Adult Swim hits the road again this spring to party with tomorrow’s leaders for their fifth crazy and outrageous college tour.
The 2012 Adult Swim Carnival Tour will hit 10 different stops and feature free live music, unique and wacky games, tons of Adult Swim prizes, and an experience like no other. Out with the bearded lady and the two-headed snake act, Adult Swim’s bringing a massive cat and unicorn horns!
The Adult Swim Carnival Tour gets started March 21 and wraps April 20. Carnival goers can transform themselves into ’70s superheroes at the Black Dynamite photo booth, create their own custom Adult Swim t-shirts, play awesome carnival games, and take home free gear. Be sure to check out the cash grab on stage – an event that will be at each tour stop. Exclusive content from soul-packed animated series Black Dynamite and face-melting, head-banging series Metalocalypse, featuring Dethklok, will also be shown throughout the tour.
Local DJs will get the party started at each stop along the tour and keep the crowd going before musical acts take the stage. Dan Deacon and Band of Skulls will be headlining the first half of this wild adventure and other cool acts are to follow at the later stops. The events are free and open to the public, hours vary by location and certain stops require a college ID. Check out Adult Swim Presents for more information. The Adult Swim Carnival Tour will hit the following cities, each stop featuring a different musical act:
CARNIVAL TOUR DATES
March 21: Newark / University of Delaware / Dan Deacon
March 24: Auburn / Auburn University / Dan Deacon
March 29: Lexington / University of Kentucky / Flosstradamus
April 02: Brookings /South Dakota State University / Dan Deacon
April 05: Columbia / University of Missouri / Band of Skulls
April 09: Iowa City / University of Iowa / Dan Deacon
April 12: Las Vegas / University of Nevada, Las Vegas / Reggie Watts
April 14: Flagstaff / Northern Arizona University / Flosstradamus
April 17: Eugene / University of Oregon / Dan Deacon
April 20: Washington / Washington State University / Special Music Guests
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