This weekend's Monolith Festival will include it's share of corporate ectasy that has become a staple at all major music festivals across the country. Dell has partnered up with the Monolith Music Festival to give festival go'ers a unique and exciting twist with the creation of The Dell Dome. Here is what you can expect, be sure to stop by.
At the Dell Dome festival attendees can:
-Meet your favorite band, watch them do an interview in person and get their autograph.
-Make your own digital mixtape by building a playlist using music from the festival as well as popular artists beyond Monolith’s set list.
-Design custom buttons. One can use designs on hand or bring their own to stamp into creative flare.
-Get an airbrush tattoo or your hair rocked out
-Meet Dell resident artist, Mike Ming. http://www.delllounge.com/ summerrocks/mikeming/. Mike Ming created the artwork for Dell's limited edition Mike Ming Inspiron laptops and he designed the
artwork on the Dell Dome.
-Make a custom tee. One can create their own style by transferring
-Mike Ming's artwork onto their own clothes through the hot-press t- shirt station.
-Check your email and surf the net on Dell's collection of laptops.
Participating bands who have visited and done interviews at the Dell Summer Rocks Dome at festivals thus far include Chromeo, Girl Talk, Cadence Weapon, Shudder To Think, Taking Back Sunday, Soulwax, Kaki King, Does It Offend You, Yeah?, Flosstradamus, The Octopus Project, Franki Chan, Witchcraft, Tiny Masters of Today, The Whigs and more.
For those who can not attend the festival, they can still see exclusive festival footage, create a digital mix tape, download videos and photos and register to win ACL tickets by visiting http://www.delllounge.com/summerrocks