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FPSF Adds Dozens More Acts, Many Locals

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After the 2013 Free Press Summer Festival headliners leaked Wednesday night, this morning the festival sent out an email with a few dozen more names, including many local performers.

Rewind:

Free Press Summer Fest '13 Announces Postal Service, Stooges, Cat Power, TV On the Radio, Social D, Geto Boys, Calvin Harris, etc.

Also headed to Eleanor Tinsley Park June 1 and 2, among others, will be reunited country smooth-daddies the Mavericks, lady-swag MC Kitty Pryde, Canadian indie-pop group Half Moon Run, and the Quad City DJs of "C'mon and Ride It (the Train). Yeah.

Houston artists announced this morning -- with many FPSF first-timers, it appears -- include the Beans, Black Market Syndicate, Infinite Apaches, Orents Stirner, Otenki, Mikey & the Drags, A Sea Es, Uzoy, The Niceguys, Midnight Norma Lane, Nick Greer & the G's and Rivers, as well as veterans Young Mammals, American Fangs and DJ Sun.

More are no doubt on the way. FPSF is also promising a third main stage this year and a banquet of offerings from some of Houston's finest eateries, and is seeking artists to create large-scale installations. Tickets are on sale now. See fpsf.com for more information.


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