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BOUNCE PHASE 1 ANNOUNCED!

April 3, 2013
BOUNCE 2013 PHASE 1 TWAIN, CA

 

BOUNCE 2013 PHASE 1 TWAIN, CA

BOUNCE 2013 PHASE 1 TWAIN, CA

THE BOUNCE ANNOUNCES PHASE 1 LINE-UP

Beats Antique, Rob Garza, BoomBox, GRiZ among 100+ Acts to Perform

 

Fresh Bakin’ is pleased to announce Phase 1 of The Bounce Festival’s 2013 Line-up. The 4-day festival will take place at new, enhanced location in Twain, CA from June 20-24, 2013.

After discovering gorgeous new festival grounds nestled in California’s Feather River Valley, Fresh Bakin’ and The Bounce have chosen to expand the 5th annual Bounce Festival to accommodate more music, camping, and magic. On June 20th – 24th, the wilds of gold mining country in Twain, CA will be transformed into one of California’s most intimate and ecstatic expressions of festival culture.

Featuring a lineup aimed to melt genre horizons through top quality artistry, appearances from festival favorites like Beats Antique, Thievery Corporation’s Rob Garza, LowRiderZ, and Mark Farina will be rounded out by up-and-coming talent such as GRiZ, The Polish Ambassador, nguzunguzu and Wick-It the Instigator. Phase 2 artists will be announced on April 15, 2013.

Tickets for The Bounce include 3 days and nights of camping & onsite parking, and unlimited access to all performances. Ticket additions for Early Arrival, Car Camping, & RV Camping are also available.

The countdown to The Bounce begins on Saturday, April 20th, in Reno, NV, when Fresh Bakin presents The Bounce Pre-Party to heat up the festival community with music from Stanton Warriors, Love and Light, Jpod the Beat Chef, The Pilot, & more. Visit http://bit.ly/Bounce2013Preparty for more information.

 

Returning festival goers will find their beloved beach stage better than ever before, and the river just as refreshing. Expanded campgrounds will echo with both electronic and live music from multiple stages, produced by the foremost event promoter in the Reno/Tahoe area.  First class production and art will arrive from all over California, with special places held for the recipients of festival art grants. A large vending village is forming to provide delicious food and wares representative of the West Coast’s creative culture. Participants are invited to build upon this foundation of festival hallmarks through Street Team, Volunteer, Art, and new Wellness programs.

Discover more information at http://thebouncefestival.com.

THE BOUNCE FESTIVAL 2013
PHASE 1 LINE-UP

(Alphabetical Order)

 

 

Ana Sia

Barisone

Bart and Baker

Bass Science

Benjah Ninjah

Beats Antique

Black Rock City Allstars

Break Science

Boombox

Brass Tax

Buster Blue

Clicks And Whistles

Co. Fee

Coop da Loop

Crush Effect & Vokab Kompany

Cut La Whut?

David Starfire

Delta Nove

DJ CarlO

Dreadsquad

DubCOlinG

dubbel dutch

El Papa Chango

EPROM

Fort Knox Five

Fungineers

G Jones

Gladkill

GRiZ

Groundislava

Hamm FM

Irieyes

JPOD the Beat Chef

Jugoe

Justin Martin

Kidnapped

Knight Riderz

Little John

Love and Light

LowRiderZ (an-ten-nae, DJ Laura and Auberon)

Luminox

Manic Focus

Mark Farina

micah j

Miss Cooper

Mojo Green

Most Custom

My Flag is On Fire

Nadastrom

Natasha Kmeto

Nicoluminous

Nguzunguzu

Paranome

Paul Basic

Phil.Harmonic

PRSN

Pumpkin

The Polish Ambassador

Rob Garza of Thievery Corporation

Sabo

Smasheltooth & Andrew the Pirate

Sparkinzi

SUBLMNL Sound System

Super Tall Paul

S1NTH3S1S

The Rhino

Tim Herrlein, Grant Kaye and Justin Levi

TYMK

Unlimited Aspect

The Utility Players

Wax Romeo

Who Cares

Wick-It the Instigator

Zach Rawlinson

Zeb Early

 

 

 

 

 

 

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NO Tahoe shows till July?

