|Venue||City National Grove of Anaheim|
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|Inaugurated||March 30, 2019|
|Founders||Dance Gavin Dance|
|Area||Orange County, California|
SwanFest is an annual music festival event in the Western United States in Anaheim, California at the venue City National Grove of Anaheim. The event takes its name from the last name of Dance Gavin Dance guitarist Will Swan; the festival was founded by the band in association with Rise Records, a record label based in Beaverton, Oregon. Its inaugural year took place on March 30, 2019 and primarily features musical groups from the post-hardcore, metalcore, and alternative music genres.
The first annual SwanFest was announced on November 10, 2018 and took place on March 30, 2019. Dance Gavin Dance headlined the first annual festival with additional bands such as Periphery, Don Broco, Crown the Empire, and Volumes, among others. The festival was the first date on Dance Gavin Dance's The Artificial Selection Tour.
The band published a statement while announcing the first annual SwanFest:
Over the past couple of years we’ve worked with countless stylistically unique bands, so we decided it would be a great idea to personally curate our own festival.
On April 1, 2019, Dance Gavin Dance confirmed that a second SwanFest will take place in 2020.
- Ulrich, Kaitlyn (2018-11-10). "Dance Gavin Dance announce first annual Swanfest". Alternative Press. Retrieved 2019-07-17.
- "Dance Gavin Dance announces 'Artificial Selection' tour 2019". AXS. Retrieved 2019-07-17.
- Dance, Dance Gavin (2019-04-01). "The first ever Swanfest ruled. Thank you for selling it out. SEE YOU NEXT YEAR. Southern Cali - we love you so much we added TWO more shows in LA at El Rey Theatre on May 11th & 12th. Get your tickets: http://dancegavindance.vip .pic.twitter.com/mO1CGewlUu". @DGDtheband. Retrieved 2019-07-17. line feed character in
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