The one and only festival of all Iowa music is back again! Come celebrate the beauty and wonder that is Iowa rock and roll!
NOTE: $15 passes grant access to all shows (a day-of value of $27!) and are VERY LIMITED – only 150 passes are available. A limited number of tickets to individual shows will be available day-of.
ALSO: The House of Large Sizes show will be 21+, but 16 of the 19 bands will be playing on ALL-AGES stages – there will be lots of great all-ages stuff happening while HOLS is playing.
Free music all night at the Vaudeville patio, The Lift (DJs curated by Patrick Tape Fleming of Poison Control Center fame), the Des Moines Social Club, and more!
When: Saturday, April 13th | 5PM-3AM (shows will happen at various times and locations throughout the event) Individual show tickets will be available day-of. Stay tuned for more information!
Lineup (times/locations/prices tba):
House Of Large Sizes
Dustin Smith & The Sunday Silos
Land of Blood and Sunshine
The Seed Of Something
Wolves in the Attic
H.D. Harmsen & The Electrophones
Jordan Mayland and The Thermal Detonators
As for You
Is Home Is
Madison Ray and All The Single Ladies
Plus, there will be food, 80/35 ticket giveaways, and lots of good times!
Our partners: Saturday Mfg., Iowa Concert Photographers, Iowa Music Store, The Lift, Des Moines Social Club, New Rock 105.1 FM, KFMG 99.1 FM, KURE 88.5 FM, Locusic
The bands playing this event have been selected by the tireless volunteers – people that live, breathe, and are Iowa – of the Des Moines Music Coalition. They’ve selected 19 Iowa bands from 7 different cities representing rock, pop, soul, electronic, hip-hop, metal, punk, folk, experimental, and a bunch more genres in between, and all representing our state with a positive and collaborative spirit. Thank you so much for supporting this event and your music community, Iowa!
Learn more about the nonprofit, volunteer-driver work of the Des Moines Music Coalition at http://www.desmoinesmc.com/. GDP? That’s us. 80/35 music fest? That’s us. Little BIG Fest? Us, too. Let’s do it, Iowa.