Who Was the First to Perform at the Caveman Music Festival?
The Caveman Music Festival is a four-day event in Colorado, and tickets start at $470. While there is no lodging at the festival grounds, the event does have shuttle services and camping is available nearby. It’s 45 miles south of Buena Vista. Currently, this year’s lineup includes Pharrell Williams’ “Something in the Water.” While the Caveman Music Festival is not the only music festival in the area, it is one of the most anticipated events of the summer.
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Caveman is a Brooklyn quintet
The New York rock band Caveman is a great choice for their music festival debut. Formed in 2009 after several other bands disbanded, the quintet self-released its debut album CoCo Beware. The quintet then toured with Built to Spill and The War On Drugs before recording their second album for Fat Possum. The band is currently working on their third album.
After the self-titled EP was released in 2012, the quintet toured extensively. They will headline shows in Chicago and Toronto and also play Brooklyn’s Knitting Factory. They will also open for Caveman at Webster Hall on April 10.
Atlanta R&B phenomenon Tripp Redd will perform at the caveman music festival
Fans of Atlanta R&B music should not miss this opportunity to catch the rising star in a live performance at the festival. The R&B artist hails from Atlanta, Georgia. He is a member of the popular Red Parrot Orchestra, a group formed by R. Parker, Jr., and LP. The caveman music festival will also feature the legendary DJ Big Daddy Kane.
Other hot acts performing at the caveman music festival include the LP ADDS, Gap Band, and the Pointer Sisters. Other Atlanta acts that will perform are Bullet and the Atlanta R&B phenomenon Tripp Redd. The festival also features several other hot acts including the Gap Band, Deniece Williams, L. Richie, and P. Labelle. It’s a perfect way to get in the groove of the music festival while having a great time at the same time.
Pharrell Williams’ Something in the Water is performance art and political activism
After two years without a festival, Pharrell Williams is bringing it back with his Something in the Water performance art and political activism festival this June on the National Mall. Williams, who is originally from Virginia Beach, decided to move the event after his cousin was killed by a police officer in Virginia Beach last year. The festival will honor the music superstar with performances by 21 Savage, Travis Scott, and SZA.
The concert was held in the middle of the ongoing pandemic in the U.S., which makes the show a particularly important political statement. At the 2019 Something in the Water festival, which was held in the middle of downtown Washington, rapper Lil Uzi Vert performed a song called “XO Tour Llif3” as his spiked hair poked against the Capitol dome’s backdrop. The lyrics of the song read: “All of my friends are dead.”