2nd Annual Dome Music Festival in Uvita
Best Time Ever and The Dome Drive Thru are proud to present their 2nd annual Dome Fest which will take place on April 28th in Uvita at the “Dome Center”. The 1st annual Dome Festival that was held last year to celebrate the re-opening of the infamous Dome Drive Thru was a slamming success with the help of local Costa Rican bands, ‘Talawa’ and ‘Cacao’ who turned the small town of Uvita upside down.
The boys behind the Dome Drive Thru and ‘Dome Fest’, Mike Allen and Brent Thomas believed that Uvita needed its own music festival, so they created the annual festival to give the locals a yearly dose of live music festivities.
This years Dome Fest proves to be bigger and better than the previous with international and national bookings. The boys are excited to bring some serious talent to Uvita, including Jami Sun, an original rock-n-roll master on the guitar, and Ben Fagan Trio, both from South Carolina, USA. Headliner, Ojo de Buey will be there rocking their unique sounds of reggae, afro-caribbean, latin and rock fusion that will get peoples groove on.
To mix it up a bit DJ Philippe Chapuy will be spinning some electronic drum and bass with some house and dance beats to get the party dancing.
Admission to the 2012 Dome Music Festival is ₡5,000 ($10) per person. Drink and food tickets will also be available for purchase at the gate. Early festival goers can enjoy happy hour from 5-7pm and take in some of the opening musical performances
The Dome Festival will take place at the Dome Drive Thru, in the center of Uvita, so there will be loads of parking and plenty of food and booze. For those of you that do not know Uvita, it is a small town on the Southern Pacific Coast of Costa Rica in an area known as Costa Ballena!
This in a live music event you should not miss.
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