Some of the acts include Kero (Ontario), Project 313 (Detroit), Sensory Overload (Philadelphia) and Rex Sepulveda, who founded D records with world renowned DJ Richie Hawtin (aka Plastikman).
Aside from an already stellar musical lineup featuring acts such as Toubab Krewe, Perpetual Groove, Telepath, SeepeopleS, Dubconscious and Laura Reed and Deep Pocket, to name a short few, the Vortex Music Festival will also be doing a Manna Food Bank Promotion.
Festival attendees who bring at least 2 cans of non-perishable food
items to the civic center will receive a raffle ticket to win an acoustic guitar with a hard case. One guitar will be raffled away both evenings and the collected food items given to the Asheville Manna Food Bank.
Also, recently announced is a special advanced ticket promotion. Purchase a ticket at the Asheville Civic Center on Saturday June 21st from 10am to 12pm (noon) for the first night of the Vortex Festival ($30) and receive a ticket to the second night for free! ($30)
The Vortex Music Festival is thrilled to be involved with the Moog Foundation (founded by Asheville native Bob Moog), which among many things, offers endowed music scholarships to students interested in furthering their pursuit of education in the field of electronic music, as well as raising money for the Bob Moog Museum, which houses Bob's personal and professional archives, including writings, photos, instruments, schematic drawings, articles written by and about him, an extensive collection of electronic music, and other Moog artifacts. The goal is to make this an educational, interactive museum open to students, researchers, music historians, and for all people interested in engaging with the Moog legacy. For More information on the Bob Moog Foundation please visit: www.moogfoundation.org