Tired of the same acoustic-duos? Missed Bonnapalooza and now your summer is BLOWN?
Do you have FIVE DOLLARS?
Then you need to come to SELL-OUT CON! Hypercube Laboratory’s latest attempt at injecting MUTANT POWERS into the Orlando art-scene!
TWO BARS + CRAZY BANDS = ONE AMAZING DAY!
Sell-Out Con is a one-of-kind performance arts convention being held in the heart of Orlando, the Mills50 District!
Local staple Uncle Lou’s LMGA and newcomer Grumpy’s Underground Lounge are combining forces with Hypercube to provide the easiest access to some of Central Florida’s most unique acts of “entertainment”. Easier to navigate than Fringe Festival, cheaper than a cover-fee in downtown, and more fun than watching bumfights at Lake Eola (we hope)!
Over TEN live acts will be performing on our two indoor stages at Grumpy’s and Uncle Lou’s! One after the other, enjoy a full day of original music and performance art as well as acoustic acts and burlesque routines including aerial stunts on our outdoor stage in the vendor area! All of this for only FIVE BUCKS? What a deal!
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Illuminated Paths (Independent Record Label)
Get the latest cassette copies of some of the hottest names in Electronica, Vaporwave and Lo-Fi music!
Do you want to SELL-OUT?
Do you have an act you would like to bring to Sell-Out Con? We are accepting applications from musicians, comedians and performance artists that are not currently signed to major labels.
Sell-Out Con also has a vendors area available for local artists and writers/publishers. If you are interested, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Sell-Out Con is designed to promote independent artists from the Central Florida area that are not currently working with major record labels, art dealers or large studios. This is an experimental venue for “underground” acts to access. Performers are allowed to sell their merchandise (T-Shirts, CD’s, Zines/Books) and do not have to pay to play at the event. Performers keep any money that they make selling tickets to the event, and Hypercube Laboratory does not take any cut from their earnings.