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We are looking for 20-25 volunteers to help with the set-up of the stage for Culture Shock. It is on Thursday April 26, starting at 7am. Shoes required - no flip flops/sandals. Wrenches and gloves welcomed! No experience is required, although basic experience with stage or tech set-up preferred. You don't need to come right at 7am, any and all help is welcomed. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if interested.
AND ONE ABOUT WRISTBAND DISTRIBUTION!!
Due to the weather this past weekend and the incoming rain for the next 2 days, the main stage of Culture Shock will be held on the far side of Admissions Parking Lot to prevent lawn damage.
Side stage will still be held on Main Stage at the Stood.
WELLNESS TENT Tie Dying & Shirt Reconstruction, Face painting, Crafts, Tarot Card Reading plus more
CARNIVAL RIDES Gravetron, Big Slide, Bouncey House, Game Trucks
FOOD Nyota's Ting - a vegan/vegetarian vendor Same ol' greasy/fried stuff Jamboree on Saturday morning brought to you by PSGA with donations from Kneaded Bread Co-op will be selling coffee Saturday morning
RECORD VENDOR Malcolm Tent
ITS GONNA BE AN AWESOME SPECTACULAR CRAAAAAZY KINDA EVENT
MAKE SURE TO GRAB YOUR WRISTBANDS AT THE STOOD STARTING ON FRIDAY AT 2PM AND DON'T FORGET TO SIGN IN YOUR GUESTS!!!
As you probably know, we had a last minute cancellation with Grimes for this year's Culture Shock. As unfortunate as this is, we have no choice but to move on with the festival, and we are proud to announce that her replacement on the lineup will be EMA!
EMA is the current project of Erika M. Anderson, formerly of the band Gowns. She released her debut LP as EMA, 'Past Life Martyred Saints,' last year on Souterrain Transmissions. The album draws equally from folk and noise rock, and is fronted by overtly honest lyrics that deal with abuse, sexuality, and death, among other topics. EMA's live show varies from start to finish, and at any given moment it can recall the intimacy of a folk singer, the raw energy of Nirvana, the stage antics of Yeah Yeah Yeahs, or some combination of the three.
We regret to inform you that Grimes has cancelled her performance at Culture Shock due to promotional reasons. A replacement artist will be announced soon. Here is a video of Grimes explaining the situation: