The Dankles crew is hitting the road next week and making its way to “The Birthplace of Aviation” to attend two extremely awesome music festivals that will offer us a taste of what Ohio has to offer it’s music fans. On Saturday September 14th, we will witness the inaugural event that is Breakaway Music Festival at Crew Stadium! The people at Prime Social Group have put together a lineup that will offer fans of any genre the chance to be musically entertained. For more infomation, please read the official press release below and we can’t wait to turn up at Breakaway!
Prime Social Group is proud to announce details of the inaugural Breakaway Music Festival, an all-new concert series presented at Major League Soccer stadiums across the country. Each large-scale event will feature a genre-busting multi-artist bill spanning indie, EDM, pop, hip-hop, and beyond. Each festival date will feature a strong local component, highlighting a thriving local music scene. It’s “Your Field. Your Fest.”
Breakaway Music Festival will kick off on Saturday, September 14 at Columbus Crew Stadium in Columbus, Ohio. The lineup will feature a breathtakingly diverse roster, including Bassnectar, Empire of the Sun, Kendrick Lamar, Columbus’ own Twenty One Pilots, Porter Robinson, Tokyo Police Club, Schoolboy Q, Robert DeLong, American Authors, LA Riots, Stalley, Shreddie Mercury and more. The festival will also feature local acts CJ the DJ & Freaky Franz, Evan Oberla Project, Forest and the Evergreens, Jared Mahone, Kid Runner, Post Coma Network and more. Presale tickets will be available exclusively at www.breakawayfestival.com beginning Tuesday, June 18 at 11AM; general on sale will then get underway on Friday, June 21 at 11AM.
“Prime Social Group is excited to launch this incredible new festival in Columbus. We are particularly thrilled to bridge the gap between sports culture and the music world with Breakaway,” says Prime Social Group Managing Partner Adam Lynn. “I believe this event will break new ground and it’s going to attract music fans from all over.”