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CT's Fauxchella Music Festival May 3rd, 2014!

The bella 'chella

The bella ‘chella

Connecticut’s music scene is fantastic, and this year, at one of the best small venues in the state, the Fauxchella festival is being held onMay 3rd.  With 4 stages (the only all ages being The Space itself), Fauxchella CT has done a good job of capturing that big fest feel within a relatively small space.  Bands range in genre from punk to hip hop and over two dozen bands are playing.  The big name here is Pissed Jeans, who’ve played SXSW and made a massive career with their noise rock sound.

Amongst the lineup are CT local heroes Two Humans, who’ve broken up but are playing final shows, and they’re on the all ages stage (thank god).  Over the years, Two Humans has captured the hearts of both natives and nonresidents alike.  The Guru’s also on there, probably the most fun and danciest band and I can’t wait to see ’em live again.
There’ll be vendors and artists, interactive art displays, a vintage shops, and I think that it’s exactly what CT needs.  Though we’re kinda broken up into different scenes (house shows, punk, indie, folk, etc), this lineup is bound to bring all of those together.
Most importantly, the all ages stage will have: Pissed Jeans, Chalk Talk, The Guru, Heavy Breath, Two Humans, The DustBusters, and a few others.  The rest of the stages are 21+, which is a bummer, but those playing on the 3 other stages include Kung Fu, McLovins, MC Paul Barman, Ceschi, Snooty Garland, Violent Mae, and The Backyard Committee.
Tickets are $16 or $18 (depending on whether you’re only going to the all ages stage or not) in advance, which is incredibly inexpensive for a show like this.  Be sure to pick up tickets, stop by, and remember why Connecticut is so damn cool.
So screw you Coachella and your celeb studded pre packaged garbage- we have the real thing right here.  C’mon out!

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