ACIDIC HEADLINES WHITE MOUNTAIN INDEPENDENCE MUSIC FESTIVAL
Saturday, July 2, 2016 – THE LODGE SPORTS BAR & GRILL
Radio favorite Indie band ACIDIC bring their high-energy rock ‘n’ roll live show to Pinetop, where they’ll headline the 2016 White Mountain Independence Music Festival, at The Lodge Sports Bar & Grill, 857 E. White Mountain Blvd., on Saturday, July 2. Showtime: 11am-10pm. Tickets $20.oo kids under 12 and $35.00 for everyone else, and are available through Eventbright.
Must be 21 and over to enter indoor venue, but the “All Ages” show area available for the outside Main Stage.
Joining ACIDIC onstage that day will be over a dozen bands from as far away as Wyoming, plus area deejays playing the best progressive-aggressive rock to keep people dancing between sets.
ACIDIC TO REPRESENT U.S. IN ‘AMERICAN MUSIC ABROAD’ PROGRAM
ACIDIC will officially represent the U.S. as International Cultural Ambassadors with the highly-respected American Music Abroad program, sanctioned through the U.S. State Department’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, during the 2016-2017 touring season. The quartet beat out over three-hundred other bands for this honor.
Other Recent ACIDIC Media Accomplishments & Activity Include:
Winning “Best Band”, “Best Recording (LP)”, and “Best Music Video” in the 2016 Rockwired Readers Poll Awards.
ACIDIC’s song “Beautiful” being the #1 most-played Indie AC Record (per Mediabase, radio’s top source for monitored airplay information).
Garnering great reviews for Creatures, ACIDIC’s most recent album release. – “A feel-good album…mix of punk, pop, rock, and dance music that sums up the melting pot that is the current So Cal sound” (SCREAMER); “Wonderful harmonies throughout…singer (Michael Gossard) really shows his prowess…great, unique sound!” (NATIONAL ROCK REVIEW).
High-profile Showcase at world-famous Viper Room in March.
Maximum Threshold Radio’s Radchad Reynolds attended the show; in his review titled, “ACIDIC Packs The Viper Room,” Reynolds writes, “their music was distinctive and powerful, playing tunes from their last album “Creatures” which, in my opinion, never let up from beginning to end as ACIDIC’S command of the frenetic crowd never faltered.”