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

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Moments ago, the lineup for the 2013 Free Press Summer Festival was announced online at fpsf.com. Let's get to it, shall we?

The Postal Service

Bassnectar

Iggy Pop & the Stooges

TV on the Radio

Passion Pit

Calvin Harris

Alabama Shakes

Macklemore & Ryan Lewis

Social Distortion

Arctic Monkeys

Gogol Bordello

Of Monsters and Men

2 Chainz

Cat Power

The Head & the Heart

Grace Potter & the Nocturnals

Matt and Kim

Borgore

Dawes

Mavis Staples

Geto Boys

The Bronx

Paul Banks

Many more after the jump.

Soja

Japandroids

Chairlift

Mord Fustang

Devin the Dude

Baroness

Los Amigos Invisibles

Vintage Trouble

Machine Gun Kelly

Milo Greene

The Octopus Project

The Men

Ume

If you're keeping score at home, Rocks Off is proud to say that we guessed The Postal Service, Passion Pit, Alabama Shakes, Of Monsters and Men, Grace Potter & the Nocturnals, Dawes, Geto Boys and Baroness in Wednesday's post. More acts will be announced later this spring, festival officials have said.

Well... what do y'all think?


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