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Primus, Orbital On Moogfest Lineup

04:01 PM Monday 8/6/12 | |

The third annual Moogfest gears up as the North Carolina music blowout announces its lineup and ticket onsales.

  • Primus

    Palladium Ballroom, Dallas, TX
    May 25, 2011

    (Joseph Dowling)

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Scheduled for Oct. 26-27 at various venues in the town Bob Moog took to calling “home,” that is, Asheville, N.C., this year’s Moogfest will include Primus’ 3D tour along with Orbital, Miike Snow, Santigold, Richie Hawtin, Squarepusher, Explosions In The Sky, Carl Craig, Four Tet, Thomas Dolby, Divine Fits, GZA (presenting Liquid Swords), EL-P, and Killer Mike.

Venues for this year’s Moogfest range in size from the U.S. Cellular Center and the Thomas Wolfe Auditorium to nightclubs such as Orange Peel and intimate halls such as the Asheville Music Hall.

Daily schedules have yet to be announced.

Produced in conjunction with Moog Music and the City of Asheville, onsales, including VIP packages, begin Aug. 10.  Proceeds benefit the Bob Moog foundation. Visit Moogfest.com for more information.


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