The Buzzcocks have been added to the Make The Music Go Bang! Festival on September 20th

Posted: August 20, 2014 in Bands, Festival, Los Angeles, music
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Get ready Southern California for another great festival. Make the Music Go Bang! Festival is scheduled for Saturday September 20th at The Observatory in Santa Ana, CA. The festival is set to begin at 12 pm and will not only feature great music but includes the addition of Exene’s Vintage Clothing Swap and a record swap for vinyl junkies. Craft beer and gourmet food will be available for purchase on site.

Legendary British punk rockers The Buzzcocks have been added to the musical lineup and headlined by LA hometown heroes X. Also performing will be Los Lobos, Dave Alvin & Phil Alvin of The Blasters, Wanda Jackson, The Knitters, Junior Brown, The Paladins, Lee Rocker, Los Straitjackets, Ray Campi,The Avengers, James Intveld, Jamie James & The Kingbees, Kid Ramos,Victoria Williams, The Farmers, The Hula Girls, The Crowd, Sean and Zander, Moonsville Collective, Vinnie & The Hooligans, Small Wigs, The Abigails, Evil Hearted You, Mary Simich, Robert Francis & many more!

The daylong, all-ages event will completely take over The Observatory with one outdoor & two indoor stages.General admission ticket prices are $35.00 plus additional fees. VIP Tickets are also available for $55 & include shaded seating and a limited edition festival t-shirt.

You can pick up tickets by heading over to here: http://www.ticketweb.com/t3/sale/SaleEventDetail?dispatch=loadSelectionData&eventId=5279215&pl=observatory. Tickets for the event are on sale now!

 

Saturday, September 20

The Observatory- 3503 South Harbor Blvd., Santa Ana, CA 92704

Doors are @ 12pm

Open to all ages

$35.00/$55.00

Tickets

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