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Forecastle Festival’s Lineup Leaps Over Competition

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forecastle 2012 Forecastle Festivals Lineup Leaps Over Competition
I gotta give it up to the Forecastle Festival today after they announced the full lineup for their July 10th Anniversary Festival. After Pitchfork announced one of the weakest initial lineups that I can remember, the Louisville Fest comes out with guns blazing this year! Check out the full listing below.

If any tickets are left, you might wanna buy them now…

Forecastle Festival X – The 10th Anniversary

My Morning Jacket

Bassnectar

Wilco

Girl Talk

Andrew Bird

Sleigh Bells

Atmosphere

Neko Case

Clutch

A-Trak

Galactic

Flying Lotus

Beach House

The Head and the Heart

Stax! Soul Revue

Dr. Dog

Deer Tick

Preservation Hall Jazz Band

Charles Bradley & His Extraordinaires

Beats Antique

Real Estate

Justin Townes Earle

Washed Out

Walk The Moon

Dean Wareham Plays Galaxie 500

Wye Oak

Atlas Sound

Fruit Bats

Daedelus

Ben Sollee

Orchestre Poly-Rythmo

JEFF the Brotherhood

The Features

Mike Doughty

Tanlines

Zion I

Sleeper Agent

Floating Action

Wick-It The Instigator

James Vincent McMorrow

Wax Fang

Daniel Martin Moore

King’s Daughters & Sons

Houndmouth

Cheyenne Marie Mize

The Ravenna Colt

Rachel Grimes

Nerves Junior

Cabin

Scarlet Smile

Lydia Burrell

 Forecastle Festivals Lineup Leaps Over Competition

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Posted by Joe Long   @   29 February 2012 4 comments

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Feb 29, 2012
1:23 pm
#1 Kim :

Wow this is really impressive. I really want to support Bunbury but I’ve not been excited for any of the bands they’ve released info on thus far. I might be jumping ship over to Forecastle for the weekend…

Feb 29, 2012
2:49 pm

I hear you Kim. Looks like a lot of people feel the same way too. Bunbury’s gonna have to pull out the big guns to compete with Forecastle. If they continue with a more mainstream kind of vibe, I don’t think it’ll stand a chance at seeing a second year. There’s no way of knowing what the people at Bunbury have up their sleeves, but I just fear it’ll turn into a glorified outdoor version of MidPoint or even worse, something that looks like 96 Rock and WEBN put together. MidPoint’s a wonderful festival and all, but Bunbury shouldn’t be a replica of that. Bunbury may be bigger than MidPoint because of the bands that have already been announced, but I think the secret to success will be in the undercard.

Mar 5, 2012
2:51 pm
#3 euro60 :

It’s too early to come to any conclusion on Bunbury, with only 6 bands announced of a total of 100+ slots. That’s a lot of undercard to be filled still.

Mar 13, 2012
12:30 pm
#4 kage :

“If they continue with a more mainstream kind of vibe, I don’t think it’ll stand a chance at seeing a second year.”

I totally disagree with that statement. The more big “mainstream” acts they can get, the more people they will pull in.

The indie festival acts are already all over the place. They arent going to be able to compete with that, and its a much more limited audience. What this festivel needs in its first year to draw a crowd are as many names that people will recognize overall.

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