March 25, 2013

No explanation neededWe’ve received some emails and messages…. ”Why no shows in Tahoe till July? Are you mad at us?” HA! No…after 11 years we’ve beat our heads against the wall enough times to realize that in a tourist-influenced economy the shoulder season is a tough time for people! Lots of people are out of work or have way less work, thus don’t have the money to spend on a lot of shows.

Also people are less likely to travel here. Since we pretty much can’t have a show without our buddies at Soulstice Sound around, we decide to lay low, do yoga, eat well and focus on The Bounce, Reno, San Diego and LA. Also…our kick off for summer is going to be AWESOME

 

YEA….THE BOUNCE… we are focusing so much of our energy on THE BOUNCE! Which is going to be the most amazing year yet in our new location.

In the meantime, if you are in Tahoe there are plenty of great times around the shoulder season with people like Chango Loco, Mindful Massive, Crystal Bay Club and others we’re forgetting about at this time putting on shows and parties.

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Be a part of movie history….Fresh Bakin’ and Bryon Evans Films shoots a scene for The Empire Strikes Back: Uncut

January 16, 2013
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People keep asking why we keep asking for extras….well as Star Wars nerds, when we saw the fan project Star Wars: Uncut, we couldn’t believe it what we witnessed. They took Episode 4, A New Hope, and chopped it up into 20 second chunks. Then after the fans went and re-shot the scenes however they wanted to, the producers piece it back together. What results is a non-stop laugh-a-thon (first time typing that!) of mostly low budget, hilarious scenes….sometimes live action, sometimes stop-action with Legos and other toys, sometimes drawings, or other things you’ll never expect. The Star Wars mythology is so embedded in our brains that we all have certain scenes, lines, conversations, etc that totally remind us of Star Wars. When we see these scenes done by other people, but following the continuation of the story, it’s makes for a totally fresh and interesting watch.

So at 1pm Thursday, 1/17, we are meeting at the Mount Rose Meadows to shoot the following scene. The one with Princess Leia is already finished, so we are asking people to wear ski/snowboard gear (dressing ridiculous is totally encouraged) to shoot the scene with Rebels getting ready for the Imperial attack on Hoth Rebel Base.

LEARN MORE HERE  : LINK

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More Firepower to 1 UP

December 7, 2012
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Since we are heading into a big winter in a venue that had previously been a late
night location, I’m going to give everyone a little heads up about our upcoming gigs
at 1Up, located at 214 W Commercial Row.
214 W Commercial Row is a great space, no matter what the name on the outside
reads. It’s a really fantastic size for our type of shows. We can be loud. We can go
late. Drinks aren’t expensive. Be nice to the staff and they’ll be nice back. No one
ever told us what to book, what to charge or how to program our events. You can sit
down on the perimeter or you can get in the thick of it in front of the stage. It has an
actual backstage area. All the staff and security are good to us. These are all aspects
that make it ideal from a production standpoint. There are not many places like it in
the US…we (as a city) are lucky to have a place like this.

When it was WüRK a lot of amazing shows happened there. WüRK was an
interesting place as it turned into the downtown late night spot and people from all
the bars ended up there starting at 2am. It got to be kind of a habit to start putting
our headliners on at 2am. The problem with that format is it alienates a large
portion of fans who can’t or don’t want to stay out that late. We learned however
that if it’s a really well-known act, we can still pack the place by midnight, so…is it
necessary to really put on headliners at 2am? We don’t think so anymore.

So let it be known (is this a DECREE?), unless it is billed as an “afterparty,” expect
the headlining acts performing at 1Up to start their sets between 11:00pm-1am.
We’ll still have support acts after they finish for those who want to keep it going
(it is Nevada with no last call so obviously let’s keep rocking). Basically…for the
comfort and vibe of the audience, venue and artists, we’d rather have the room 2/
3 full with people who are there for the music, than a sold-out room ½-filled with
people oblivious to the awesomeness onstage.