend sent one track my way off of their debut album The Arrival; I was drawn into a voice I pegged right away. It was a voice I knew so well, one that I love that has played a grand role in the last few years of my life. A voice that has been missing… I was listening to Jordan David Miller, formerly of the wildly successful band The Movement, and I was completely frozen. This happened a few times throughout the interview process, but that is a risk you incur when you hit up your idols and strongest musical influences to chat.

If you haven’t yet, do your ears a solid and check out the album.

I’m not going to lie and say every single album or track I review is my style. I have been very open about my favorite artists. This is not just because of the music they make, but the people they are. Not every album is solid from start to finish. Yet, The Arrival is. Miller, now in his thirties, is happily married and happy to be alive after a near fatal accident leaving him incapacitated for over a year and a half. Since then, he has stayed true to his roots living in his hometown of Columbia, SC and continued making music, writing songs like “Shoulders” 10 years prior to this album.

Miller began working on the album alone, self-teaching himself with a laptop in tow and a studio full of basic instruments. He already had five songs recorded when they took it to Cory Plaugh at Plaugh’s House Recording Studio in Columbia. Plaugh – who produced, mixed and mastered The Arrival album – is the real deal. He took the original five songs the guys brought in and added his “amazing ear”, to quote Miller. Miller, Plaugh and Genaro “Gino” Cruz (the other musical half of Good Talk) was nice enough to grant us an interview on the album-making process:

What was the vibe while working with Jordan and Gino on the album?

  • Plaugh: I usually feel like part of the band by the end of a project, but that's not to say that some aren't more dear to my heart and natural. We got to a really comfortable place in the process where we were all moving forward in this stream-of-consciousness-like state. Chemistry like that happens and it's always the goal, but it's rare. If you have great songwriters and performers like these guys, it really makes things a lot easier in a lot of ways. But, in some ways, you know you have to do the best you can delivering their musical babies. It’s not like there is no pressure there.

All of us are well aware that people are placed in our lives to change it up and re-route it accordingly. Enter Genaro “Gino” Cruz. Jordan approached his savagely talented brother-in-law to join forces on this new project he dubbed 'Good Talk'. Later stating how much of an “ideal” and “perfect fit” he found his brother to be. These guys love making music together, almost as much as they love each other and it is something you can feel. Gino started with poetry at age 5 and the rest is history. This guy’s versatility is lucidly visible throughout the album. Cruz adds the perfect amount of himself to The Arrival.

The two men made it their goal with this new project Good Talk to stay true to their roots. Miller comments:

  • Miller: [Good Talk] is a grassroots mentality. We appreciate all the little things involved and all the small things. We just want people to learn the music and show up… We’ll do the rest.

After gaining fame via The Movement, what is the best advice you would give yourself with this new project?

  • Miller: I’m in a different place and fame is not what this is about. Just staying in that ‘fishbowl mentality' and continuing to play local. We would take 40 people having the time of their lives at a show over 4,000.

Anything you want to say to your fans (old and new), as well as to readers hearing about you for the first time?

  • Miller: This whole process has been humbling, to say the least. I’m always going to respect every song and stay true to who I am. It’s always gonna sound like me and I’m gonna keep doing what I love! 

How did you come to the name Good Talk?

  • Cruz: Pretty much, after every conversation, we have we would voice text each other how it was a 'good talk'. Fast forward to finding a band name and it fit along with everything else that has fallen into place. We always have left each other on a positive note.

The diversity and versatility of this album is unlike anything I have heard in a while. This is because Miller has a style all his own and Gino’s rhythmic offset of Miller’s style has the perfect yin and yang result. This album has something for everyone: some songs marinate in country while others are Latin-infused. There is some reggae, hip hop, a few ballads… and that’s just naming a few songs off this eclectic debut release. Good Talk's The Arrival is available on all media streaming outlets now! If you haven’t yet, do your ears a solid and check out the album. Also, catch Good Talk in South Carolina and surrounding areas or visit the links below to stay up-to-date with the band!

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*Jay Cohen would like to dedicate this interview to her dear friend's unfortunate passing, Robert DeCarlo, who helped her discover Good Talk*

Source: https://topshelfreggae.com/news/a-good-talk-with-good-talk

Reverend Horton Heat at The Observatory OC | Top Shelf Reggae

On January 18th, Reverend Horton Heat headlined at Costa Mesa's Observatory OC. They were supported by Mustard Plug and Voodoo Glow Skulls. Mustard Plug opened the night and got the energy up, getting the crowd in the mood for a high-energy night in the mosh pit. Next up was Voodoo Glow Skulls with their fun lyrics and ska punk energy; you couldn’t not smile and get moving!

