Tuesday, June 7, 2016

Soundset 2016 Wrap Up | New Location, New Beginnings

On Sunday, May 29th, 2016, the 9th annual Soundset Festival opened its gates to over 30,000 attendees, and thus, the largest Soundset turnout to date enjoyed the all-day event in a new, yet familiar setting - The Minnesota State Fairgrounds on the Midway, in Saint Paul, MN.

Thank you to all those who supported this move, and to everyone who helped make this day a success. From the performing artists, to the working crews, to all of you fans who came from every possible corner of the United States, as well as from all around the world, including countries like Canada, Mexico, United Kingdom, China, Sweden, Norway, Germany, Brazil, Costa Rica, Netherlands, India, Sri Lanka, and more. Thank you to all the fans and supporters, worldwide!

Whether you made it to Soundset this year or not, please take a moment to watch this short recap of all the fun. If you were there, relive the experience, and leave a comment to let us know what your favorite moment of the day was. And if you didn't make it out this year, take note of all the exciting things you missed. Either way, enjoy!
And we hope to see you ALL for our 10-year anniversary next year, at Soundset 2017!

One more thing!
If you attended Soundset 2016, we'd like to ask you a couple simple questions, with hopes of making next year even better! Complete a brief 2-minute survey about your experience and we'll give you a 15% discount code for Soundset merchandise at Fifth Element, PLUS a chance to win FREE TICKETS to Soundset 2017!

Tell us about your experience now, by completing this brief survey: http://bit.ly/SS16survey

Produced by http://www.1Lightfilms.com
Directed by Andrew Melby
Edited by Andrew Melby
Director of Photography: Victor Rukavina
Producer: Stevie Kane

Aerial Video Production:
North Star Aerial

Video Production Crew:
Patrick Meehan
Dan Cummings
Adam Olson
Ben Myrick
Haley Hanson
Noah Puckett
Tony Belsito
Ben Krupa
Mike Ross
Christian Spraungel
Jason Wiltse
James Sorbel
Joe Dressel

Featured music:
"Mystery Fish" instrumental by Aesop Rock.
From the full-length album, "The Impossible Kid", out now on Rhymesayers Entertainment.

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