deja Mi announces deja Fest

Submitted on Jun 24, 2011

deja Mi—the Triangle’s newest and most innovative media sharing application—is proud to present deja Fest, a free event July 22 & 23 in downtown Raleigh. In cooperation with Hopscotch Music Festival, deja Fest will features Surfer Blood, Active Child, Free Energy, Wye Oak, Hooray For Earth, AC Slater, Nick Catchdubs, Patty Hurst Shifter, Old Bricks, BJ Barham (of American Aquarium), Urban Sophisticates, and many more. The party coincides with the launch of deja Mi’s mobile and web application for capturing, sharing, and reliving experiences via photos and video.

The party begins Friday, July 22 at Tir Na Nog, The Pour House, Slim’s, Kings Barcade, and Neptunes Parlour from 6 p.m. - 2 a.m. It culminates on East Cabarrus St. in front of the Lincoln Theatre Saturday, July 23 from 1 p.m. to 11 p.m. (followed by the after party inside the Lincoln until 2 a.m.). Music and fun are FREE to the public throughout the weekend.

For a complete schedule and more information please visit: 

What:   deja Fest

When:  Friday, July 22 & Saturday, July 23, 2011

Where: Tir Na Nog, The Pour House, Slim’s, Kings Barcade, Neptunes Parlour, and Lincoln Theatre in downtown Raleigh

Cost:    FREE

Surfer Blood
Active Child
Free Energy
Wye Oak
Hooray For Earth
AC Slater
Nick Catchdubs
Patty Hurst Shifter
Old Bricks
BJ Barham (of American Aquarium)
Jack the Radio
Urban Sophisticates
Cowtown String Band
Static Minds
The Hell No
Double Dare w/ Apple Juice Kid
J Timber
The Larchmont Trash

deja Fest Schedule

Learn more about deja Mi here

From the April shows celebrating our new lineup (collecting $1000 and lots of food for the Triangle Red Cross) to our recent schedule announcement bringing the festival’s total to 150 bands and 13 venues, Hopscotch has built on the success of its inaugural year by offering fans more in 2011. Thanks to partnerships like these with Deja Mi, we are happy to continue supporting live music in North Carolina and its capital city.

Tickets to the Hopscotch Music Festival, Sept. 8-10, are still available

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