Monday, March 24, 2014

New Music Crawl Oakland Drops Beats Announces Debut Lineup

By Sam Levin
Mon, Mar 24, 2014 at 9:39 AM

Oakland's got another new music festival, and this one promises to take over more than ten venues in downtown on Saturday, April 19. Organizers of Oakland Drops Beats, which is being billed as the city's "first ever music crawl," just announced its debut lineup: Kev Choice Ensemble, B. Hamilton, Prozack Turner, Jel, and Odd Nosdam are among those scheduled to perform the free, all-day, all-ages event. Organizers said they took their inspiration from the Venice Music Crawl in Los Angeles and added "Oakland’s grit, soul, community, and culture," according to an announcement released today. Full lineup below.




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15th St. and Webster (Outdoor Stage)

Oaktown Indie Mayhem Presents:

Kev Choice Ensemble

Planet Booty



Oakland Drops Beats Presents performances by the youth of:

Youth Radio

Bay Area Girls Rock Camp

Today’s Future Sound



Le Qui Vive

Anticon. Presents:

Jel

Odd Nosdam

& more



Calimade Presents:

Na(t)ive son

calvary

L.I.E.



Naming Gallery

Naming Gallery Presents:

B. Hamilton (and friends)

Ryan James Holzer

Mortar and Pestle

Prozack Turner



Awaken Cafe

Oaktown Indie Mayhem Presents:

Sal’s Greenhouse

The Humidors



Spice Monkey

A Thousand WordZ Presents:

Jack & Alise Eastgate

JahniahOmi

Tabu

Ali Hummad

Chloe Jean

sOul

Atiim Chenzira & FatheR BrotheR Sun



Imagine Affairs Art Lounge

DJ Oracle Presents:

Soldier of Tree

Randomgirl

Dom Jones

Holly Saucy and The Licorice Pimpz

NaySteez

Visual Eyez

Hexa

On The Daily

DJ Oracle Selassie



Performances TBD at:

MOCO Gallery

VAMP Music

& more


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