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Free Download Of The Week – ekoostik hookah “Life Is Good”

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with Grooveshire, Blue Moon Soup, Don’t Fear The Satellites
Saturday 3/2/2013
Madison Theater, 730 Madison Ave, Covington, KY
7pm doors, 8pm show, all ages, $13 adv – $15 dos
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ekoostik hookah has also just announced the lineup for Spring Hookahville 2013 at Clay’s Park Resort in N.Lawrence, OH.  It is taking place on Memorial Day Weekend 5/24 – 5/27/13.  The weekend includes 2 nights from ekoostik hookah, Rusted Root, Col Bruce Hampton, The Congress, Fletcher’s Grove, Dragon Wagon, One World Tribe, Blue Moon Soup, Glostik Willy, Howard, Lewis, and Lovins, The Mystics, Sultans of Bing, Aliver Hall. Continue reading

ekoostik hookah Announces Lineup for Spring Hookahville 2013 – Includes Rusted Root, Col Bruce Hampton & Many More

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Photo by Scott Preston

Lineup for The Ville, 5/24 – 5/27/13

Ekoostik Hookah, Rusted Root, Col Bruce Hampton, The Congress, Fletcher’s Grove, Dragon Wagon, One World Tribe, Blue Moon Soup, Glostik Willy, Howard, Lewis, and Lovins, The Mystics, Sultans of Bing, Aliver Hall

Clays Park Resort, 13190 Patterson Road, N. Lawrence, Ohio 44666
www.clayspark.com
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$65 Presale/$80 Saturday & Sunday/$50 Sunday Only
$20 Friday Early Bird
$35 Non-Hookup RVs
$20 Dogs Continue reading

Spring Hookahville Will Take Place At Clay’s Park in N. Lawrence, OH May 24-26

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Photo by Scott Preston

ekoostik hookah is happy to announce that The Ville, Spring 2013 will be held May 24-26 at Clay’s Park in N. Lawrence, OH. Located 20 miles from Canton, 30 miles from Akron, and 50 miles from Cleveland, Clay’s park has an incredible water park that all festival goers with full weekend passes will have access to (one day passes will have the option of purchasing a water park pass at a reduced rate). A skate/bike park and paint ball venue are also available options for those who wish to partake. The venue will be split in two between the festival and its attendees, and the “seasonal campers” that frequent the park. Continue reading