3rd Annual City Skies Electronic Music Festival, April 29-May 1, 2010

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The 3rd Annual City Skies Electronic Music Festival will be held in the Atlanta area on April 29-May 1, 2010.

The list of performers include some of the best electronic musicians from around the U.S. heard on radio stations like Music From the Hearts of Space, Echoes, Star’s End, Soma FM, StillStream, Galactic Travels, and more, and are from Georgia, Indiana, Kansas, New York, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, and Wisconsin.

Musical styles range from ambient to downtempo chillout to Berlin school to IDM to space music to experimental.

Performers and schedule for the three-day event are:

Thursday, April 29, 2010

  • 8pm- The Wiitles (Georgia)
  • 10pm- Paul Vnuk Jr (Wisconsin)
  • 11pm- citizenGreen (Georgia)

Friday, April 30, 2010

  • 6pm- Slate (Indiana)
  • 7pm- Klimchak (Georgia)
  • 8pm- Xeriod Entity (Pennsylvania)
  • 9pm- Emerald Adrift (Kansas)
  • 10pm- Tony Gerber (Tennessee)
  • 11pm- R_Garcia (Georgia)

Saturday, May 1, 2010
Afternoon session

  • 1pm- dRachEmUsiK (Indiana)
  • 2pm- Burning Artist(s) Sale (Georgia)
  • 3pm- Earthgirl (Indiana)
  • 4pm- 84001 (Tennessee)

Evening session

  • 7pm- Mark Mahoney (Tennessee)
  • 8pm- M. Peck (Tennessee)
  • 9pm- Richard Lainhart (New York)
  • 10pm- Richard Devine (Georgia)
  • 11pm- Duet for Theremin & Lap Steel (Georgia)

All proceeds from ticket sales will go to performers for this event.

Tickets for each session are $5.00 and will be available at the door.

More details at Ephemeral Radio, CitySkies.com

2 thoughts on “3rd Annual City Skies Electronic Music Festival, April 29-May 1, 2010

  1. I went to this last year and it's absolutely great. The venue is extremely small though, it's in a hip coffee house called Kavarna in a cool neighborhood and there's only room there for a few dozen people. There's free wireless and everyone is friendly and you can be interactive, in a community based music sense. Most of the acts are superb and you can often talk gear afterwards with the acts. Coffee and food there is excellent, I recommend buying a pass for the whole event and adding on an extra day to check out the many fine restaurants in the Atlanta area.

  2. I went to this last year and it's absolutely great. The venue is extremely small though, it's in a hip coffee house called Kavarna in a cool neighborhood and there's only room there for a few dozen people. There's free wireless and everyone is friendly and you can be interactive, in a community based music sense. Most of the acts are superb and you can often talk gear afterwards with the acts. Coffee and food there is excellent, I recommend buying a pass for the whole event and adding on an extra day to check out the many fine restaurants in the Atlanta area.

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