Don’t miss Sounddowntown 2008 in Santa Ana tonight!


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Koos is back in Santa Ana and tonight you can enjoy their first concert production, “soundDowntown 2008,” which “is a one-day music festival on Saturday, November 15, featuring a lineup of over 50 locally and nationally recognized bands, DJ’s and performing artists at various venues throughout the Artist’s Village of downtown Santa Ana,” according to their website.

The billing is impressive:

Austin Hartley-Leonard – Bearded Baby – Blank Blue – Bobby Soul – Busdriver – Cheap Date – DJ Dan Oh – DJ Dan Sena – DJ J Hall – DJ Nobody – DJ Pubes – Faded Tequila Wormz – Flying Saucers – Free Moral Agents – Free the Robots – From Elsewhere – Inkblots – Living Suns – Look Daggers – Majic Bullet Theory – Mexican Institute of Sound – MODE – My Hollow Drum – Nalepa – Narodniks – No MSG – Nortec Collective Presents Bostich Fussible – Nosaj Thing – One Way – Peanut – Protect Me – Shepard Fairey – Sparrow Love Crew – Strange Fruit – Tea Long – Teton Songwriters – The Entrance Band – The Growlers – The Hattrix Project – The (International) Noise Conspiracy – Two Guns – Venus Infers – Zechs Marquise – Zutra.

Participating Venues include: The Crosby, The Yost Theater, Bistro 400, Festival Hall, Gypsy Den, Jason’s Downtown, Memphis Santora, Proof, and the CSF Grand Central Art Center.

I wish I could be there, but I am speaking at a Libertarian Party function tonight.  Darn!  Well, enjoy the shows and be sure to let us know what you thought of the acts.

Preferred advance tickets are $10 and general admission is $15 day-of. Event tickets will allow patrons to enter all local venues (some 21 ) curated with entertainment. Venue capacity will range from 50 to 800, so suggested arrival times will vary. Advance tickets are now on sale.  Click to hear the psa.


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