Clarenville — It’s a festival organizers say is unlike anything ever offered in the province, and they’re so excited about it, they are counting down the days — the seconds, even — on their website.
The Random Sound Music Festival, described as “the next level of epic outdoor summer partying,” will happen at White Hills in Clarenville
Aug. 15-16, featuring a diverse lineup of acts that includes Classified, Wintersleep, Ghostface Killah, the Ashley McaIsaac and Sticks Duo, Bombs Away! and local performers like Sherman Downey, Baytown, Green and Gold and Donnie Dumphy, among others.
The festival is restricted to ages 19 and older.
Tickets are $79 for early birds (online only), then increase to $99, $119 and $130 for those bought the weekend of the festival (including HST, plus surcharge). All prices allow for two-day access.
Tickets are available at the Clarenville Events Centre and Ballistic on Water Street in St. John’s.
More information can be found online at www.randomsound.ca.