By Kim GandyPosted March 15, 2019 08:48:33Plyyboy has opened up its doors in New Jersey, and we’re excited to finally be able to show you the first photos from the festival.
The new festival is going to be held on March 21-23 and will feature a number of free music and art events.
The festival will be the largest free music event in the US this year, and is being co-located with a slew of other festival sites across the country.
Plyys opening has been delayed a bit by the flu, so we’re hoping the show can be held a little earlier.
We will be giving you more details on the festival as they become available.
Stay tuned to Engadge for all the latest on Pley Boy Festival!
The festival will feature live music from all over the world including bands from South Korea, Portugal, Italy, and Japan.
We also plan to have a variety of exhibits and performances that will be part of the festival, including a live music performance by Kool G Rap, a pop-up show by a live-music artist from New York, a film by artist James Gunn, and an immersive virtual reality experience from VR pioneer Vive.
The festival is free, but there is a $15 admission fee that you can take to the show.
We’ll be bringing you all the details as we get them.
Pley Boy is one of the first festivals in the world to showcase electronic music in New England, and there’s been plenty of interest from fans and artists alike.
Pussycat, a new group from Boston, has announced plans to bring their first performance at the festival on March 14, 2019.
They’ve already announced a full lineup for the festival and will be playing their new track “Barefoot” on the opening night of the event.
Pussycat’s music is very raw and personal, but they’ve already had a success with the cover of “Pussy” on their debut EP, Pussy Cat: Live at PussyCat.