What happens when craft worlds collide?! Analog-A-Go-Go … it’s back and better than ever!
This is the sensory experience to end all sensory experiences. It starts with carefully crafted cask beer to satisfy your taste buds while listening to some analog music and perusing through hand crafted and curated goods.
Vinyl, live music, cask beer, artisans of all kinds - what more could you want?!
When: June 11-13, 2015
Where: Dogfish Head Craft Brewery and Dogfish Head Brewings & Eats.
We're selling 1,000 tickets, first-come first-served, so act fast! Tickets on sale now!
Thursday, June 11 – Dogfish Head Brewings & Eats / Rehoboth Beach
LIVE MUSIC starting at 10 PM. Tall Tales and the Silver Lining.
*Free show, no tickets necessary.
Friday, June 12 – Dogfish Head Brewings & Eats / Rehoboth Beach
LIVE MUSIC starting at 10 PM. Built to Spill.
*Free show, no tickets necessary.
Saturday, June 13 – Dogfish Head Craft Brewery / Milton
Get your cask on! All cask beer available for your tasting pleasure. The lineup is still being curated, but it’s a doozy!
We'll have shops on hand and a handful of East Coast vinyl collectors ready to sell, swap and barter. You'll also find food and more than half a dozen artists and vendors, including handmade yoga mat creations by Yoloha, vintage clothing shop Sid Vintage, woodworker Brian Kolakowski and outdoor life supplier Woolrich.
Full vendor list below.
PLEASE NOTE: Closed-toed shoes are a must for the tour. Brewery tours are for Analog ticket holders only. Our campus is closed to the general public on June 13.
LIVE MUSIC starting at 10 PM at Dogfish Head Brewings & Eats. Hop Along.
*Free show, no tickets necessary.
Purchase a $5 ticket on-site and you'll have to the chance to walk way with some pretty sweet givewaways! Including ...
NEW THIS YEAR!
Firefly Music Festival Giveaway
*This giveaway is now closed*
We’re giving away Firefly Music Festival passes! Purchase a ticket to Analog-A-Go-Go between April 21 – May 5 and automatically get entered to win two general admission passes to Firefly in Dover, DE from June 18 – June 21!
The winner will be announced on May 8 via email. For full details on Rules & Prizes, please click here.
For more information about Analog-A-Go-Go, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Let’s get Analog-A-Go-Go(ing)!
Meet the Vendors:
RECORD SHOPS & VINYL COLLECTORS
Other Music is a NYC-based record shop specializing in underground, rare and experimental music.
In the late 70’s in downtown Newark, Rainbow was born. Though the shop has worn many facades over the years (both literally and figuratively), it remains by popular love and demand.
KA-CHUNK!! Records is an owner operated record shop located in the heart of historic Annapolis, Maryland, with over 800 unique artists available. KA-CHUNK!! also offers a healthy dose of used records, and wide selection of flatstock art and concert screen prints.
Center For Better Grooves is a thriving used and new record store located in Greensboro, NC that has been open since November 2011. The store carries new & used records in all genres on LP's and 45's. In addition to being a record store CFBG's also sells local art and sponsors several concerts and events that happen in the city of Greensboro, NC.
Located in Northern Wilmington, Jupiter Records specializes in used vinyl. From rare Jazz and Psych, to your favorite Classic Rock titles, we've got something for everyone.
Solid Sender Records (New York)
HPRS Records (New Jersey)
Soul Relief (North Carolina)
The only authentic Cajun/Creole restaurant in the area! Located on rt. 16 in Milton, Delaware.
Mexican Inspired with LA flair.
Nosh on some Dogfish brats cooked with off-centered ingredients and infused with beers like Midas Touch, Chicory Stout and Raison D’Etre. The brats are the perfect culinary counterpoint to Dogfish Head’s off-centered ales.
HAND CRAFTED GOODS
Heidi Lowe Gallery is a contemporary art jewelry gallery exhibiting works by artists who are innovatively exploring a range of ideas, formats and materials and that exemplify the many exciting and diverse facets of contemporary art jewelry.
Every serious 45 collector needs something to put their prized collection into with a little pizzazz. Meg has something for you - hand crafted wood 45 boxes.
