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Music Events (more headlines) 03-29-2014

MOVE Music Festival Reveals Full Lineup As Albany Readies For Spotlight

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Website: http://www.MoveMusicFest.com

The MOVE Music Festival, presented by Indian Ledge Music Group and Avid Entertainment, announced its full lineup, which includes prominent acts Magic Man, The So So Glos, Shinobi Ninja and goodbyemotel. The festival will make an extended return to New York's capital city in April 2014. Now in its third year, the MOVE Music Festival will consist of over 100 bands performing at ten venues across Albany, NY. It will take place over three days, and will include live music showcases and industry panels from April 25th-April 27th. More information regarding The MOVE Music Festival and the advance wristbands that are now available are on the festival's website.

Several popular acts from throughout the Northeast have added to the buzz surrounding this year's MOVE Music Festival. The lineup includes Magic Man, The So So Glos, Shinobi Ninja, goodbyemotel, Sirsy, and Davenport Cabinet (the founding member of Coheed and Cambria). Due to such lineups, The MOVE Music Festival continues to grow in relevance and popularity, as evidenced by the fact that more than 3,500 acts submitted to perform this year. This was a 40% increase from 2013, and a 70% increase from 2012. In all, more than 100 bands will perform at this year's festival, at more than ten venues.

One of the most appealing features of the MOVE Music Festival is the opportunity for musicians to network. According to the festival's organizers, there will be a merchandise trade show and interactive round table sessions with industry professionals at the Hilton Albany lodging and convention complex in downtown Albany. The round table sessions will "give MOVE artists an intimate opportunity to connect with various companies that will provide vital information, creative solutions and online strategies regarding the development, management and progression of their music careers." Bands can expect to discover a number of diverse perspectives on how to advance their musical endeavors and find new ways to attain sustainability, reach more fans, book shows, promote their music, and market their brand.

Representative of the entire Northeast, the MOVE Music Festival is also the embodiment of Albany's musical renaissance. Exciting new bands have been popping up throughout the capital region, while the city's music venues have been thriving. The MOVE Music Festival is at the forefront of this blossoming scene, as it features several bands from Albany and the surrounding area.



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