Totes Need One

We have t-shirts left and slap-koozies and bottle openers, too.

Working on that inventory and maybe a way to online store ’em eventually.

In the meantime, send an email to and we’ll get some stuff to ya.

$10 for this number and you can hit up Armadillo Music record swaps in style.

You do know that plastic bags go bye-bye on Tuesday, right?



“Are you going to DMF?”

We need your help. Those 5 little words in the subject line (welll… 4 + an acronym) are really, really important for you to ask around today. Not post or tweet or share or any of the other social media traffic that inundates us constantly.

Please vocalize them! Today is your last chance to help make this thing a success. Can you ask at least FIVE of your friends and a few strangers? I bet you can.

If you want to text “Are you going to DMF?” that’s cool, but then please include this link to our fancy app:

Things kick off at Opening Night on Olive Drive TONIGHT! It’ll be your last chance to get discounted tickets and I’ll bet $20 cash talks big since we’ll be in a great mood… and a little delirious.

Love you guys. Thanks so much for your support.


sha-la-la (make me hAPPy)

Al Green > Pharrell all day, but that’s obvious and not really the point.

The Official 2014 DMF App is now available on both The App Store and Google Play!

Our app developer’s Chief Happiness Officer, Edwin, spends a lot of time thinking about happiness. Today he brought us much joy.

Schedule ~ Stream ~ Share!


Ticket Options

Saturday’s Single Venue Entry tickets are now available for $12 online or $10 at the door. Limit 30 per venue, so take your chances accordingly. Venues serving alcohol become 21+ after 9pm.

Pre-sale tickets for $22 (access to all venues) are still available both online and at Armadillo Music & Tickets. Price includes transaction fees and is obviously the best deal. Wristbands will be sold for $25 at the door.

Friday & Sunday venues are $5 door price without a wristband. These are small venues so be mindful of capacity restrictions and get there early.

Kids 10 and under are free, so long as they’re accompanied by a (paid) adult. One-to-one ratio on that action.

Did we mention that this is a benefit gig for music and art programs in schools?

Get ’em while they’re hot.