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Thursday, August 21, 2008

Dayton Music Fest 08 Lineup Announced

...for the fourth year, the Dayton Music Fest will showcase some of the best of Dayton and more. While we previously announced that ex-GBV legend Robert Pollard will headline the event, here's the full lineup slated to perform on October 4....

Robert Pollard
The Joose Box
The Whathaveya
Come on Caboose
Blastronauts
Paper Airplane
Paego Paego
The Kyle Sowashes
Jordan Hull
Shrug
Lab Partners
After The Accident
Jasper The Colossal
The Rebel Set
The Story Changes
HQAX
The Northwest Ordinance
Grizzzzy Bear
Ruetschle
The Human Reunion
The Sailing
Kris N.
Joe Anderl
The Poor Devils
Mitch Mitchell's Terrifying Experience
The Goody Two Shoes
Toads and Mice
Dorsie Fyffe and the Fearless Flies
Andrew and the Pretty Punchers
Vanity Theft
Towhee


...be sure to stay tuned for your complete Dayton Music Fest 08 schedule and any changes/additions that may occur...

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17 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

well at least there's a few dayton band in the dayton music fest...

6:10 PM  
Blogger BASEMENT VIOLENCE said...

holy shit! it's like if you combined every other show that happens every fucking week in dayton into one really big show!

who fucking cares!

7:11 PM  
Blogger BASEMENT VIOLENCE said...

so cool that you censor your readers by approving their comments. wouldn't want anyones feelings hurt.

7:12 PM  
Blogger lonelylittlegirl said...

where is captain of industry?

9:32 PM  
Blogger Gus said...

There are a few bands missing that I thought would have been in for sure. Captain Of Industry, My Latex Brain, 8-Bit Revival, Accidentally On Purpose. But we get Bob to headline, that makes up for everything.

1:44 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

total bullshit. they need more cover bands.

7:57 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey tough guy up there, if the Buddah Den was censoring comments, do you really think yours would be visible?

12:08 PM  
Blogger BASEMENT VIOLENCE said...

i'm such a tough guy. sorry if i offended all yr best friends bands.

try to deny that those same bands don't play the same shows with each other every fucking week. shit is stagnant.

i'm glad pollard rarely plays in dayton. thats the only fresh thing about it.

4:15 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

looks like an okay line up

5:50 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"holy shit! it's like if you combined every other show that happens every fucking week in dayton into one really big show!

who fucking cares!"


looks like a chord has been struck with some shitty bands.

5:58 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"i'm such a tough guy. sorry if i offended all yr best friends bands.

try to deny that those same bands don't play the same shows with each other every fucking week. shit is stagnant."

Read it again. I was pointing out that the Buddah Den isn't censoring anyone's comments, including your negative ones. But if you're prone to being passionately concerned about such clearly earth shattering subjects such as a feeble midwestern music scenes, have at it.

9:46 AM  
Blogger faith void faith said...

dayton has a music scene?

10:03 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

wah wah this ain't no joke

shitty local bands wrapped around my throat

broken guitars surround my bed

came out of the womb with dayton dirt collective in my head

tryin to make a livin playin shitty venues

but i'm too punk to care so i just read rancid's menu

4:21 AM  
Blogger faith void faith said...

what the fuck? who said anything about punk? there are no punk bands in dayton.

11:31 AM  
Blogger Gus Stathes said...

I would kind of expect it to look like "if you combined every other show that happens every fucking week in dayton into one really big show" - it is after all the Dayton Music Festival.

1:34 PM  
Anonymous whoopi goldberg said...

"I would kind of expect it to look like "if you combined every other show that happens every fucking week in dayton into one really big show" - it is after all the Dayton Music Festival."

sum senses he got

12:49 PM  
Anonymous powerskirt said...

Hey - wanted to let you all know that Five Rivers MetroParks is hosting it's annual GearFest on Sat. Oct 4 at Eastwood MetroPark. This celebration of outdoor heads is featuring a ton of music this year - including the national Everlasting Sound Tour Stage and a WYSO Music Discovery Series Stage. For folks looking to pre-game before the Dayton Music Fest - it's a great way to spend the afternoon.

Check out the details: http://www.metroparks.org/gearfest/Music.aspx

You'll see that Captain of Industry is playing Friday Night at GearFest Eve. Come on out - you can camp for free!

4:58 PM  

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