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Iration $23.77      Breaking Benjamin $40.46      Frankie Valli And The Four Seasons $76.44      Madeon $26.43      Dailey & Vincent $25.04      2Cellos $46.97      Of Monsters And Men $37.53      Cody Jinks $18.23      Dawes $29.50      The Infamous Stringdusters $19.95      Johnnyswim $23.50      Five Finger Death Punch $40.69      Shakey Graves $24.29      Nahko and Medicine for the People $23.67      Reel Big Fish $20.67      Salute To Vienna $64.01      Pepper $23.29      Jim Gaffigan $51.21      Pouya $22.21      Chris Young $38.50      Dave Rawlings Machine $33.90      Twenty One Pilots $29.73      The Neighbourhood $32.46      Gary Clark Jr. $38.97      One Direction $79.82      Kevin Gates $25.72      Puscifer $47.43      Imagine Dragons $52.63      "Peppa Pig Live!" $42.79      Dave Mason $48.67      Dark Star Orchestra $28.51      Matisyahu $35.45      Willie Nelson $67.16      Orquesta Buena Vista Social Club $47.91      Little Big Town $40.30      Lettuce $26.57      Ed Sheeran $57.31      Drew Holcomb & The Neighbors $19.37      Beach House $29.01      The Main Squeeze $18.02      Widespread Panic $48.10      Turnpike Troubadours $24.71      Sufjan Stevens $41.84      Purity Ring $23.77      Jason Isbell $36.26      San Antonio Symphony Orchestra $33.63      Silverstein $19.82      "Winter Jam" $14.68      Casting Crowns $30.91      Mannheim Steamroller $55.94      
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Festival Updates From Minnesota to New York

01:01 PM Thursday 5/10/12 | |

Lineups have been announced for Celebrate Brooklyn!, Lakefront Music Fest & Pygmalion Music Festival.

Celebrate Brooklyn! 

2012 marks Celebrate Brooklyn!’s 34th year of free performances. The summer series is held June through August in Brooklyn, N.Y., at the Prospect Park Bandshell.

The opening night of the festival begins June 5 with Jimmy Cliff. The schedule includes Laura Marling, Michael Kiwanuka and Willy Mason June 14; Balkan Beat Box, Chico Trujillo and Nation Beat June 16; Mary Mary and Latice Crawford June 21; Keb’ Mo’ and Natalia Zukerman June 22; and Ghostface Killah, Camp Lo, Astro and more June 23.

Celebrate Brooklyn has also lined up free performances from Lyle Lovett and Aoife O’Donovan; Little Dragon, Frankie Rose and Voices Of Black; Wild Flag and Mission of Burma; The Head and The Heart and Lost In The Trees; Calle 13, Ana Tijoux and Ritmo Machine; and Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue, The Brooklyn Steppers and Dayna Kurtz.

Tickets are on sale now for Celebrate Brooklyn!’s benefit concerts, priced between $30 to $45.

The benefit show lineup boasts Childish Gambino, Danny Brown and Schoolboy Q June 26; Dirty Projectors, Wye Oak and Purity Ring July 10; Hot Chip and Gang Gang Dance July 18; Wilco and Lee Fields & The Expressions July 23; Wilco and Lee Ranaldo Band July 24; Sigur Ros July 31; and M. Ward and Yo La Tengo Aug. 7.

For more information visit bricartsmedia.org

Lakefront Music Fest

The final lineup for the Lakefront Music Fest has been confirmed including headliners Travis Tritt and Creedence Clearwater Revisited

Created by the Prior Lake Rotary and presented by the Mystic Lake Casino Hotel and the Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community, the annual non-profit event is scheduled July 13-14 in Prior Lake, Minn., at Lakefront Park.

  • Travis Tritt

    The Buckhead Theatre, Atlanta, Ga.
    January 29, 2011

    (Chris McKay)


Friday, July 13 features Tritt, Rockie Lynne and Rocket Club. Creedence Clearwater Revisited takes the stage Saturday along with Mitch Ryder, G.B. Leighton and The Butanes.
Lakefront Music Fest supports the philanthropic missions of the Prior Lake Rotary Club Foundation, which funds local, national and international Rotary projects. This year proceeds from the fest will be shared with River Valley YMCA, Tee it up for the Troops, the Laker Athletic Booster Club (LABC) and Patrons of the Arts and Activities (PAA). 

Two-day tickets are $10 in advance or $15 at the gate.

For more information visit LakefrontMusicFest.com.

Pygmalion Music Festival

Pygmalion’s initial lineup has snagged Grizzly Bear, Dinosaur Jr. and Cloud Nothings.

The Illinois festival is held in multiple locations in Campaign and its sister city Urbana Sept. 27-29.  

So far, the lineup also includes Tennis, Lotus Plaza, Frankie Rose, Willis Earl Beal, Owen, Hospitality, Julia Holter, Craft Spells, Oh No Oh My, Zeus, My Jerusalem and more. 

  • Grizzly Bear

    Day two of the Bridge School Benefit, Shoreline Amphitheatre, Mountain View, Calif.
    October 24, 2010

    (John Davisson)


According to the schedule on the festival’s website, there are still more than 30 acts to announce. The full schedule is expected to be revealed by Aug. 1.

After yesterday’s quick early bird pass sell-out, a three-day pass will now set you back $75. Once the allotment of $75 passes are gone, the price will go up to $85. Single-show tickets will be available later in the summer.

For more information and to check out the rest of the initial lineup, visit PygmalionMusicFestival.com.