Guthrie poised to become epicenter of music festivals again this fall
Oklahoma City (April 30, 2015) – Dream Portal Productions presents TALOA Music Festival September 25-27, 2015, in Guthrie, OK. The all-ages festival will take place in the Cottonwood Flats, just blocks away from historic downtown. TALOA taps an eclectic blend of down tempo, electro, funk, soul, jazz, hip-hop, bluegrass and folk (new grass), blues-rock and red dirt stylings that will please the musical palates of multiple generations.
Established artists like Jeff Austin Band, Andy Frasco & the U.N., The Damn Quails and The Werks capture root-based sounds, while artists like Late Night Radio, Krooked Drivers, Eliot Lipp and Resonant Frequency deliver exciting, original compositions that have captivated the attention of music lovers worldwide. TALOA rounds out the lineup with fan favorites: theNEWDEAL, Random Rab, Marco Benevento and Zoogma. Additional announcements will be made periodically to highlight other surprise artists in the lineup. In the meantime, concert enthusiasts are encouraged to let their minds run wild – TALOA producers have promised multiple unexpected collaborations!
TALOA hopes to achieve an inspirational, intimate atmosphere where imagination can blossom through the inclusion of arts, including visual, performance, yoga, presentation, workshops and a kids’ tent. “By presenting our audience with visionary art from all walks of life, we hope to encourage free expression and mutual respect, ideally opening new doorways for creativity and open mindedness,” said Katiel Gray, Art & Energy Coordinator, TALOA Music Festival. TALOA will also feature activities such as a national Spikeball tournament, which is an increasingly popular game.
TALOA has a variety of community-based, goodwill efforts in the works for the City of Guthrie, including a book drive, food drive and musical instrument donation station. “The core value of our production efforts is to improve local communities. We want to make a positive impact on people’s lives by creating a festival experience that people will never forget,” said Nathan Trotter, Founder and Executive Producer, TALOA Music + Art Festival.
Festival attendees can take advantage of the Early Bird Special now through May 18 at TALOAfestival.com: a three-day General Admission pass costs $69 and VIP passes are $199. Camping passes start at $25.
TALOA offers a variety of sponsorship levels and methods, including category exclusivity and social tie-ins. To learn more about sponsorships, contact hello@TALOAfestival.com. For more information about the festival visit TALOAfestival.com and follow TALOA on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
About TALOA Festival:
Established in 2015, TALOA’s mission is to bring the best music and arts to Oklahoma in celebration of mutual respect, free expression and thankfulness for all that we have. The word TALOA is derived from the Native American term meaning “to sing”. TALOA Founder and Executive Producer Nathan Trotter chose the name as a tribute to his Native American roots and heritage that can be experienced daily in Oklahoma lives.