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Sasquatch! Music Festival Announces Lineup

11:01 AM Friday 2/3/12 | |

The Northwest festival unleashes a gigantic lineup for its 11th year ranging from Jack White to Clap Your Hands Say Yeah to Pretty Lights, Tenacious D, The Shins and more.

Scheduled for May 25-28, the lineup for the Sasquatch! Music Festival is packed with talent and includes Beck, Bon Iver, The Shins, Beirut, Girl Talk, The Roots, The Head And The Heart, Portlandia, Feist, Silversun Pickups, Metrick, Explosions In The Sky, and more.

Actually, we could burn through tons of bytes listing all the acts appearing at Sasquatch! this year like The Walkmen, Spiritualized, Wild Flag, and The War On Drugs as well as M. Ward, John Reilly & Friends, Jamey Johnson and the country/folk duo The Civil Wars.

There’s also some funny business planned for this year’s Sasquatch in the form of comedians Nick Kroll, John Mulaney, Todd Barry, Beardyman, Rob Delaney, Pete Holmes, Howard Kremer and more.

But we’re just brushing the surface of the festival named for the mythical beast that roams the Northwest. For more data, including ticket information, visit SasquatchFestival.com.


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