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Free Press Summer Fest in Houston: Featuring Broken Social Scene, Of Montreal, Explosions in the Sky

Proceeds From 2-Day August Event to Benefit Project Row Houses

Jul 01, 2009 Bookmark and Share


Summertime and festivals go hand-in-hand. So, if you happen to be in Houston Texas on August 8th & 9th, why not check out The Free Press Summer Fest? Featuring Under the Radar favorites Broken Social Scene, Of Montreal, and Explosions in the Sky, along with a bevy of up-and-comers, this might just be one of those shows worth braving the heat for.

Tickets for the two-festival start at the devastatingly low price of $16 for the two days. Better still: a portion of ticket prices go to benefit Project Row Houses—a community non-profit organization dedicated to the restoration, art and social activism of Houston’s historic Third Ward.

Good tunes and a good cause?  Now that’s something we can appreciate.

FULL LINEUP:

Broken Social Scene
Of Montreal
Explosions in the Sky
The Sword
Devin the Dude
What Made Milwaukee Famous
Prince Paul
Riverboat Gamblers
Octopus Project
UME
Buxton
Fat Tony
Wild Moccasins
Young Mammals
Sideshow Tramps
Grandfather Child
Perseph One
Los Skarnales
News on the March
Hearts of Animals
Grrrl Parts
H.I.S.D
Mechanical Boy
The Manichean
The Tontons
Scale the Summit
The Small Sounds
skyblue72
O Pioneers!
American Fangs
Riff Tiffs
Chase Hamblin
Ceeplus Bad Knives
Ryan Scroggins and Trenchtown Texans
Eastern Sea
Southern Backtones
Muhammidali
The Watermarks
B L A C K I E vs. Cop Warmth
Ghosttown Electric
I am Mesmer
Come See My Dead Person
Tha Fucking Transmissions

(www.freepresssummerfest.com)



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