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May 24 2013
May 27 2013

Green Wave Presents
Steampunk Saloon and Opulent Temple's
BOOMTOWN. -May 24,25,26,27
An arts, education, and musical camp out

Memorial Day Weekend 2013
May 24,25,26,27

$125-$200 tickets available via beTIcketing.

Ticket Link:


Now that Agua Dulce is experiencing wildfires, and the fire danger is rated as "extreme", we and the authorities both feel that it would be too dangerous to host our event at our original location.

We have chosen to move our event to tribal lands in Apple Valley.

Our new location is 100 percent confirmed and contracted. We have camping for at least 1500 people and have two areas for sound, with music extended to 3am. We are pleased to now have the ability to host fire performers. There is also a quiet camping option, and the site features multiple faucets with spring fed water.

BOOMTOWN is now a family friendly event -- kids under 12 are free, minors 13-17 must be accompanied by an adult and purchase a regular ticket.

Apple Valley is located 90 minutes northeast of Los Angeles, conveniently located off the 15 freeway.

Alcohol is permitted, but will not be sold on site.

The Performers for the Steampunk Saloon:

The Crystal Method (DJ set)
David Starfire
Desert Dwellers (solo set)
Alex Zelenka
Auditory Canvas
DJ Wolfie
Treavor Moontribe

2-Headed Monster-Little Giants- Motion Potion
Mark Zabala-Mike Insane-Tropo-Jokton
Pop Hayden Magic Show-Loomer-Shakti Bliss
The Invisibles-Matt Cole-Fleetwood Smack
Hawk-Jaques the Ripper-BassMechanic-Matt Haze
Kat Parry-Nick Nix-BK Willy-dj Sandbag-Will Levine

Our perfomers for the Opulent Temple:

DJ Dan
DJ Rap

And the residents:
Syd Gris-Tek Freaks - Dutch -Vinkalmann-
-Drew Drop-Dulce Vita-DJ Icon- Brian Peek
Billy Seal-Billy Casazza- Brian Williams
-Mike Butler- Eliki - Kimba

BOOMTOWN is an 1880s themed three-day arts, eco-education, and vintage perfomer event.

The campout will host science lectures, sustainable living displays and classes, a narrated lunar eclipse viewing, handmade clothing creators, and vintage performers, including magicians and vaudeville acts.

Various attractions during the weekend:

An 1880s Tent. Inside is a 70-year-old bar tender, dressed in steampunk clothes. He serves root beer and lemonade. To the left is the cabinet of curiosities - glittery treasures from all parts of the world. A saber tooth tiger skull, maps to forgotten lands, writing desks, quill pens, brass telescopes.

Pop Hayden from The Magic Castle
will do a historical magic show

New Fangled Opry- Vaudville variety Show

L'unkle's Boink - A dieselpunk Clown Troupe

Music will include a very special daytime workshop,
followed by a nighttime performance by

Vapor- With his magical illuminated Kinestescope art

Le Sirenes- performance troupe

And many other acoustic and performance acts.

This area will be a 20' dome next to the Museum of Extraordinary Wonder. The Green Grotto will feature displays of tower gardens, recycling techniques, composting techniques, books on urban gardening, apartment gardening, and many displays. Lecturers will speak of communal village gardens, modern ecological events, sustainable living Q & As, and outreach programs that Green Wave promotes and supports around the globe.

The Opulent Temple creates a playground for connection with the Eternal through music. This stage features a Jules Verne inspired metal pod with small fire effects that serves as the stage for musicians. There will also be other forms of light art and metal sculpture to enjoy.

At the center of the Opulent Temple, community experience is the concept of a "Master Class". World class musicians who remember their early roots are invited to perform.

These musicians have writen their own music and will give lectures during the day on modern computer composition techniques. At night, they will entertain the dancers with their music. Select people from the daytime lectures will be invited up into the music capsule to watch the performers work their midi controllers and laptops.

MAKERS MARKET - This area features handcrafted 1880s apparel, jewelry, top hats, women's ballroom gowns, and period props. Every vendor hand makes their own wares. This area creates a community of grass roots vendors. By bringing all of these small buisness creators together and placing them in a marketplace at a festival that features 1880s style fashion, we will be supporting their beautiful art.

and more guests tba.

After years of small gatherings, we have a vision to bring all of these similar groups together and let the steampunk musicians mix with the astronomers, the rocket scientists, and the eco-awareness educators.

We are very excited to bring our steampunk community together. We feel deeply in our hearts that this event will fulfill a greater purpose than just a weekend campout. This weekend will serve to educate, to illuminate, to include people with diverse ideas, and to see the spark of new possibilites for the earth, for fashion, and for music light up in the eyes of our attendees.


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