Dogepalooza, a festival celebrating Dogecoin (CRYPTO: DOGE) and its community, is taking place in Sugar Land, Texas, on Oct. 9, 2021, and organizers shared some exclusive updates highlighted on Benzinga's “Moon or Bust” show.
Adding Musical Talent/Performers: Among the biggest elements of Dogepalooza will be the musical acts and entertainment.
White Sun is one of the latest artists and headliners to be added to the lineup at Dogepalooza. The group won a Grammy Award for Best New Age Album for their second album, “White Sun II.” The group’s music has reached No.1 on Billboard, iTunes and Amazon in the New Age category. White Sun’s single “Dream Land (Live)” reached No. 1 on the iTunes reggae chart.
Lil Mook, known for the hit “Dogecoin to the Moon,” will perform. Mook has gained a loyal following and has seen strong support from the Dogecoin community, gaining a strong Twitter following.
“We are so excited to have Lil Mook performing at Dogepalooza!” the event team said.
Akua, aka “The Dancing Doge,” will perform at Dogepalooza. The Dancing Doge is a male Shiba Inu that is internet famous for dancing and has hundreds of thousands of views across the internet. The dog will perform during Damon Elliott’s set.
The Dogepalooza team said they had to get permission from the venue and the Houston Astros for “The Dancing Doge” to perform at the event.
Beatport charting electronic music producer, DJ, songwriter and singer Astro-Cat was named a new performer at Dogepalooza. Astro-Cat is blurring the lines of the EDM spectrum even further with his latest release, “Dogecoin.”
Singer and songwriter Simona has co-written and starred in …
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