.: moe.down 2003 :.
The fourth annual moe.down will again be in Turin, NY at Snow Ridge Ski Area, over Labor Day Weekend (Aug. 29, 30, & 31).
Tickets are now on-sale. Ticket includes all 3 days of music as well as camping. Get your tickets and make your way out to Turin, NY.
A map of the grounds can be found here.
the finalized lineup & schedule for moe.down 03 is in!
11 am - 11:45 Xavier Rudd
12:15 pm - 1:30 Al & the Transamericans
1:45 pm - 3:15 moe.
3:45 pm - 5:15 Umphrey's McGee
6:00 pm -7:30
Yonder Mountain String Band
8 pm - 9:30 Flaming Lips
10 pm - 11:30 moe.
12:00 am - 2:00 moe.
12:00 pm - 1:15 Peter Prince & The Trauma Unit
1:45 pm - 3 Swamp Donkey
3:30 pm - 5 Reid Genauer & the Assembly of Dust
6 pm - 7:30
They Might Be Giants
8 pm - 9:30 moe.
10 pm - midnight moe.
moe.links? Golf much? If you're interested in the moe.down charity golf outing to take place on Friday morning, contact Jeff Holl, the man behind the movement. Place: Turin Highlands golf course, 5 minutes from the venue http://www.turinhighlands.com/ Below is Jeff's email with all the details.
I am pleased to announce that the details are finalized for the 3rd annual moe.down charity golf outing. This yearâ€™s event will benefit the American Diabetes Association. The event will take place on Friday, August 29, 2003 at the Turin Highlands Golf Course (turinhighlands.com) and will start promptly with a shotgun start at 9 a.m.
The course is located about 5 minutes away from the Snow Ridge Ski Area, where the moe.down will be held. Space is limited to the first 65 people who sign up, so please do so in advance as I think this year we will fill all the slots. The members of moe. have verbally committed to me to play, but I can make no guarantee that all will play.
The cost of the event will be $70 per person, which includes 18 holes of golf, a cart for two golfers, a grilled lunch after the round, all the keg beer you can drink, a gift for playing and a donation to the charity. We will also have prizes for the winning team as well as closest to the pin and longest drive. Hackers are more than welcome, but you will need a set of clubs per player, sorry, no rentals are available. You must golf to participate and a collared shirt is required. Unfortunately, no camping is available on Thursday night at the concert campgrounds.
I am also taking donations for those who don't wish to participate, with tax-deductible receipts provides by the American Diabetes Association. I do have donation sheets for those interested. Please feel free to pass this email to those who may be interested. If you are interested in playing, making a donation, have questions or would like to sign up, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Remember, this is a great event for an even better cause.
info you probably know:
ON SALE NOW AT Ticketmaster, Snow Ridge Ski Area (800-962-8419), TICKETS ALSO AVAILABLE AT GATE
– No cameras or video taping in the concert area. Audio taping in designated taping area only on a first come first serve basis. No board patches.
– Beware of counterfeit tickets.
– The sale of alcohol and food is strictly prohibited.
– The sale of illegal drugs is strictly prohibited.
– We ask that you please give us a hand to keep the parking lots and camping areas clean.
– No food or drinks may be brought into the concert area except sealed water bottles and empty plastic containers. There will be plenty of food and drink available in the concession area.
– No pets
– No fireworks or incendiary devices
– No open fires
– No glass or metal containers
– No illegal drugs or controlled substances
– No knives or weapons
– All children 8 and older must have a ticket
– This is a rain or shine event, be prepared
– Port-o-johns, showers (rustic) and bathrooms are located in campground area.
– restrooms located in moe.âs tavern.
– port-o-johns located in concert area.
–Medical station is located on the North end of the main parking lot, or look for Ski Patrol.
– Lewis Co. General Hospital - 315-376-5200
The parking lot will be approximately 200 yards from camping area, no cars allowed in camping area. Be prepared to carry your stuff.
Ski lifts will be open. You will not be allowed on the ski lifts with your bike without a bike helmet. Do not forget to bring locks to keep your bike safe.
(120 miles) NYS Thruway 90 West to Exit 31 (Utica), Route 12 North to Boonville, Routes 12D North & 26 North to Turin.
(145 miles) Route 81 North to Syracuse, NYS Thruway 90 East to Exit 33 (Verona). Route 365 East to Rome, Route 26 North to Turin.
(35 Miles) Route 26 South to Turin.
Kingston, Ontario & Watertown:
Route 401 East, to Route 81 South, to Exit 45 (Arsenal St), through downtown Watertown to State St, to Route 12 to Lowville, Route 26 South to Turin.
Rochester and points west:
(145 Miles [rochester]) NYS Thruway 90 East to Exit 33 (Verona), Route 365 East to Rome, Route 26 North to Turin.
(30 Miles) Route 26 North to Turin.
(75 Miles) NYS Thruway 90 East to Exit 33 (Verona), Route 365 East to Rome, Route 26 North to Turin.
(40 Miles) Route 12 North to Boonville, Routes 12D North & 26 North to Turin.