AudioFeed 2015 Preview

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The 3rd AudioFeed will be here in less than 3 weeks. Once again we’re hosting one of the main stages, keeping that hipster foothold on this beautiful and crazy experience.


We think this year has the best lineup yet. You can check out the lineup as well as a tentative schedule at We’re looking forwarding to discovering many new bands. We’re definitely going to check out The MailboxesAracely, Captiva, Keep Quiet, Jason Barrows, Sea Cycles, American Wolf, The Bergamot, Fever Fever, and Muir

The Bergamot

One special set we’re looking forward to is Waterdeep, playing Thursday evening on our stage. We have loved Waterdeep for forever, and are very excited to be hosting them.


Something even more special than new music discoveries is reconnecting with friends. It’s a truly great experience to see so many of bands and folks we have connected with over the years of doing Radon. Some of the bands we’re really looking forward to seeing again would include The Soil & The Sun, Von Strantz, 6’10, Narrow/Arrow, MR NASTI, Spoken Nerd, Analecta, Timbre, Trouper, Kat Jones, Cantalouper, Hushpad, Lauryn Peacock, and Beards.

The Soil & The Sun

There are other things to do, too. There is a family zone with lots of kid activities, a 24/7 prayer and worship tent, the Asylum tent where things really get weird. And a new tent this year called the Imaginarium, which will host movie screenings and video game tournaments.

It’s no secret AudioFeed is a Christian Music Festival, made up of all the quirky goodness that made the ol’ Cornerstone Music Festival really great. If you’re looking for a Christian festival full of good American Christian Cultural values such as guns, politics, and generally being in a bad mood all the time, then keep looking. This is a wonderful festival celebrating the creativity instilled in us by our Creator.  This is the weirdest bunch of people you will ever see in your life, the young, the old, goths, punks, bikers, metalheads, hippies, hipsters , and plenty of “normal people”. Hope you can make it, get your tickets at