Flaming Lips Return To Summer Fest With Avetts, Snoop Dogg, Willie Nelson, Descendents & Many More

Under cover of darkness, Free Press Summer Fest announced its 2012 lineup around 5 a.m. Monday. We'll get right to it:

The Avett Brothers Snoop Dogg Willie Nelson Afrojack Primus The Flaming Lips (Performing Dark Side of the Moon)

Descendents Major Lazer Young The Giant Portugal. The Man Z-RO Morris Day and The Time Best Coast Wavves Diplo Two Door Cinema Club Shabazz Palaces STRFKR Danny Brown Jeff the Brotherhood Wallpaper Turquoise Jeep Clap Your Hands Say Yeah Maps and Atlases Fatal Flying Guilloteens Valient Thorr Big Freedia Touche Amore Ume Quintron & Ms. Pussycat Ancient Wisdom Robert Ellis Girl In a Coma What Made Milwaukee Famous Electric Touch Quiet Corral Ponderosa Quintino Shermanology Bad Veins Fat Tony MC Buda Love Grandfather Child The Riff Tiffs Venemous Maximus Papermoons The Tontons The Freakouts Wild Moccasins Featherface Glasnost Suraj K Harts of Oak Second Lovers The Sour Notes Journey Agents Suite 709 CeePlus Bad Knives Square and Compass DJ Ebonix A SEA ES Brains for Dinner Tyagaraja Espantapajaros Love Horse Sideshow Tramps Ashes of Babylon Small Sounds Last Place You Look Electric Primadonnas Roky Moon and BOLT! Eastern Sea Limb The Watermarks Quiet Company Eyes Burn Electric Zlam Dunk Caddywhompus Zorche Dry The River

And many more. The festival is at Eleanor Tinsley Park Saturday and Sunday, June 2 and 3. All info at www.freepresssummerfest.com.

Rocks Off will have much more on the festival once we've had some coffee.

Follow Rocks Off on Facebook and on Twitter at @HPRocksOff.

We use cookies to collect and analyze information on site performance and usage, and to enhance and customize content and advertisements. By clicking 'X' or continuing to use the site, you agree to allow cookies to be placed. To find out more, visit our cookies policy and our privacy policy.


Join the Press community and help support independent local journalism in Houston.


Join the Press community and help support independent local journalism in Houston.