2012 Boomslang Festival to lead in a sound weekend

September 19, 2012 by  

The 2012 Boomslang Festival is announced as ‘A Celebration of Sound and Art’ and is a multi-venue, three-day extravaganza featuring art, music, workshops, seminars, and other curiosities.

This year’s festival has an exciting, world-class roster of performing artists from various genres. Like previous years, the 2012 performances are being held in various locations throughout Lexington and at scheduled times but organizers suggest that guests check on their website to see who is performing where and when.

This festival was created in 2009 and is being presented by WRFL – a student radio station that broadcasts live 24-7 and has 7900 watts of power. Boomslang’s aim is to provide all who attend with an eclectic mix of music, art, and entertainment. Just a few of the artists appearing this year include the Jesus and Mary Chain, Doors Open, William Tyler, The Music Tapes, Jeff Mangum, Apollo Brown, and Das Racist. There are many found on the schedule for this action-packed festival, for which guests should come ready to enjoy some stimulating sounds.

Digital flyer printing and poster printing were probably used to promote this festival to the public in the surrounding areas. Admission costs $70 per person for a four-day pass, although other passes are available for individual days.

The Boomslang Festival gets underway tomorrow, September 20, and runs until Sunday, September 24. The event opens at different times each day so, for more information on the schedule, times, locations, and ticket prices, please visit the Boomslang Festival website or call WRFL Radio Station.