Logan City Limits Music Festival featuring Smallpools, The National Parks, Westward the Tide and many local bands from Utah, Las Vegas and California. Utah State University April 9th, 2016.

Logan City Limits 2016 lineup and schedule


Local bands and USU students to share stage with Smallpools at Logan City Limits music festival

Logan, Utah — The Utah State University Student Association and Aggie Radio are proud to present chart-climbing band, Smallpools, at the seventh annual Logan City Limits music festival on Saturday, April 9 from 11:30 a.m.-10:30 p.m.

Smallpools to play at Utah State University Logan City Limits
Smallpools Sean Scanlon, Michael Kamerman, Joe Intile, and Beau Kuther

With Sean Scanlon on vocals, Michael Kamerman on guitar, Joe Intile on bass, and Beau Kuther on drums, Smallpools has crossed the country while developing their unique indie pop sound. Their 2013 EP, Smallpools, featured breakout track “Dreaming” which earned the group over 4.5 million views and a performance on Jimmy Kimmel Live. Lovetap! the band’s full-length debut — features airtight songs with a buzzy electro-pop vibe. Their style varies from clever and catchy to intriguing and ambient.

“We had a lot of random ideas when we started,” Kamerman said. “But once we kind of hit on the sound, I think we all knew it. We grew up listening to the same stuff that our parents loved — Billy Joel, Paul Simon, Springsteen, Elton John — so the goal was always to push ourselves in writing what we thought were good songs. The actual sound of it just sort of came from this new world we suddenly found ourselves living in.”

Smallpools will be the headliner in a lineup of bands from Utah, California and Las Vegas. Provo-based folk-pop band The National Parks, Salt Lake City Weekly’s 2016 Band of the Year, will be performing, as well as the 2014 Band of the Year, Westward the Tide. Local bands Kitfox and little Barefoot feature students from Utah State University.

Logan City Limits Music Festival featuring Smallpools, The National Parks, Westward the Tide and many local bands from Utah, Las Vegas and California. Utah State University April 9th, 2016.
Logan City Limits Music Festival featuring Smallpools, The National Parks, Westward the Tide and many local bands from Utah, Las Vegas and California. Utah State University April 9th, 2016.

“It’s been incredible to have so many talented artists come together for LCL this year,” said Nathan Dukatz, the USUSA Arts and Lectures Director. “It’s neat to see nationally recognized bands perform with local artists like Kitfox and VanLadyLove.”

Logan City Limits will be held on the USU Quad, weather permitting. The event, which is Cache Valley’s largest music festival, is free to community members and students. For more information on the groups performing, visit logancitylimits.com.

Performances will alternate between two stages with five-minute breaks between sets.

Stage 1

Stage 2

11:30

Faraday le Soleil

12:05

RAE

Young North

Mojave Nomads

little Barefoot

The Federal Empire

 

DOE

 

Panthermilk

Foreign Figures

Brumby

John Allred

Kitfox

 

The National Parks

 

Westward the Tide

VanLadyLove 

Fictionist 

9:15

Smallpools 

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