Music festival adds 60 acts to its line up

January 27, 2012 by  

The Bamboozle festival is New Jersey’s biggest music festival. This is because it features some of the most popular bands in the world. Festival officials have recently announced that they have added 60 new acts to the festival line up.

Some of the bands that will perform at the 2012 event include Jimmy Eat World, the All American Rejects, the Foo Fighters, Incubus and Bon Jovi. Jersey Shore fans will be delighted to hear that Pauly D (Paul DelVecchio) will be spinning records at the event.

The festival began ten years ago in Asbury Park. Very soon after, more and more New Jersey residents attended. Some people came from towns as far as Northvale and Cherry Hill. Due to the increased popularity of the festival, it was moved to the Giants Stadium parking lot. This year event organizers will be using the boardwalk for extra space.

Events like this are great for the local economy. Many food outlets and bars have benefit from increased sales. Printing companies also do well as event organizers utilize printing services for flyers and posters. This event has a strong marketing campaign. This is a positive sign as good marketing usually results in a large turnout. The more people know about an event, the more tickets are sold. It seems that organizers have done well with advertising as the festival is so well known that many attendees are coming in from New York and other states.

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