Post by Mr. Jimmyroo on Mar 6, 2014 22:20:17 GMT -5
Let's say, hypothetically, I decide to come to this last second. What are the odds someone would let me sleep on the floor in their hotel room? (I'm assuming anything reasonable would already be booked).
May 2: Toro y Moi / Of Montreal (Northampton MA)
May 22: Beck / Tame Impala (Boston Calling)
June 18: King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard (Cambridge MA)
June 23: Rush (Boston)
July 24-26: Newport Folk
Aug 7: Deftones / Incubus / DFA1979 (Mansfield MA)
Oct 29: The Who (Boston)
It’s true. We’ve decided to press the “pause” button on Mountain Oasis for 2014 in Asheville. It’s been a difficult decision. We’re very proud of what we’ve created and produced over the past four years in Asheville: Moogfest 2010 – 2012 and Mountain Oasis 2013. The enthusiasm and response from those who attended and supported those festivals was amazing – a true inspiration for all of us here at AC.
Unfortunately, the success necessary to sustain the venture has eluded us. And many of the challenges we have faced in producing the festival have increased. It feels more and more like we’re trying to fit a square peg in a round hole. So, after four years of considerable investment and hard work, we’ve decided to put Mountain Oasis on hold, while we pursue some exciting opportunities elsewhere.
For those of you that purchased a presale weekend pass for 2014, you will be receiving a full refund including service fees. If you purchased through Ticketmaster, you will be receiving an email from Ticketmaster with full details. If you purchased through the USCC box office, you will need to contact or visit the box office directly to receive more details and your full refund.
We want to thank all of the passionate, supportive fans who have attended the festivals, the wonderful artists who have played, and the many enthusiastic supporters in the community who have helped and encouraged us.
We love Asheville. After a quarter of a century as Asheville’s major concert producer, we’ll continue booking all of the great shows at the Orange Peel and working with everyone at the US Cellular Center to bring top artists and shows to town. And perhaps, at some point in the future, we will have an opportunity to create another festival that highlights this “mountain oasis.”
In the meantime, we would like to encourage festival lovers to attend some of our other festivals. The Big Ears Festival in Knoxville (only 3 weeks away on March 28 – 30) includes adventurous artists who have played Moogfest and Mountain Oasis in the past (like Tim Hecker, Oneohtrix Point Never, Julia Holter, to name a few) alongside Radiohead’s Jonny Greenwood, the National’s Bryce Dessner, the composer Steve Reich and rock legends like Television, John Cale, Marc Ribot and others. Of course, there’s Bonnaroo in June. And, in mid-July, there’s the Forecastle Festival in Louisville.
We have some new surprises in store as well, so stay in touch.
Post by surfacetoair24 on Mar 10, 2014 10:19:41 GMT -5
This is the worst piece of music news that's been released in a very long time. I feel like I lost a friend - a dear one at that. So many great music experiences and friendships forged thanks to this singular festival. Wow, I'm really upset.
Post by wannaberoo'ing on Mar 10, 2014 10:19:47 GMT -5
I'm sick. The only thing that was gonna stop us from going this year was if we were moving around the same time. This was such an amazing experience, wanted Rance to get to experience it this year with me and all of you.