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Peace Uv Mine and Kozmik Oasis present Lo Fi Music Fest

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Photo courtesy of The Hue

Drawing inspiration from the subculture music scene of the '80s, the Lo Fi Music Fest's maiden showcase will feature urban alternative artists who are passionate about deconstructing and challenging contemporary music standards.

Headlining will be The Hue, the Space Hop trio whose “Aurora” LP is available now on vinyl and all digital outlets; Tresa Jerell, the symphonic singer and songwriter whose “1st Kiss” album recently debuted at Warehouse Live; and southern Hip-Hop lyricists like NtheClouds, among others.

DJ Nimbus, the House and Lounge ambassador of Houston, will be stationed at the in-house turntables as festivalgoers enjoy an intimate indoor and outdoor setting complete with well crafted cocktails and a curated menu of lite-bites.

Drawing inspiration from the subculture music scene of the '80s, the Lo Fi Music Fest's maiden showcase will feature urban alternative artists who are passionate about deconstructing and challenging contemporary music standards.

Headlining will be The Hue, the Space Hop trio whose “Aurora” LP is available now on vinyl and all digital outlets; Tresa Jerell, the symphonic singer and songwriter whose “1st Kiss” album recently debuted at Warehouse Live; and southern Hip-Hop lyricists like NtheClouds, among others.

DJ Nimbus, the House and Lounge ambassador of Houston, will be stationed at the in-house turntables as festivalgoers enjoy an intimate indoor and outdoor setting complete with well crafted cocktails and a curated menu of lite-bites.

Drawing inspiration from the subculture music scene of the '80s, the Lo Fi Music Fest's maiden showcase will feature urban alternative artists who are passionate about deconstructing and challenging contemporary music standards.

Headlining will be The Hue, the Space Hop trio whose “Aurora” LP is available now on vinyl and all digital outlets; Tresa Jerell, the symphonic singer and songwriter whose “1st Kiss” album recently debuted at Warehouse Live; and southern Hip-Hop lyricists like NtheClouds, among others.

DJ Nimbus, the House and Lounge ambassador of Houston, will be stationed at the in-house turntables as festivalgoers enjoy an intimate indoor and outdoor setting complete with well crafted cocktails and a curated menu of lite-bites.

WHEN

WHERE

Café 4212
4212 Almeda Rd.
Houston, TX 77004
http://lofimf.com/

TICKET INFO

$10-$20
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