Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Treasure Fest benefit on Friday

Posted By on Wed, Mar 30, 2011 at 11:43 AM

This Friday, at The World Famous Milestone Club, they will be holding for a benefit for the upcoming multi-venue Charlotte based music festival, Treasure Fest.

Treasure Fest will be held throughout the Plaza-Midwood area May 20-21 featuring underground musical artists from all over the east coast, particularly our Southeast region. Including marvelous acts such as Philidelphia based Mose Giganticus, Atlanta's The Emotron and local gems like Andy the Doorbum, 25 Minutes to Go, Appalucia, Harvard, Blossoms and Junior Astronomers — it will certainly be an event you won't want to miss.

For a complete line up visit: Treasure Fest's website where you can also purchase tickets for $25, a steal for such a large array of talented musicians over the course of two days.

Nonetheless, come out this Friday night and get a small taste of what is to come with some of Charlotte and Long Island's most enjoyable indie and for southern sake, muddy Catawba country. Our own Harvard and Great Architect are bound to get your head swinging while Appalucia will get the indie kids hooting and hollering so Long Island's Robbers can close in the night, who judging from what I've heard are a rad act that shouldn't be missed while they are here (they sadly aren't attending Treasure Fest).


Come out, support Treasure Fest and have a great night of sweet jams and stiff drinks at the Milestone. $7-9 will be a small price to pay to a good cause in exchange for the fantastic eve and days ahead in May.

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