Drone Not Drones unveils lineup for 28-hour concert at the Cedar
Low is just one of the bands set to take part in the 28-hour Drone Not Drones performance
Photo By Emily Utne
Back in December when Gimme Noise last talked with Luke Heiken, the man behind Drone Not Drones, he mentioned that plans were in the works for a live 28-hour Drone-In performance at the Cedar Cultural Center.
Now that intriguing, one-of-a-kind show is beginning to take shape, as the Cedar just announced that the Drone Not Drones performance is set to take place on February 7 and 8. A long list of talented Minnesota music luminaries set to take part in the day-long drone fest has been revealed, with the groundbreaking performance serving as a benefit concert for Doctors Without Borders.
Full details are still emerging regarding when participants will perform, and how exactly the 28-hour performance will go down, but the initial list of artists and bands who are set to participate in the Drone Not Drones show is quite impressive:
Prairie Fire Lady Choir
Peace Drone (duo from Flavor Crystals & Magic Castles)
Chris Rose aka Robust Worlds
Nate Nelson aka American Cream
Noise Queen Ant
John Zuma Saint-Pelvyn
Kevin Cosgrove aka Transitional Species
Other representation from:
The Cloak Ox
Daughters of the Sun
Visions of Christ
Signal to Trust
Spaghetti Western String Co
Heiken mentioned that he planned to webcast the entire performance, so hopefully that will happen for those who can't make it through the entire show, but still want to tune in to the drone-driven musical festivities.
Tickets for Drone Not Drones go on sale on Friday, January 10, at noon, and will be $10 in advance, $20 at the door, with proceeds going directly to the benevolent folks at Doctors Without Borders.
As more information becomes available, we will continue to provide updates for this one-of-a-kind event. In the meantime, you can check the Cedar's event page for current information, as well as RSVP and be kept up to date via the show's Facebook page. You can also sign up at the Drone Not Drones website to get updates about the show, webcast, and the cause.
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