Mad Decent Block Party 2014

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Jul 26 - Sep 21 2014

USA (Traveling Festival)

Annual touring festival hosted by acclaimed DJ Diplo and his Mad Decent label. Along with the musical entertainment, there will be food and carnival games at every stop.

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Festival schedule is not released yet.

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