Hey, it's getting cold up here in Ohio - too bad we're starting to move that week or I would bop on down to this great show in a sunny land that knows not snow.
- ACA WORLD SOUND FESTIVAL announces finalized talent lineup for 2002, November 1-2 in Acapulco, Mexico.
The ACA WORLD SOUND FESTIVAL 2002 (November 1-3, Acapulco, Mexico) will feature musical performances by Beck & Flaming Lips (live), Sasha, John Digweed, Junkie XL (live), Deep Dish, Danny Tenaglia, Jimmy Van M. Sander Klienenberg, Orishas (live), DJ Dan, Christopher Lawrence, Liquid Todd, Lee Burridge, Martin Parra, Kinky (live), Resorte (live), Fase (live), Ariel, Ozomatli (live), Los Amigos Invisibles (live), DJ Craze, Mark Lewis, Misstress Barbara, Angela Flame, Donald Glaude, Pacau, Wish FM, Nopal Beat (live), Nazca (live), Unocerouno, Jose Padilla, Gilles Peterson, Jason Bentley, Julius Papp, Mixmaster Morris, Yerba Buena (live), Buscemi, Soulstice (live), Bellanova (live), B.N. Loco, Ruisort, Danny Howells, Steve Lawler, Marques Wyatt, Max Graham, Saeed & Palash, Mijangos, Nordic Trax, Behrouz, Gordo Garza, Astral Tiger, DJ Fari, Infected Mushroom (live), Kox Box (live), Saikopod, Vatos Locos (live), D-Tek & Dr. Panic, Vazik, Arturo, Tyrone and Xibalba. Musical performances on the Main Stage, House Stage and Million Wishes stage will be accompanied by interactive visual/video live performances by VJs V2 aka Vello Virkhaus, Brian Dressel and Jesse Talamantez.
It is with great excitement that WSF Productions announces the 2002 ACA World Sound Festival, which will take place November 1-3, 2002 in Acapulco, Mexico. ACA 2002 is the most anticipated event in Latin America. AWSF 2002 will be co-produced by World Sound Festival (WSF) Productions and En Vivo, which is co-owned by Televisa and Clear Channel.
"We are very excited about our partnership with En Vivo and how amazing and eclectic this festival will be, setting a new standard for world-class events," comments Michael Hahn, executive producer of the AWSF. With this new alliance, AWSF will become "a global experience uniting the world through music."
In November 2000, the first annual ACA World Sound Festival brought magic to Acapulco in a setting that was nothing short of paradise. 75 DJs and live acts (including Moby, Carl Cox, LTJ Bukem, Poncho Sanchez, et al.) kept five stages and 60,000 people dancing for three unforgettable nights. The spell of the moon, the breeze of the ocean, and the dazzling array of talent, costumes and light set a new standard for festivals all over the world.