From organic abstractions and dreamscapes to capricious pop art and finely honed utilitarian objects, Brian Kolakowski's work simultaneously evokes a comforting familiarity and the awe of glimpsing the farthest reaches of an inexhaustibly creative mind. His commitment to carving almost exclusively by hand results in exquisite detail, surface texture and three dimensional shape, defying the raw material of flat planks, and gently coaxing it into a new, deeply expressive life. -Carolyn Macuga, art historian and educator
Jen Thorpe is the artist behind Glass Thorpdeo. She reclaims Dogfish Head bottles as decorative glass trays, lamps and all-natural soy candles. She also works with dichroic and art glass to create unique jewelry pieces - primarily pendants, earrings and bracelets.
Beka Butts is an illustrator currently living in Greensboro, NC since her graduation from the Savannah College of Art and Design in 2009. She is a co-founder of the 512 Collective, an artist collective and gallery in High Point, NC that hopes to bring the growing art community in High Point together to create a culture of locally supported artists and makers.
After working in the ceramic arts field for 15 years, Chris decided to open his own studio, Workable Earth Pottery, in Seaford, Delaware. Whether it’s called ceramics, pottery, fine art or craft his goal is to make objects that are wonderful to touch, hold and use. The clays used are stoneware, porcelain and earthenware; each with unique qualities in both making and finishing a piece. Just like the clay that comes from the earth he gets inspiration from nature. Creeping vines, ocean creatures, or microscopic organisms play a large role in the work.
Hailing from Austin, Petra Art & Interiors embraces metaphysical explorations, intricacies of the human psyche, no wait. Pretty things. Mostly just pretty things. Your home should reflect who you are, and the stuff hanging on the walls should make you happy.
From simple wool socks to famous cold-busting parkas, Woolrich products have embraced the authentic outdoor lifestyle for more than 180 years. They strive to design functional, comfortable and durable sportswear and outerwear for Men and Women using traditional fabrics like wool, cotton and down. In recent years, in an effort to provide superior comfort and protection in all conditions, they've incorporated more technical performance fibers, like nylon and polyester.
Stumptown was started with the goal of doing things differently, with a vision that’s always been a little left-of-center, and with the focus squarely on quality. They source the best coffees in the world and strive to maintain transparent, quality-based relationships with farmers along the way. From plant to portafilter, they pay homage to these folks through their own fervent attention to detail at every step - quality control in cupping labs, meticulous roasting profiles and extensive barista education.
After 9 years of retail, they moved their brick and mortar store online and on the road. They love vintage clothing, art and music and craft beer.
Public Supply is a for-profit company that produces responsibly sourced and well crafted writing, art, and office essentials. They channel 25% of profits from every sale to a teacher in a high-need classroom, who will use the money for a project that drives creativity. All design work on products is done in Brooklyn, New York, and all products are responsibly sourced in the United States.
Yoloha mats are the world's first yoga mat to utilize a natural cork surface. They hand build mats with an unmatched grip that increases the more you sweat and a self cleaning surface eliminating any nasty smells, germs or bacteria. They deeply care about the environment and your body, so the yoga mat is 100% recyclable with eco-friendly materials that contain no PVC's or harmful chemicals. The uniquely crafted mats will elevate your yoga experience and are guaranteed to last a lifetime or your money back.
Roaring Pines exists to help American manufacturers and makers grow and prosper. Providing you with the knowledge; tools and services to ensure your goods are built strong with the backing of domestic resources - from sourcing to manufacturing to checkout. Whether you’re Big or Small, Main Street or Downtown, Warehouse or Workshop, Roaring Pines is here to take American Made businesses from concept to checkout.
The Shine Craft Vessel Company designs and manufactures premium growlers, barware and utilities for social excursions.
Hand poured soy wax candles from Richmond Va. Using American made products wherever possible.
Small Room Collective is a road emporium & gallery space built in a gutted, hand-reconstructed 1963 Airstream Globetrotter. They feature "local from allover" art, pressed vinyl, jewelry, goods & a curated selection of vintage clothing picked on our travels across the U.S. Small Room Collective connects indie makers, shakers & movements since setting sail from Austin, TX in 2013.
Handcrafted wood furniture.