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Sonic Voyage Fest fall dates for New York and Michigan

North America's traveling progressive music festival, Sonic Voyage, will carry on their journey this fall with a series of events in New York and Michigan from October 16 through November 28. Joe Deninzon & Stratospheerius will be familiar to our readers, and they feature on most of the dates. A number of other artists will fill out the bills for a chance to hear some new music.

by Jon Davis, Published 2015-09-22

Here are some of the details:

  • October 16: Stratospheerius, Shadow Eden, and Lovetester at Olives in Nyack (Rockland County), NY. Olives info.
  • October 23: Stratospheerius, Tiles, Faded Main, and Discipline at Diesel Concert Lounge in Chesterfiled, MI (near Detroi)t. Get your tickets at etix.
  • October 30: Stratospheerius, Rob Balducci, and Shadow Eden at Gussy’s in Astoria, NY. Gussy’s info. Special Halloween Show.
  • November 13: Shadow Eden and Ad Astra at CyberCafe West in Binghamton, NY. Info.
  • November 28: Joe Stump, Shadow Eden, Stratospheerius & Ad Astra at Even Flow in Bay Shore (Long Island), NY. Info.

Filed under: Festivals

Related artist(s): Discipline, Stratospheerius (Joe Deninzon)

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