… I've never had the opportunity to see Reverend Horton Heat live.

Reverend Horton Heat came on to close out the night and everyone in attendance was blown away. I have been a fan of them for years now, but I've never had the opportunity to see Reverend Horton Heat live. I will make a point of seeing any shows of theirs in the future, for they put on an amazing performance!

Photography by Sean McCracken

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WORLD VIDEO PREMIERE: Inna Vision “Back Trax” | Top Shelf Reggae

Everyone's favorite reggae-rap artist, Inna Vision, returns with a world premiere for “Back Trax” off his latest Link Up album. The LP, off Roots Musician Records, hit the charts back in June of 2018 and features instant hits like “O.G. IV”, “Real Type Of Cop” and (naturally) the title track “Link Up”. After several videos and tours, the hard-working Hawaiian reggae-rapper teamed up with Gonzo (of Tribal Seeds) to execute a mind-blowing compilation album entitled Curricular Style before the year was done. Now, at the fledgling stages of 2019, Inna Vision continues to pound the presses with his tenacious attitude towards music with a video for “Back Trax”.

Inna Vision continues to pound the presses with his tenacious attitude…

The music video, directed and produced by Noah Clemens, boasts Inna Vision's work ethic from the start by highlighting his life in the studio back home. From there, Inna Vision hits the streets: giving props to the homies and knuckles to new fathers in his crew. Everybody is family and Inna Vision is crewed up “from The Bronx to Miami”. Although the track has a hard tone to it, Inna Vision juxtaposes it with a mindful mentality: work hard, whether that means “writin' notes on the tour bus” and long nights at work, to render yourself the best life. Cutting between images of home hangouts and live performances, the video continues in a 'day in the life' manner, showcasing what Inna Vision is all about. Video elements such as glitches and overexposure add to the underlying message that the road to success isn't always easy. 

To follow Inna Vision or to track any upcoming tours, visit the links below or www.innavisionmusic.com.

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KROQ’s Back To The Beach Fest returns for Year 2 | Top Shelf Reggae

Los Angeles radio station KROQ knows how to throw a party. From Weenie Roasts to Almost Acoustic Christmases, the world-renowned rock station reigns supreme as the number one sponsor of all the greatest festivals landing LA to Orange County. The KROQ stamp is a status symbal. Fact. One of their newer ventures happened last spring when KROQ hosted Back To The Beach Festival on the shores of Huntington State Beach: a two-day event honoring the best in punk and ska music, rendering just over 30,000 in attendance. With its initial success, SoCal residents and punk rock lovers everywhere wondered if the weekend on the water would turn into a yearly occasion. Well, wait no more! KROQ has officially announced Back To The Beach 2, returning to Huntington Saturday, April 28th and Sunday, April 29th, 2019. 

For those in love with ska music, this lineup takes the skankin' cake.

KROQ isn't the only sponsor, however. BTTB 1 was also hosted by blink-182's Travis Barker and Goldfinger's John “Feldy” Feldmann – the latter band headlining the event. Get ready to get stoked, because not only are the musical duo backing the 2nd Annual once again, but blink-182 is planned to headline! Of course, Goldfinger also performs with special guests, as well as The Used, The Story So Far, Reel Big Fish, Anthony Green, Streetlight Manifesto, The Aquabats, Less Than Jake, The Wonder Years, Save Ferris, Story of the Year, The English Beat, Teenage Wrist, The Drowns, Lowlives and more to be announced! For those in love with ska music, this lineup takes the skankin' cake. 

Back to the Beach 2019 is an all-ages event, with children 10 and under getting in free with a ticketed adult. Hesitant to bring the kids to a punk rock show? Don't be! BTTB advertises a Lil' Punk Kid Zone: a safe place for children ages 10 and under to run around while parents rest. As your child gets face painted or enjoys healthy snacks from the fruit cart, you can kick up your feet while watching one of a few jumbo screens streaming the stage action. Are you over the age of 10, yet still want to play like a child? BTTB has your back, with beach games planned around the festy grounds and a carnival midway. You simply can't have a bad time if you try. Food trucks will offer options for all nutritional denominations (we're lookin' at you, vegans) and craft beer and cocktails will flow freely. 

Tickets for the 2nd Annual go on sale Friday, January 25th at 10am PT, so mark your calendars to get the cheapest passes while supplies last! General admission starts as low as $79.99 and VIP options will be available, as well. Again, kids under 10 get in free! For more information, visit www.backtothebeachfest.com.

