Expect Vegoose News in One Month

Update: Superfly is getting us really excited. They’ve announced the dates for Vegoose, and it’s confirmed that it will be Halloween weekend in Las Vegas. Read more here.

The101Report.com has the scoop; Superfly has announced that they will announce information about Vegoose in approximately one month. This makes me happy. In fact, this makes me very happy.

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From Billboard.com

Mayers says that Superfly is about a month away from announcing a new event slated for later this year; another source at Superfly confirmed it will be held in Las Vegas. “Sometimes with promoting, things work and sometimes things don’t,” says Mayers. “Bonnaroo built a very grassroots, word of mouth, organic following. With [Zooma] we tried to do the same thing but it didn’t work. We are going to keep trying things.”

Come on Superfly! Give us the news!

Previously: Join the Vegoose Mailing List, Vegoose: Getting Closer to Reality, Halloween in Vegas? Vegoose!

  • http://www.livemusicblog.com justin

    If anyone has any additional information on this festival, I’d love to post it anonymously. Send it to my email address on the sidebar. Now.

  • http://www.livemusicblog.com justin

    If anyone has any additional information on this festival, I’d love to post it anonymously. Send it to my email address on the sidebar. Now.

  • Holden Magroin

    Well the info on Vegoose is out! The line-up is going to be incredible. Unfortunately, it sounds as if Superfly got a bit greedy. Ticket prices are $150+, not including camping and not including the late shows (main stage music stops at 10:30pm). To me, this sounds like a rip-off, and I’m pissed that it’s concentrating most of the great bands I would want to see around Holloween. Let’s just hope this isn’t a new trend in festivals. Sorry Superfly, but this is no Bonnaroo, its a scam, and my momma didn’t raise no fool.

  • Holden Magroin

    Well the info on Vegoose is out! The line-up is going to be incredible. Unfortunately, it sounds as if Superfly got a bit greedy. Ticket prices are $150+, not including camping and not including the late shows (main stage music stops at 10:30pm). To me, this sounds like a rip-off, and I’m pissed that it’s concentrating most of the great bands I would want to see around Holloween. Let’s just hope this isn’t a new trend in festivals. Sorry Superfly, but this is no Bonnaroo, its a scam, and my momma didn’t raise no fool.