This years Gem and Jam Music Festival 2013 in Tuscon Arizona will include some pretty big names that you will want to check out for sure!!
Thank you for your interest in vending at Gem and Jam Music Festival 2013 in Tuscon Arizona . We are looking forward to another great year. Please read through the following information and let us know if you have any other questions.
Gem and Jam Music Festival 2013 in Tuscon Arizona: The vending area will be outside, with a limited number of roaming vendors. Only event attendees, performers, and staff will have access to the vending area.
Gem and Jam Music Festival 2013 in Tuscon Arizona will take place at The Hut, Thursday-Saturday, Feb. 7-9 2013. There will be performances on the inside and outside stages.
Gem and Jam Music Festival 2013 in Tuscon Arizona Set up begins on Thursday at 4pm- please be set up by door time, 8:30pm.
Gem and Jam Music Festival 2013 in Tuscon Arizona will provide with electricity, however you will be responsible for your own tables, chairs, and any lighting you may need.
Space is very limited at Gem and Jam Music Festival 2013 in Tuscon Arizona for vendors and the set up is limited to a 8ft by 5ft area, with no more than 2 people.
A vending fee of $250 is required as a deposit to hold your spot, and is due within 7 days of being accepted as a vendor, payable by money order or cash- No Checks unless you have vended with Gem and Jam Music Festival in Tuscon Arizona in the past. The fee includes vending privileges for Feb 7th-9th.
There is also a limited number of “Walking Vendor” passes. This does not allow for a permanent set up, but rather if you have cases, tshirts, etc. that you can contain within yourself, a case, or even a wagon. A vending fee of $125 is required as a deposit to hold your spot and is due within 7 days of being accepted as a vendor, payable by check or cash. The fee includes walking vending privileges for the duration of the event and 1 event pass. No one will be allowed to vend without a booth vendor pass or a walking vendor pass. Anyone attempting to, will be asked to leave. This will be strictly enforced. Gem and Jam Music Festival
Tucson Gem and Jam Festival 2013 Musicians
Michal Menert is the first artist signed to Pretty Lights Music, after co-producing Pretty Lights’ debut album, “Taking Up Your Precious Time (2006)” and contributing to a handful of the project’s tracks afterward. In 2010 he released his first full-length solo album, entitled “Dreaming Of A Bigger Life.” He also performs with Paul Basic under
NiT GriT is the devious machination of 24 year old San Jose, California native, Danny Beall. A relative newcomer to the scene, Dan has rapidly gained a substantial following. Influenced by genres such as IDM, D&B, Glitch, and Breakcore, Dan has spent the past 4 years producing and experimenting under several different monikers. His latest
From coast to coast and beyond, the electronic music spectrum has shifted radically to the low end, generating ribcage-rattling blasts from the underground on up. Tucked away in the heart of the Rocky Mountains, the Boulder-Denver-Ft.Collins triangle is the epicenter of this low-frequency onslaught, producing some of the biggest names in the game. At the
Emerging from his own distinct corner of the West Coast electronic music scene, Random Rab offers a powerful and unique contribution to sonic exploration. Often referred to as “The Master of Emotion” his music is patently beautiful and melodic. With diverse influences ranging from trip-hop, classical and Arabic to bass driven compositions, his songs are
The Polish Ambassador
Polish Ambassador shows are not a quick fuck. The music is not about pounding your body into submission. It’s a passionate love-making affair, with subtle waves and profound emotion. You will be caressed. You will be teased. You will be bounced. You will be gyrated towards a higher frequency of happiness. For the Polish Ambassador
DJ Vadim has become well respected as an innovator in a number of areas during his career, “a veteran presence in the DJ community as well as one of the foremost producers in too many communities to count, Vadim is never running out of ideas” (URB Magazine). During a career that is approaching its twentieth
Herobust HeRobust – Hayden Kramer, known as HeRobust, is an Atlanta based producer that has been blending genres ever since he emerged onto the electronic music scene in early 2011. HeRobust’s debut EP, Albumin, was released on Saturate Records in February of 2011 and was quickly recognized by industry leaders such as XLR8R, Vice, and
