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Strange Parts w/ Camp Candle & Long Spells
Thursday, March 23rd Doors at 8pm, 21+ $8 advance, $10 at the door
05:30pm - load in / sound check 08:00pm - doors
09:00pm - Long Spells (30 minute set, 15 minute change over) 09:45pm - Camp Candle (30 minute set, 15 minute change over) 10:30pm - Strange Parts (30-45 minute set)
Shady Grove Music Fest 2016
Here is the official lineup and schedule for the 2015 Shady Grove Music Fest!
Gates open at 11am.
fiancé - 7:30 Three Man Cannon - 6:15 Universal Funk Order - 5:00 The Limits - 4:15 Camp Candle - 3:30 Maiden Names - 2:30 Little Strike - 1:45 E.B. Hawkins Band - 12:45 Frisco - Noon
Food Trucks, beer and wine, live art.
Tickets: $15. Free entry for children under 12.
Proceeds benefit the Gild Hall Restoration Fund.
Waterfront Sessions feat. Reef the Lost Cauze + Camp Candle
Camp Candle Waterfront Sessions feat. Reef the Lost Cauze + Camp Candle with:Reef the Lost Cauze Spruce Street Harbor Park Columbus Boulevard at Spruce Street Philadelphia, PA Spruce Street Harbor Park Waterfront Sessions live music series featuring local musicians every Thursday night (6/9 - 8/25).
REEF THE LOST CAUZE W/ LIVE BAND + CAMP CANDLE Thursday July 14th, 6:30-9:30pm
REEF THE LOST CAUZE https://www.facebook.com/lostcauze
Reef The Lost Cauze is a Philadelphia emcee with his sights set on the top of the hip hop game. While some emcees are strictly studio and basic battle cats, Reef brings well-rounded talent to the table with formidable stage presence, skills of the pen and a ferocious freestyle ability. HIs latest offering, "Fight Music" features Jedi MInd Tricks front man Vinnie Paz, legendary street lyricist Kook G. Rap and more. Reef is geared up to hiit the road this fall in support of his collaborative project, "King & The Cauze" with King Magnetic. The project boasts features from Joell Ortiz, Saigon and more with production by Marco Polo, Stoupe the Enemy of Mankind and others.
Two friends from Philadelphia trek through the crossroads of life with their music and a smile. She is Hetepsa, he is Nu Ra. They are Camp Candle.
Camp Candle draws their influences from many places. You can find hints of synth pop, hip hop, indie rock, soul, and many other styles of music. Nu Ra, who does 1/2 of the production starts the instrumentation. When Hetepsa brings her flavor, she moves the music along with her lyrics and voice. When it's all melted together, it can only be described as Camp Candle.