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DUBLAB’s 15th ~ Sept. 27th

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Adventurous web radio pioneers dublab.com, one of our inspirations here in the city of Los Angeles, are celebrating 15 years of broadcasting with a massive party on Saturday, September 27th at Bedrock.LA.

The party will take place exactly 15 years to the date and hour dublab started broadcasting. There will be live music performances, DJ sets, film projections, custom t-shirt screen-printing, food trucks art installations, and more. All proceeds raised will benefit dublab's non-profit music mission. Keep reading for all the details...

FEATURED PERFORMERS INCLUDE:

Anenon, Carlos Niño, Miguel Atwood-Ferguson, Farmer Dave Scher, Gifted and Blessed, Low Limit, Metro Gnome (Butchy Fuego & Angel Deradoorian), Money Mark, Puro Instinct, Sana Shenai (Jimmy Tamborello & Nanny Cantaloupe), Secret Circuit, Seven Davis Jr., SFV Acid, Slayron, Suzanne Kraft, The Urxed and many others.

Full line up and more information at: dublab.com/15

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