Catch Warp Records And Fool’s Gold At Moogfest 2014

Last month we revealed the 2014 dates and phase one lineup of North Carolina’s high profile electronic music event Moogfest (April 23-27), and now they’ve just added the best in underground EDM to the mix. Along with already confirmed artists Giorgio Moroder and Cliff Martinez will be Warp Records, Fool’s Gold, AFROPUNK, and Ghostly among many others.

“We love working with artists and brands who share the Fool’s Gold ethos to innovate and (more importantly) have fun while doing so. Moog is a legendary company that’s stayed DIY all these years, and you can tell their events are put together with real love and care. It’s already been a lot of fun starting the process of planning our showcase,” said Fool’s Gold co-founder/DJ/producer Nick Catchdubs.

If you haven’t scored your Moogfest 2014 tickets yet, today’s your chance since general admission (priced @ $199) is becoming limited.

Moogfest 2014 Schedule
Day Programming
Five days of mind-expanding conversation, experimentation, and collaboration for creative and technology professionals across seven venues in downtown Asheville. The conference is guided by pioneers of music and technology, and co-curated by some of the most important thinkers of today.
5 days, 8 venues, over 60 talks, panels, discussion, presentations, and film screenings with futurist thinkers, inventors, entrepreneurs, designers, engineers, artists, and musicians. First announcement here:
New Media art installations and interactive technology experiences and exhibitions
Film screenings
Experimental performances
Workshops and other interactive educational forums
Open-source hardware hackathon
Day programming Hours: Wednesday 3pm-7pm, Thursday – Sunday: 11am – 6pm, Sunday 11am – 3pm.

Night Programming
Five evenings of landmark musical performances by new trailblazers, early pioneers of electronic music, and major headliners.
5 nights, 10 venues, over 100 artists including concerts, experimental performances, and new music showcases.
Headliners announced in December, 2013
Night programming hours: Wednesday – Saturday: 7pm – 2am, Sunday 3pm – 6pm.