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Published: 2012/03/14

Bassnectar, The Glitch Mob, Shpongle to Headline Lightning in a Bottle Festival

The artist lineup has been announced for the seventh annual Lightning in a Bottle International Music and Arts Festival presented by The Do LaB. This year’s festival features headliners Bassnectar and The Glitch Mob in addition to performances by Shpongle, Tripper, Apparat, EOTO, Big Gigantic, Lucent Dossier Experience, Star Slinger, and Lee Burridge, and more. See below for the full lineup and announcement video.

“We’re proud to bring this community of musicians and friends back together again for its biggest, most realized vision of music, consciousness, and sustainability efforts in the hills of Southern California,” said Jesse Flemming, co-founder, The Do LaB.

For more information about Lightning in a Bottle, and to purchase tickets, visit the festival’s official website..

Yoga, Speaker, and Workshop lineups will be released in the coming weeks.

The Do LaB's Lightning in a Bottle 2011 - Official Video from The Do LaB on Vimeo.

Here’s the festival’s lineup in alphabetical order.

Adham Shaikh
Alexi Delano
An-ten-nae
Android Cartel
Anton Tumas
Apparat
Bassnectar
Big Gigantic
Bluetech
Derek Marin
El Papachango
EOTO
Fungineers
GAUDI
GoldRush
Govinda
Gramatik
Grant Kaye
Gravity
Hopscotch
idiot Savant
J.Phlip
Janover
Jeremy Sole
Jesse Rose
Jupit3r
Justin Levi
Justin Martin
Kalya Scintilla
Karsh Kale
Lafa Taylor
Lee Burridge
Lila Rose
LYNX
Malarky
Marley Carroll
Michal Menert
Mikey Lion
Minnesota
Nick Warren
NiT GriT
OPIUO
Pumpkin
R/D
Random Rab
Red Sonya
Russ Liquid
Salva
Sammy Bliss
SaQi Ensemble
Shpongle
Sidecar Tommy
Star Slinger
Sugarpill
The Glitch Mob
The Human Experience
Thriftworks
Tim Herrlein
Tipper
Zach Moore

Comments

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spikenyc March 14, 2012, 11:46:02

Ugh! I thought this website is named “Jambands.com”?
These are not even bands!
WTF?!!!

Sam Martin March 14, 2012, 18:34:09

not to totally disagree with you “spikenyc” EOTO is hgue on the jamband scene, and Gig G plays with Umphrey’s quite often, and The Glitch Mob perform with a bass, drums, synths, keyboard and guitar….that sounds like a band to me. Jus’ Sayin.
Good music is good music….period…even though I get the point your are making.

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