The DJBooth Presents: BringItBackTour Stage at Vans Warped Tour 2012

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Download DJBooth's new App, The PLUG New York, N.Y. -- After a successful run of eight dates on last year's Vans Warped Tour, the indie hip-hop themed BringItBackTour Stage will be returning for all 41 dates this summer. Presented by Someone Clothing and powered by GoalZero, the DJBooth-sponsored stage will feature performances by such reader-approved artists as Adrienne Mack-Davis, Quite Nyce and Parable, with special guest appearances coming courtesy of underground heavyweights like Kanetic Source (of Ozomatli), Opio (of Heiroglyphics), Double-O (of Kidz in the Hall), Yonas and Aceyalone. In addition to the aforementioned names and many more, attendees can expect live painters, B-Boy cyphers and DJ exhibitions. For more information, visit BringItBackTour.com.

Adrienne Mack-Davis   Quite Nyce   Concerts

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