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Tuesday, October 16, 2012

WinterSalt, New December Music Fest, to Feature Dillon Francis, Zedd, Theophilus London, and More

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December isn't typically a time heavy on music festivals, but the new WinterSalt is hoping to change that. A complement to Eye Heart S.F.'s SummerSalt event, the Dec. 28 and 29 party at Fort Mason's Festival Pavilion will feature performances by Dillon Francis, Zedd, Theophilus London, and more. Two-day tickets for the brand-new WinterSalt SF go onsale today.

The festival was originally announced with Chromeo playing at DJ set on Saturday, but the funky Canadian electronic duo has since been removed from the lineup. A replacement is expected to be announced this weekend. Organizers promise many more additions to both days' billings, but here's the lineup so far:

Friday, Dec. 28

Travis Barker and Mixmaster Mike


Dillon Francis

Paper Diamonds

Aaron Axelsen

Saturday, Dec. 29

Headliner TBA

Special Guest TBA

Theophilus London

St. Lucia


Aaron Axelsen

It seems also worth noting that in addition to WinterSalt, Eye Heart SF is also promoting the Streets of San Francisco New Year's Eve party with A-Trak, DJ Craze, and Sam Issac, also at the Fort Mason Festival Pavilion.

-- @iPORT

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