SLINGSHOT Festival for the first time to watch on TV

In case you have not heard, the SLINGSHOT Festival is coming to your living room for the first time this summer. For five days beginning July 1st, live concerts of some of the world’s top musicians will be broadcast on television.

This year’s featured artists include OutKast, Jill Scott, Questlove and more. SLINGSHOT has always been a popular event for music fans alike; now it promises to reach a much wider audience. By bringing live music backontothe screens every night, fans can gatherfora virtual music experience.

At its core, SLINGSHOT is devoted to showcasing diverse musical acts in all genres. From hip-hop to reggae to rock and pop, the festival offers a unique sound to fans who want to experience something different. Plus, with performances taped in locations around the world, viewers will be able to experience even more cultures than ever before with global entertainment taking center stage.

If you’re looking for a way to beat the summer blues, SLINGSHOT promises to be entertaining and memorable. Tune into this virtual music festival from July 1st – 5th on your favorite TV platform!

On the evening of April 28th, the SlingShot Festival will make its national television debut, available for free on Twitch.tv. Started by musician Vicente Echerri, the annual festival offers a unique blend of music and art, showcasing emerging artists and performers from all around the world.

This year’s lineup promises some extraordinary musical performances, several unique interactive experiences, plus curated art exhibitions and more. With headliners such as hip hop duo Natesh & Bludotone, electro-pop band Red Suits, and synth-pop project Float On Fire, there’s something for everyone to enjoy.

As well as featuring performances from world-class artists, SlingShot will also offer up special workshops throughout the weekend, giving budding musicians and creatives the opportunity to learn from professionals in the industry. With topics ranging from composition to vocal production to recording technology, there’s a wealth of knowledge to explore.

The virtual edition of SlingShot will also offer access to exclusive backstage footage and interviews with key players in the scene operation. You can keep up to date via their official website and catch up with behind-the-scenes action too if you miss any of the shows.

For those attending in person – SlingShot returns to its usual home in Mexico City in 2022 – tickets are already on sale with Covid-19 safety protocols fully implemented in order to ensure the safety of all visitors.

For the first time ever, music fans from across the country will have the chance to experience SLINGSHOT Festival directly from the comfort of their own homes. The virtual version of the three-day event, taking place October 23rd – 25th, will be broadcast on a variety of streaming and cable TV channels. This is the perfect chance for festival-goers to get their fill of their favorite acts, no matter where they are in the world.

Organized by event producer Goldenvoice, this 2021 virtual edition will feature an array of world-renowned musicians and emerging talent. Performers include Kygo, Zedd, Pusha T, Bishop Briggs, and many more. According to Variety Magazine ‘Without a lack of energy that comes with a live audience, Goldenvoice is searching for creative ways to embrace this new challenge’.

The festival offers a range of different viewing packages for fans of all ages. Tickets are available for purchase at slingshotfestival.com, with each package offering special discounts. These range from single-day passes to 3-day weekend packages.

Viewers can also tune in to partner networks such as MTVU and El Rey Network for behind-the-scenes interviews, artist spotlights and exclusive performances throughout the entire three days.

For fans eager to stay up-to-date on all of SLINGSHOT’s news, updates and more info about lineup additions as they arise can follow their official Facebook, Twitter and Instagram accounts or sign up for email updates through their website.