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Photos: Middle of Nowhere Music Fest

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Daedelus headlines the second night of Middle of Nowhere at Blue Moose Tap House. Saturday, Sept. 2, 2017. — photo by Zak Neumann

[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text]The inaugural Middle of Nowhere Music Fest hosted electronic music at five different venues across Friday and Saturday nights, Sept. 1-2. Electronic music of varying styles was featured, from danceable techno to house and the more avant-garde or experimental.

Local acts like DJ Espina and Carnap performed alongside headliners like Sassyblack and Daedelus at The Mill, Blue Moose Tap House, Gabe’s, Trumpet Blossom and Rad Inc.[/vc_column_text][hcode_image_gallery image_gallery_type=”lightbox-gallery” simple_image_type=”feet” lightbox_type=”masonry” column=”3″ image_gallery=”122789,122784,122786,122796,122791,122792,122782,122783,122793,122785,122788,122787″][/vc_column][/vc_row]


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