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Press Release

SONIC BLOOM, the nation’s premier boutique electronic music festival, is pleased to announce their initial lineup including Tipper, EOTO, The Polish Ambassador, Ott, Random Rab, Desert Dwellers and more. The festival will once again be held during the Summer Solstice on  +June 19-22, 2014, at a gorgeous new site location, The American Safari Ranch in South Park, Colorado.
Featuring a breathtaking 360 degree mountain panorama and views of the continental divide, this new site in South Park is purely Colorado. The size of the site will allow for a car camping option, meaning no more shuttles, just a short walk from the stage to cars and campsites. There will be an indoor saloon with a bar, games and a DJ booth and VIP packages will include multiple optional on-site lodging packages.

 In his only appearance in Colorado in 2014, Tipper will be performing two sets at SONIC BLOOM with accompaniment from legendary visual artists Android Jones & Johnathan Singer. SONIC BLOOM is also pleased to present the return of EOTO who played their very gig at the first SONIC BLOOM back in 2006 plus The Polish Ambassador, “the world’s funkiest diplomat.”

Unifying a cast of some of the world’s most electrifying musicians, performers, visionaries and artist, SONIC BLOOM, is an inspiring showcase of the best Colorado’s vibrant EDM scene and is at the forefront of the transformative festival movement. SONIC BLOOM has been credited for helping to break the careers of Bassnectar, The Glitch Mob, Beats Antique and Pretty Lights as it is known for discovering and hosting the most progressive electronic innovators and live electronic acts with styles that span the electronic music spectrum: from the highly celebrated to completely unknown.
In that spirit, this marks the first year of The Road to SONIC BLOOM Tour, which will send a roving lineup of present, past and future SONIC BLOOM, Sonic Blossom and The Unified Field performers across the country to spread the BLOOM vibe. A combination of wildly varied lineup of DJs, producers, live electronic acts, with painters, dancers and performance artists will criss-cross the country this spring as we approach the summer festival. See a full list of dates and cities below.
Early-Bloomer ticket sales will be on sale soon.  For more information on SONIC BLOOM, please visit the official website:
Road to SONIC BLOOM Tour Dates:
Mar. 06 – Rebar – Seattle, WA
Mar. 07 – Refuge – Portland, OR
Mar. 08 – Domino Room – Bend, OR
Mar. 15 – WOW Music Hall – Eugene, OR
Mar. 19 – Canal Club – Richmond, VA
Mar. 20 – 8×10 – Baltimore, MD
Apr. 04 – 1904 Music Hall, Jacksonville, FL
Apr. 05 – The Nest, Miami, FL
Apr. 10 – The Parish, Austin, TX
Apr. 11 – Easter Island Festival, Keetonville, OK
May 2-3 Cervantes, Denver, CO

Instagram: Quotes

“Few events encapsulate Colorado’s electronic music scene like the sold out SONIC BLOOM”
Denver Post, 2013

“Fusing the freewheeling spirit of jam-based acts with the dance-floor-driven aesthetics of electronic music, this festival offers a fresh take”
Denver Westword, 2010

“One for the books”
Got Bass Music, 2012

“A must-see concert experience”
Colorado Daily, 2011

“Colorado’s biggest little music festival.”
Magnetic Magazine, 2012

“Quickly becoming one of the summer’s most highly anticipated events”
Headstash Magazine, 2012

“Sonic Bloom has grown to be one of the greatest showcases of all things beautiful in the electronica music scene”
Marquee Magazine, 2012

“Sonic Bloom takes the idea of a music festival and pairs it with the Burning Man philosophy of generosity, creativity, self-expression, and a fully immersive sensory experience”
Live Music Blog, 2012

“Sonic Bloom festival has delivered yet another stellar line up that stacks up against even the largest festivals in the country.”,2012

“SONIC BLOOM has become synonymous with cutting edge electronic music.”
Listen Up Denver, 2012

“Truly an unmatched sensation at any gathering I’ve ever been to, the smiles were enough to call it success”
Lost In Sound, 2012