August 29, 2008

Spare the Air Music Festival in Downtown Fullerton, CA, This Saturday, August 30 From 11am – 8pm

FULLERTON, Calif., Aug. 29 /PRNewswire/ --

   What:         The 12th annual Spare the Air Music Festival, the largest                 festival of its kind in the United States.                  Spare the Air is a program established by the Air Quality                 Management District to combat air pollution during the                 summer, the season when clear skies, hot temperatures,                 lighter winds, and a strong temperature inversion combine                 and trap air pollutants near the ground.    Who:          Congressman Ed Royce; Orange County Supervisors and OCTA                 Board of Directors John Moorlach and Chris Norby; Miguel                 Pulido, Mayor of Santa Ana; Sharon Quirk, Mayor of                 Fullerton; and many other local and regional political                 figures.                  Hosted by KROQ's Stryker, the line-up for the main stage of                 the festival will feature an acoustic performance by The                 Used, Saosin, Lit, Sugarcult, Death by Stereo, John Easdale                 of Dramarama, Divide the Day and Longway. The line-up for                 the Ozone Dance Tent will feature Peanut Butter Wolf, DJ                 Harvey, B-Side Players, Free the Robots, DJ Pubes and Jamie                 Allensworth.  Attendance is anticipated to be upward of                 20,000 people.    When:         Saturday, August 30                 11:00am - 8:00pm                     MEDIA MUST RSVP FOR CREDENTIALS: 213.675.6476    Where:        The Fullerton Transportation Center                 120 East Santa Fe Avenue                 Fullerton, California    Ticket info:  As KROQ 106.7 is a sponsor of the event, ticket prices are                 set at $10.67 + handling fee                  Tickets are currently on sale through TicketMaster                 charge-by-phone lines at (213) 480-3232 and at all                 TicketMaster retail ticket centers or online at                         The festival is all-ages and is open to the public.     Contact    Greg Mielcarz    Mobile:  (213) 675-6476    Email:  [email protected]  

Spare the Air Music Festival

CONTACT: Greg Mielcarz, mobile, +1-213-675-6476,[email protected], for Spare the Air Music Festival

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