Russ Liquid Set apart from other up-and-coming West Coast bass music producers by his extensive world-touring history and performance experience, Russ Liquid brings a much-needed injection of melody and emotion to the thriving dance floor community. Classically trained on the piano, trumpet, saxophone and flute, Russ Liquid spent his early 20’s touring the Caribbean and
Mission… To produce and perform music that uplifts the spirit of the listener, while allowing for the natural ebb and flow of light and dark.. Melodies channeled from within, Rhythms from around the world and Beats and Bass that sway the body into ecstatic release….Keeping it smooth and Sexy while tapping into the unlimited realms
Signal Path began in the mountains of Missoula, MT in 2001 where they forged a unique brand of electronic dance music by splicing technology with raw instrumentalism. Now thriving in one of the most explosive electronic scenes in the country, the Denver based band creates powerful studio work and wildly popular live shows. Playing to
Project Aspect In 2008, Jay Jaramillo developed ProJect Aspect, a progressive new paradigm for exploring music and engaging with the community. With over 12 years of dedicated musical experience, three of which were spent producing electronic music, Jaramillo has honed a highly developed style instantly recognizable and uniquely his own. With a pair of the
The Flying Skulls
The Flying Skulls are a hard-hitting West Coast production crew that rocks dub-step, live mpc sets, and stage-raging electronic music. The Skulls have made a name for themselves by destroying festival dancefloors and leaving a trail of ecstatic music fans across the US. Since their inception in 2008, their own brand of slippery basslines, crunked out
Colorado’s Octopus Nebula has recently opened up on the scene, impressing audiences far and wide with their new style of music that blends elements of electronic, ambient, downtemps, breakbeat, rock, acid jazz, and ethereal grooves. Originally formed in 2004, the current incarnation coalesced in 2008 and consists of Fleeb Thomas on bass, Robin Bloch on
Future Simple Project
Future Simple Project An amalgamation of music & movement featuring audio performers Miraja & Mousterious and dancers led by MaQi Star. Blurring genres of bass music and organic electronica, they are often joined by special live guest musicians and vocalists. Together this dynamic group weaves a ravishing visual soundscape intertwined with pretty melodies, complex rhythms,
Sporeganic is a multi-instrumental audio/visual artist from Portland Oregon. After 10 years of producing, he is sweeping up and down the west coast, dropping his signature style of glitched out sacred bass music. Mixing the eastern mystic vibrations with the west coast bass style, his performances are more like a ritual for him. Sporeganic has
The Digital Connection
The Digital Connection (Got Bass, MHSM) is the musical vision of Colorado native Ricky Shine. Since 2009 DC has been tearing crowds apart armed to the teeth with an arsenal of brilliant melodic patterns and soul crunching basslines. After slaying crowds in Denver, Fort Collins, and Boulder, DC is ready to take over the world
SMASH & GRAB
Comprised of Jerome Forney and Andrew Ribotto, S&G was initially launched as a minimal techno project. The duo continues to evolve their production into all realms of the EDM sphere from house to techno to electro, glitch and 2-stepped drum and bass garage vibes. S&G is pushing out driving and energetic tracks that pair fresh
Among all of the new artists that are entering the world of electronic music you will find one diamond in the rough. Phoseph’s wide range of previous live shows give you just a taste of his versatility that continues to secure his support from the local DJ community in Tucson, Arizona. His song selection is
Griffin March understands the power of mellowed-out music. As DJ Bogl, he delves into next-level dance music to unearth the understated, beat-heavy tracks that color his eclectic mixes–although he’ll also drop a massive, dirty rhythm on a sweaty crowd when the time is right.
One of the Co-Founders of The Mile High Sound Movement. Meshing elevated lyrics with some of the best production around thanks to M.H.S.M. A one man wrecking crew when it comes to live performance. You don’t need much to play amazing music live, my lyrics and energy speak for themselves. I strive to be positive
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At a time when it seems like many producers and DJs are leaning more and more towards aggressive music, Afro Monk is doing just the opposite and bringing the romance back to the dance floor with downtempo sounds and chilled-out future beats. Combining fluid melodies, sultry rhythms and hypnotic bass, Afro Monk uses lush yet