Liquid Sol

Liquid Sol Festival, Still With No Lineup, Moves to Glendale (Maybe)

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For now, at least, it looks like this might come as a surprise to University of Phoenix Stadium, which is currently scheduled to hold the "Crossroads of the West Gun Show" on November 2 and 3 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

I'm not sure the Arizona Cardinals would go for this, but if the gun show exhibitors agreed to hold the show on the grass, and the grass were rolled out of the stadium at night . . . I guess there might be some safety risks, there, actually, but that's only my first idea. (My second idea is basically the same, only the guns all have bike locks on them.)

As of Tuesday night, their Facebook page, which explains their mission as "[targeting] such performers as the original Beach Boys, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Kid Rock, Cheap Trick and Lynard Skynrd," and the rest of their website hadn't been updated.

It could be that they were working tentatively toward a reboot that was only discovered early because yesterday's True Music Festival news sent curious music fans back to their website to check up on things; the first post on the subject from one of Liquid Sol's Facebook likes didn't come until shortly after the Scottsdale festival's announcement.

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Dan Moore