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This is a perfect fit for us because we're a Chicago company, this festival is all about style of music invented in Chicago, and beach connectivity in Chicago was invented by Everywhere Wireless.
CHICAGO, IL, July 08, 2015 /24-7PressRelease/ -- The two-day, two-stage annual Mamby on the Beach music festival at Oakwood Beach will offer Internet access to the artists from Everywhere Wireless, a key partner in public Internet access on Chicago's beaches and beyond.
Mamby will feature established, legendary artists in the indie-dance world, plus a selection of the world's most innovative house and techno producers.
"This is a perfect fit for us because we're a Chicago company, this festival is all about style of music invented in Chicago, and beach connectivity in Chicago was invented by Everywhere Wireless,'' said Marvin Hossain, Director of Business Development at Everywhere Wireless.
As thousands of House music fans enjoy sun, sand and sounds July 11 and 12, the artists performing will be connected on the Everywhere Wireless network. The Chicago company provided Internet for the Beach Boys and Kool & The Gang show at Montrose Beach earlier this year, and the Doobie Brothers last year.
Everywhere Wireless also keeps Chicagoans connected while at the beach even when there isn't a festival, providing Wi-Fi to five of Chicago's most popular beaches, including North Avenue, Rainbow and Montrose, as well as some of its parks, in a partnership with the City.
Mamby on the Beach is a product of React Presents, a Chicago-based part of SFX Entertainment, Inc. The festival celebrates a unique blend of live performances and the Chicago summer experience with Empire of the Sun and Passion Pit as headliners, along with DJ sets by various indie, house, and techno producers, including Chicago legends Felix Da Housecat and Farley Jackmaster Funk.
Everywhere Wireless owns, manages and controls a Chicago-based Gigabit Internet Network, uniquely designed to individual multi-family communities and businesses such as Cisco, CBS and Nike. The network offers speeds of more than 1,000 megabits per second, or 1 Gigabit, and has grown to service thousands of customers across Chicago.
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