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Public Enemy, Panda Bear, Broken Social Scene to Headline North Carolina’s Hopscotch Festival

120 Bands Total to Play in Raleigh, NC

Mar 31, 2010 Bookmark and Share


Prepare to add Hopscotch to the music festival list. Announced by The Independent Weekly, Hopscotch will have 120 bands in downtown Raleigh, North Carolina for three days, September 9 to 11. The lineup will include Panda Bear, Broken Social Scene, Public Enemy, The Love Language, No Age, Akron/Family, and Atlas Sound, to name but a few. The lineup brings together the Triangle's rich music scene. "Several music festivals in the Triangle make it clear how strong the talent in North Carolina is, and they do it better and better each year," says Grayson Currin, Music Editor of the Independent Weekly, in a press release. "We don't want to replace that. Rather, we want to expand on it by showing that this area has the caliber of bands and listeners that can support a big music festival."

Admission for Hopscotch Music Festival varies. Individual tickets for the shows in Raleigh City Plaza-on Friday, Sept. 10, featuring Panda Bear, Broken Social Scene and The Rosebuds; on Saturday, Sept. 11, featuring Public Enemy, No Age and The Love Language-cost $30 each. Fans can also buy a wristband for $45, which allows entry into all nine festival clubs throughout the three-day festival.  

Some of the other bands playing include: Washed Out, Tortoise, Lucero, 9th Wonder, Marissa Nadler, Harvey Milk, Fucked Up, Javelin, Richard Buckner, Megafaun, Kylesa, Harlem, Best Coast, Cults, Collections of Colonies of Bees, Double Dagger, Future Islands, Bear in Heaven, and many others. Hopscotch’s official website contains the full list of line-ups and additional ticket information.



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Send Rakhis
August 14th 2010
7:10am

I read about all bands in the post and I am lover of smack that music from akon and I dance to the steps of his music. There are 9 different bands going to play in three days this september. While I was searching for online portal for send rakhi to India to my brother who is living India and somehow I came to your post and which felt is really nice. This post about 120 bands going to perform Raleigh Hopscotch festival. But I belive this September will have great fun in weekend for people in North Carolina.