Inaugural WARMfest coming to Indianapolis on Labor Day Weekend 2013 Announces Information About Single Day Tickets, Daily Lineups and Additional Artists

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Single Day Tickets On Sale this Friday, June 14 at 10:00 am (EST) Limited Amount of $70 Early Bird 3-Day Passes are On Sale Now

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Single day ticket(s), daily lineup details and additional acts have just been announced for the inaugural three-day White River Arts & Music Festival (WARMfest) taking place on Labor Day weekend Saturday, August 31; Sunday, September 1 and Monday, September 2 at Broad Ripple Park in Indianapolis. Live music will be featured throughout the entire run of the family-friendly event on five stages and will include a mix of national, regional and local talent.

Early bird single-day tickets are $30 per day and go on sale this Friday, June 14 at 10:00 am (EST) at & or charge-by-phone at 877-4-FLY-TIX (435-9849). Three-day admission passes for WARMfest are on sale now for only $70. For single day lineup details please visit

Saturday, August 31:
Mayer Hawthorne
Delta Spirit – Dale Earnhardt Jr Jr – Kopecky Family Band -
We Are Hex – Roadkill Ghost Choir - Pravada – The Lonely Wild -
Gabby Love - Gentlemen Hall - Josh Larner – Anderson East -

Sunday, September 1:
Big Head Todd and the Monsters
JJ Grey & Mofro – Red Wanting Blue – Lily & Madeleine -
JD Wilkes and the Dirt Daubers – Hero Jr. – Machines Are People Too –
The Kingston Springs – Max Allen Band – Whiskey Bent Valley Boys –
The United States Three - Bailiff – The Dub Knight – Brett Wiscons – The Easthills – Cory Williams -

Monday, September 2:
Michael Franti and Spearhead
G. Love & Special Sauce – Special Guest TBD - DJ Logic –
Woodstove Flapjacks - Action Jackson – Hazel Miller –
James Wallace & The Naked Light - Staying for the Weekend – Indiana Jones – Oreo Jones – PHENOM – Carrie & The Clams – Jessie & Amy -

More Artists and Attractions To Be Announced For All Three Days

WARMfest will also include a large array of live entertainment across all five stages including DJs, theatre groups, and national talent. The 2013 installment of the Broad Ripple Music Fest, a staple Indianapolis music event, will take place at WARMfest this year and will secure and host the local live music stages. The wildly successful monthly event known as Indie Arts & Vintage Marketplace changes locations each month and for September will be held at WARMfest throughout the weekend. In addition WARMfest will also include waterfront exhibitions from local organizations, a dedicated area for non-profit environmental groups, recycling education areas, off-site parking with shuttle service to and from the event grounds and free bicycle parking at the event entrance.

Become a WARMfest Sponsor: Various levels of sponsorship for WARMfest are available now. If interested please contact sponsor(at)warmfest(dot)org -

Become a WARMfest VIP: If interested in VIP at WARMfest please contact vip(at)warmfest(dot)org -

Become a WARMfest Vendor: If interested in being a vendor at WARMfest please contact vendor(at)warmfest(dot)org -

Become a WARMfest Volunteer: If interested in being a volunteer at WARMfest please contact volunteer(at)warmfest(dot)org -

WARMfest times: Gates at 10am daily

About WARMfest: WARMfest is a 3-day family-friendly music and arts festival dedicated to helping preserve the White River. WARMfest promotes environmental responsibility, independent business and artisans, and sustainable goods and services through the magic of music, art and culture. WARMfest has a vision to restore and promote the White River to return it to the grandeur of a century ago. The mission is to educate the community to envision this great river as a recreational and visually appealing natural resource. In 2013, WARMfest will realize this vision by presenting a three-day cultural experience in Broad Ripple Park. WARMfest brings together several key Indianapolis cultural groups including Indy Parks & Recreation, Indie Arts & Vintage Marketplace and Broad Ripple Music Fest. A portion of the proceeds from the event will benefit the Carl G. Fisher Society, a non-profit whose goal is to restore the waterfront of Broad Ripple.

For more information:
Twitter: @WARMfest

Andy Wilson | Bohlsen Group

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