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Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Local Rockers Tropidelic to Headline Their Own Music Festival in August

Posted By on Wed, Jun 21, 2017 at 4:28 PM

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Tropidelic formed in 2008 in Kent and built a following after self-distributing over 10,000 free copies of its self-produced first EP, Rebirth of the Dope. After releasing their second EP, Tree City Exodus, and relocating to Cleveland, the group has gained some traction and opened for acts like Slightly Stoopid, 311, Pepper, the Dirty Heads, Sublime w/Rome, Soja, the Wailers and Flobots.

Now, the band has announced its first festival, the Freakstomp Music Festival. Taking place from Aug 11 to 13 in Medina, the festival will feature acts such as Vibe & Direct, Bumpin’ Uglies, Sun-Dried Vibes, Pasadena, Elementree Livity Project, Drunken Sunday and Derlee.



Tropidelic will headline both nights of music.

There will also be fire performers, dunking booths and other “carnival-inspired attractions.”

Tickets for the entire weekend are available for just $60, which includes both camping and parking. Individual tickets for Saturday will also be available at the gate.

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