Back to the Beach Festival 2018 recap video:

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Source: https://topshelfreggae.com/news/kroqs-back-to-the-beach-fest-returns-for-year-2

KAABOO Texas coming to Cowboys Stadium | Top Shelf Reggae

Six months ago, the fastest growing festival in the nation announced another site to call home. What was principally known as KAABOO Del Mar has now morphed into a festival conglomeration of epic entertainment proportions, encompassing the Caribbean waters and the state of Texas for 2019 on top of its sunny San Diego roots. 2019 marks five years strong for the fest at the Del Mar Racetrack, so it's only fitting that this milestone be marked with the two new sites of Grand Cayman and Arlington, Texas.

Clearly, even KAABOO is bigger in Texas.

After word spread that KAABOO partnered with Jerry Jones and family to bring three days of topnotch music and more to the Dallas Cowboys AT&T Stadium, football-meets-music lovers everywhere could not have been more excited. With the stadium known for its gargantuan projector screen, what venue could be more perfect to host another extravagant KAABOO event? With baited breath and a bunch of ticket money burning a hole in our pockets, everyone waited to hear who would be featured for the first annual.

Now that it's almost KAABOO Cayman time, the KAABOO crew felt it fitting to announce the Texas lineup. Make note that the original event was meant for the weekend of May 3rd through 5th; the new dates for KAABOO Texas are now May 10th-12th! The shift actually comes as a relief, for other music events like BeachLife and the 50th Annual New Orleans Jazz Fest fall the first weekend of May. Festival junkies, you can now attend it all.

Touching on 'attending it all', KAABOO is much more than merely music. Although world-class acts are about to grace the Arlington stage (more on that in a second), KAABOO moreover offers the full experience of luxury at your fingertips with laugh-out-loud comedic performances, live art installations and famous vendors, primping and pampering indulgence booths, artisanal tastings by renowned chefs, after hour parties and an entire pool zone complete with cabanas. All this within a football stadium? Yep. KAABOO is the one festival that can do anything.

So, let's talk music! Headlining Year One in Texas will be The Killers, Sting and heralded southern artists, Lynyrd Skynyrd and Kid Rock. More performers include Little Big Town, The Avett Brothers, Ms. Lauryn Hill, Pitbull, Counting Crows, Alanis Morissette, The Black Eyed Peas, Ludacris, Flo Rida, Blue October, Collective Soul, Bush, Garbage, The B-52s, Andy Grammer, Rick Springfield, Joan Jett and the Blackhearts, St. Paul & The Broken Bones, Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue, Lukas Nelson & The Promise of the Real, Violent Femmes, Eric Burdon & The Animals, X, Jon Anderson (of Yes), Old 97's, The English Beat, Los Lonely Boys, The Band Camino, Larkin Poe, American Aquarium, Israel Nash, Your Smith, The Dip, Acid Dad and MamaFesta… and more to be announced! Clearly, even KAABOO is bigger in Texas.

That's not all! By adding a 'BASK' ticket to the weekend, you not only get access to the exclusive BASK pool and lounge areas, but can also attend DJ sets by Cash Cash, Chantel Jeffries, Chromeo, CVBZ, Kap Slap, Le Youth, Mix Master Mike, Paul Oakenfold and The Him. Ain't no party like a KAABOO pool party, let us tell you. And, lest we forget, all the A-list comedians scheduled throughout the weekend on the Humor Me Stage: Dennis Miller, Grad Garrrett, Demetri Martin, Garfunkel and Oates, Whitney Cummings, Nate Bargatze, Jim Breuer, Rory Scovel, Heather McDonald, Chad Daniels, Orny Adams, Fortune Feimster, Kate Willett, Billy Wayne Davis, Chris “CP” Powell and MK Paulsen. KAABOO Texas, you've simply outdone yourself.

 KAABOO Texas, you've simply outdone yourself.

As per usual, the full lineup reveal means that weekend passes are available for purchase. General admission (“Lone Star”) passes are currently as low as $299 and there are, of course, several VIP upgrades. Standard VIP (“Blue Star”) weekend passes get you early entry and access to bougey AMPLIFY zones with priority access lanes. However, if you truly want to ball out, there is the Platinum VIP or “Rockstar” pass that enables you front row and side stage viewing, complimentary food and beverages, access to artist lounges and more. Want to be treated like royalty (or at least one of the musical headliners)? The Ultimate Hang pass, prestigious and limited, goes for $20k and allows you to scamper around the fest like you own the place. Too steep? Don't worry, KAABOO will work with you for any of the above options if you qualify for payment plans. Don't forget about parking! From general parking to preferred to valet, plan ahead by securing a pass. There will also be shuttle services, Uber lines and for those who really want to save, the Arlington Trolley! For more information or to get your Texas tickets now, visit www.kaabootexas.com.

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