Wilco's Solid Sound Fest Tickets Now On Sale
Updated 4:30 p.m. The "early worm" tickets are sold out. But the "early bird" tickets for $124 are still available.
"Early Worm" tickets are sold out. "Early Bird" tickets now available for $124: solidsoundfestival.com— Solid Sound Festival (@solidsoundfest) November 30, 2012
Updated 2:00 p.m.: Tickets are going fast. There are less than 100 "early worm" tickets left.
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — Tickets for the 2013 Solid Sound Festival went on sale Friday with an "early worm special."
Tickets for the three-day festival organized by Wilco are $99 in limited quantity now and when they sell out, another batch of limit quantity tickets will be $124 and eventually $149. They are available here.
The festival featuring musicians, artists and comedians begins on Friday, June 21, and will conclude on Sunday, June 23, at Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art.
A full lineup has not yet been announced. Campsites at Noel Field, dubbed "Solid Ground," will also return with sites for $90 per tent — with a maximum of four people per tent — and $120 for an RV.
The band canceled last year's festival which draws thousands to the downtown in favor of touring to promote their new album. However, they did return to MoCA for a benefit concert.
Check out some of our photos from the 2011 event here.
Wilco To Debut New Single At MoCA
Solid Sound and Wilco return to Mass MoCA on the weekend of June 24. According to the festival's website, all the early bird and return tickets have been sold out. All that's remaining is the $124.50 three-day pass.
The event is expected to bring upwards of 5,000 concertgoers to the city and surrounding area. We'll try to update with tidbits and whatnot that we come across as the date approaches.
That includes news that Wilco will release a single — on vinyl — at the festival.
Jambands reports the self-released 7-inch will have the new "I Might" on the A side and a cover of Nick Lowe's "I Love My Label" on the B side. The record premieres at Mass MoCA before it's released to the world.
Along with the musicians and comedians will be a micropower radio station, WTNG. A post on Radio Survivor describes the station as "a laptop and microphone driving a mixer, PA and small transmitter." The microstation was part of a pop-up record store in Chicago's Wicker Park. The man who set up the station, Michael, told Radio Survivor he was planning to join the festival in June.
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