On Thursday Hopscotch will begin selling VIP and 3 Day Wristbands with single day and plaza tickets going on sale next year. The basic wristband is $110 and gets you into all of the shows. VIP adds a special kick off party and priority entrance at all clubs.
Closing thoughts on the final night of Hopscotch.
Braids’ Austin Tufts talks to us about the awesomeness of a mixed-gender band, the decision to drop out of college, and how much he loves the Carolinas.
The wild visual show, documented on New Raleigh.
Check out photos from some of the Saturday Day Parties.
A big night with lots of energy.
Not many men could pull of a denim jacket unbuttoned to their navel with jeans.
Check out photos from Hopscotch 2011 Day Two.
Check out our photos from last night’s parties.
Dodos drummer Logan Krober talks to us while doing laundry.
Our recommendations for the shopping, brunching, restaurants and more that will get you through this crazy-ass weekend.
22-year-old Trevor Powers of Youth Lagoon gets excited for Hopscotch.
Brooklyn’s irreverent surf pop artist Kevin Alvirs talks to us about hurricane parties and Daria. His project, The Hairs, will play at Kings Barcade Saturday night.
We talk with Ted Joyner from the band Gererationals before they play Hopscotch this weekend.
The wait is almost over for Hopscotch 2011, so we’ve asked a handful of musicians, artists, business owners, organizers and other friends what they are looking forward to at the festivities this coming weekend. Here are their fabulous answers.
New Raleigh and Yep Roc will be giving away 2 VIP all-show wristbands this week on Twitter.
The Hopscotch Artists and Authors panel discussions return for a sophomore run.
Love cats? Get your bike tuned and get ready to race around downtown to help out some kitties.
Along with 14 new bands, Hopscotch releases the jam packed September weekend schedule.
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