Music Fest Northwest Lineup Announced

 

September event will
feature national and Portland-region acts.

 

By Blurt Staff

 

Willamette Week’s Musicfest
NW announces this year’s festival line-up which will be held at various venues
around the Portland, OR metropolitan area on September 16, 17, 18
& 19. Among the notable players already lined up: Sunny Day Real Estate,  Explosions
In The Sky, Beach House, Girl Talk, Bad Brains, Pains Of Being Pure At Heart
and Mudhoney.

 

Full details can be found at the MFNW official site.

 

MFNW’s ultimate aim is to provide Portland with a unique and special musical
experience that features all types of acts including nationally renowned
artists while still honoring and supporting the special musical scene of the
Northwest. Seattle’s KEXP (www.kexp.org) radio will broadcast live from Portland at The Doug Fir
Lounge September 17-18 during MFNW, with live performances from artists playing
the festival.

 

 

Confirmed thus far:

 

Sunny
Day Real Estate

Explosions
In Sky

Bad
Brains

Girl
Talk

The
Get Up Kids

Will
Sheff (of Okkervil
River)

Dirty
Three

Monotonix

Mudhoney

Frightened
Rabbit

Twilight
Sad

Dillinger
Four

Swollen
Members

Grand
Duchy

Beach
House

John
Vanderslice

The
Long Winters

The
Pains of Being Pure At Heart

Pink
Mountaintops

OM

Portugal The Man

Viva
Voce

The
Builders and The Butchers

Langhorne
Slim

Bobby
Bare Jr.

Chairlift

Loch Lomond

Team
Dresch

Erase
Errata

J.D.
Twitch (Optimo)

Eluvium

Youth
Group

Titus
Andronicus

The
Zeros

Mount
Eerie

Trash
Talk

Despise
You

Crom

Japanther

Mayer
Hawthorne & The County

Grouper

Richard
Swift

Austin
Lucas

Amazing
Baby

Brother
Reade

Love
Language

Anders
Parker

The
Morning Benders

The
Miniature Tigers

Common
Market

Jacob
Fred Jazz Odyssey

We
Were Promised Jetpacks

Say
Hi

Rocky
Votolato

Cymbals
Eats Guitars

Copy

Red
Fang

Saviours

Norfolk
& Western

Nurses

Explode
Into Colors

Portland Cello Project

Guidance
Counselor

Fences

And
much much more….

 

 

 

 

 

 

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