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AT&T's Blue Room has your front row ticket to Vegoose Music Festival.

Vegoose Music Festival Live From AT&T’s Blue Room

On October 28 and 29, AT&T's Blue Room will be giving everyone who cannot attend the Vegoose Music Festival front row seats via their webcasts. The website recently combined its exclusive music, sports, and entertainment content as well as a new Internet gaming portal all under one main access page.

Vegoose, the Halloween festival extravaganza held in Las Vegas, Nevada, embodies the spirit of Halloween. This year the music and entertainment festival will feature over thirty acts including Vegas natives The Killers as well as Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers, The Mars Volta, The Black Crows, and Jurassic 5, just to name a few. It's more than a music festival, however — there will be plenty of other activities such as the Vegoose Costume Contest, Vegoose Impersonators’ Café, Vegoose Sports Lounge, and the Digital Musical Village, sponsored by the AT&T Blue Room. The festival is being held at the The Sam Boyd Stadium, and gates will open at 11:00 am each day. A list of artist lineups can be found at Vegoose's website, and tickets are still available.

AT&T's Blue Room will begin their webcasts at 2:00 PM central time each day and broadcast until 12:30 AM. Following the event there will be streaming files available of many of the acts as well as additional content not broadcast during the event. The following artists' sets are just a few of the ones scheduled to be broadcast live: The Black Crowes, Widespread Panic, Damian ‘Jr. Gong’ Marley, Phil & Trey, and The Keller Williams Incident. If you can't wait until October 28, head over to AT&T's Blue Room now to listen to interviews and performances from past and present Vegoose performers at Blue Room Radio.

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