Death Cab For Cutie, Brand New and Tegan and Sara are among the headliners of the new High and Low Festival at the NOS Events Center in San Bernardino, CA on Saturday, September 9th. The festival is a full day concert experience presented by KROQ with multiple stages that also includes popular and emerging comics.
High and Low Festival comes from the mind of Andy Serrao, producer of many successful Southern California festivals and owner of Chain Reaction. A reflection of both Serrao’s personal listening tastes and the very nature of music, he says the festival’s name has multiple meanings.
“Sonically, music has highs and lows, and emotional highs and lows, and with the California topography, we have the mountains, the desert and the ocean,” says Serrao. “The name High & Low fit for us, with the vision for where we wanted to go. Great music has got me through every aspect of my life. With every high and every low, came a soundtrack in my head that defined my life. This festival is a good representation of artists that do this for myself, and tons of other people.”
High and Low concertgoers can expect a festival with a coherent, cohesive identity, crafted by someone who truly understands what makes a live performance great.
General admission and VIP tickets for the festival will go on sale Friday, May 26th. GA tickets are $79 plus service fees and include entrance to the festival grounds, access to all stages, food and drink areas, and vendors.
VIP Passes are $259 plus fees and include all the GA Ticket amenities along with a VIP special hangout area with private bar, food and drink. VIP Pass holders get access to an open Craft Beer Bar, a special viewing area for the main stage, private restrooms, a separate private festival entrance, and will receive a limited edition festival tee shirt. These tickets are extremely limited and available those 21 years of age or older. VIP wristband must be worn at all times.
Author: Buddy Iahn
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