Wait, Cam'ron Is Playing The Thin Line Film Fest in Denton Next Month?
Well, this is sort of bizarre, but extremely cool nonetheless: Cam'ron is going to perform at Harvest House during the Thin Line Film Fest.
That's right. Killa Cam is coming all the way to Denton to perform at a mostly documentary film-oriented festival, and just outside of the window of South By South West spillover too, so you know he means it.
Weirdly, news on this matter has been quite mum, save for an innocuous short video post. The choice not to blow this whole thing up is an an especially odd one since Thin Line Film Fest takes place a little over a month from now. You'd think they'd want the hype?
Anyway, you can grab tickets for the Harvest House-hosted show, which also has KB Muzik, Gas House Smitty and Jessie Frye as openers, right here.
Aside from Cam'ron news there isn't much else out there about the five-day festival, to be honest. But we do know that Alejandro Escovedo is headlining a show at Dan's Silverleaf, too.
The purple haze of secrecy is killin' me.
Update at noon on January 20: Wondering why the above embedded video isn't working? Well, that's because this show is no longer happening… well, not like we were first led to believe it was, at least. The show has now moved from during the actual run of the Thin Line Film Fest to a later date — Wednesday, April 13 — as well as from the more-intimate Harvest House to the larger Rockin' Rodeo. Alas, such is commerce and capitalism — or maybe schedules. Who knows? In the meantime, even though it's less than a month away, Thin Line has still not released its programming schedule.
Update at 3 p.m. on January 20: We reached out to Thin Line Film Fest to see if festival passes would be honored for the April show and they said both music passes and all-access passes will be accepted as admission for the April show.