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2012 Sasquatch Music Festival Lineup Announced

Featuring Jack White, Bon Iver, St. Vincent, and More

Feb 03, 2012 Cass McCombs Bookmark and Share


The 11th annual Sasquatch Music Festival has announced its official lineup of artists, including Jack White, Bon Iver, Tenacious D, The Shins, St. Vincent, Feist, The Roots, Beirut, and Beck.

Also performing are The Walkmen, Spiritualized, Explosions in the Sky, tUnE-yArDs, Wild Flag, The Joy Mormidable, Zola Jesus, M. Ward, I Break Horses, Active Child, Lord Huron, Metric, The Head and the Heart, Cass McCombs, Clap You Hands Say Yeah, Kurt Vile, The War on Drugs, and numerous others.

This year also features the return of a comedy lineup, featuring a live performance of Portlandia and stand-up by Nick Kroll, John Mulaney, Todd Barry, Rob Delaney, and more. The festival will run from May 25-28 at the Gorge Ampitheatre in George, Washington, with passes going on sale on Feb. 11 at 10 a.m. PST at the event’s official website.

Sasquatch! Music Festival 2012 Lineup Announcement from Sasquatch Festival on Vimeo.



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Dr. Marla Ahlgrimm
June 13th 2012
8:10am

The Sasquatch! Music Festival was founded in 2002 by Pacific Northwest-based concert promoter Adam Zacks. Prior to the inception of the festival, Zacks booked and managed shows at the Roseland Theater in Portland, Oregon.

Paul Perito
June 17th 2012
4:10am

What an awesome live performance. Really interesting features.

FXDD
June 29th 2012
5:39am

This year has the best lineup of artists. 2012 Sasquatch Music Festival ROCKS!

Douglas Andrew
January 22nd 2013
2:48pm

By making career planning an annual event, you will feel more secure in your career choice and direction and you’ll be better prepared for the many uncertainties and difficulties that lie ahead in all of our jobs and career.

Jannika
July 14th 2016
5:58pm

When I was in school we were taught that the Founding Fathers went to great lengths to create a system where the government could not take over the pelo#e&p39;s lives. Very sad to see so many people today want their lives controlled by the government, and want to force such horror on the rest of us.As for Democracy and voting, yes, voting leads nowhere good if those voting aren't good people.