KITTIE, DORO, VIXEN, GIRLSCHOOL Confirmed For POWER BOX Festival
KITTIE, DORO, VIXEN, GIRLSCHOOL, CRUCIFIED BARBARA, MCQUEEN and JADED are among the confirmed bands for the first annual Power Box Festival — dubbed "The Biggest Female Tour Period!" — which is scheduled to be held August 31 - September 3 (Labor Day Weekend) at the White Horse Amphitheatre, Darrington Music Park Washington in Darrington, Washington. The festival billing is shaping up as follows:
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According to organizers, "this four-day event will be featuring and developing at least 33 different rock bands. A Labor Day weekend with high energy of music, camping and fun! There will be beer garden for adults, food vendors and arts and crafts booths for the younger crowds to enjoy. Part of this event's proceeds will be going to Caring Coaches, a non-profit organization for cancer research awareness."
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