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Thursday, 11.Sep.2003

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NORCAL NOISEFEST 2003


(aka northern california experimental music festival 2003)
OCTOBER 3-5, 2003
Presenting 33 of the most diverse and unusual artists in north American
experimental music

Admission is $5 per day and all shows are all-ages.
OR, memberships can be purchased for $20, at the door or in advance
at TONEVENDOR, 1812 J Street, Sacramento, which includes:

Admission to all Noisefest shows
Noisefest 2003 compilation CD
Noisefest 2003 T-shirt
Noisefest 2003 button

Free earplugs! (with strings attached)

FRIDAY OCTOBER 3
7:00 PM-1:00 AM

LUNA'S CAFE--1414 16th Street
$5 admission, all ages
(916)441-3931

Machiner, Klowd, Pedestrian Deposit, Randy Yau, PCRV, Xome, Stimbox,
Sickness, Thomas Dimuzio

SATURDAY OCTOBER 4
7:00 PM-1:00 AM

CAPITOL GARAGE--1427 L Street
$5 admission, all ages
(916)444-3633

The Jihad, All Tomorrow's Zombies, Kristal Marimba Lounge, Thomas Helton,
Noggin, Products of Conception, Abstractions, C.J. Reaven Borosque,
Instagon, Klondike & York, Michelle Webb, Floyd Diebel

SUNDAY OCTOBER 5
6:00 PM-12:00 AM

CAPITOL GARAGE--1427 L Street
$5 admission, all ages

UFO As Bacteria, Pest, Big City Orchestra, Vertonen, Contact Mic Arts
Union, Chachi Jones, Delayed Sleep, Control, Moe! Staiano, Critical
Theatre, Uberkunst, Clew of Theseus

More information is available at www.norcalnoisefest.com

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From:lograh
Date:10:03 11.Sep.2003 (UTC)
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Actually, Luna's proved to be a fine venu for the fest last year. The staff were grooving on the performances, and the audiance (and performers) were grooving on the eats and drinks. From what I could tell, it worked out well all around.
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From:lograh
Date:12:30 11.Sep.2003 (UTC)
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yeah, the playing area is small and there's not much room for tables in front of it, I hear ya there. About 3 or so performers got around this by picking up their act and wandering around the room with it, sometimes crawling between tables, sometimes walking between listeners.

On the other hand, a lot of noise performers are so intent on their "instruments" that they rarely notice if anyone's even around. :)
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