Noise Pop 2014 Schedule

Noise_Pop_1schedule by: Stefan Aronsen

Noise Pop Festival is by far my favorite week of music.

Below you will find my game plan for the week. I’m going to keep my advice simple:
1. Go to all the happy hours at Benders. They’re free … and I’ve discovered amazing bands in years past.
2. Don’t miss Nova Albion on Thursday at DNA.
3. Happy Fangs on Friday will be crazy fun!

Listen to the Noise Pop line up on DeliRadio – http://dr.fm/noise-pop-radio

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Visit the Noise Pop page for the official schedule: http://lineup.noisepop.com/

Stefan Aronsen

Stefan Aronsen

Band Aid, Art Director & CEO at SF INTERCOM see his design portfolio at Stefan Aronsen

Stefan Aronsen is a graphic designer that specializes in helping bands & brands become more viable utilizing his 5 P’s – Plan, Personify, Promote, Plug-in, Play.

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