Atlantic City Weekly will be bringing you live photos, blogs and more from the DMBC festival this weekend at Bader Field in Atlantic City.
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"LineRocket Entertainment plans to become the sole source of EDM music festivals in Atlantic City and we have some big plans to bring the top artists in the world for Memorial Day weekend and ..."
Along with a new Orion Festival news ticker added to the band's site, Metallica has added a Damage Inc. stage that will feature "lots of cool, heavy, thrash and punk bands."
"[Atlantic City's] location was really central. You’ve got good facilities, it’s not, you know, like 39 miles on some two-lane country road — that kind of vibe, you know, so it’s just the fact that it’s practical, there’s a lot of facilities and since we’re not doing like a camping thing we thought it would be good to be close to infrastructure so the fans do have like the backbone of a place like Atlantic City at their disposal."
Plus Valentine's Day dining deals at Absecon Lighthouse and Lucy the Elephant, the Album of the Week (Dr. Dog) and Drew Toonz.
Plus African-American Heritage Museum of Southern NJ hosts African basket exhibit; the Album of the Week; and Drew Toonz
Dave Matthews Band 'Live in Atlantic City' is available for pre-ordering. The 2-CD set will be released Dec. 13, and will include the band’s headlining concert on June 26, the final night of the Atlantic City DMBC festival.
Among the gems designed to extend the shoulder season beyond Labor Day is an idea from musician, entrepreneur and long-time Ocean City resident Herb “Bubba” Birch — bolstering a 27-year-old fall block party weekend with what is being dubbed the inaugural Ocean City Boardwalk Music Festival.
Interview with Chris Funk of the Decemberists: "I don't really look where we're going until I'm on the road these days."
There were aerial views, all right, and they showed tens of thousands of people at Bader Field having the times of their lives. With the exception of some brief tie-ups at the Albany Avenue monument — which jams up on a Tuesday night in January — there was no traffic purgatory.
Thousands of people — from all over the region and country, and some from abroad — trickled into Bader Field throughout the day on Friday, from when doors opened at 1pm till close to 9pm.