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It's Day 2 at the Secret Saturday Show Festival. Things are getting off to a slow start here. We're guessing a lot of you are recovering from your own secret Saturdays, but if there's anything that will sweat that heat out of you, it's the heat. We just checked the weather and a partly cloudy day means the sun won't be as intense. We're kind of feeling a bit more a breeze compared to yesterday, but the sweat beads are already starting their own party on our epidermis.

Today's bill is set to includes The Mathletes, News on the March, Cory Derden, Teenage Kicks, Dunnock's Ill Advisory, Nosaprise, Paris Falls and more.

This just in: Jen from Paris Falls informed us that they will be taking the stage in about an hour.

Jen (Paris Falls) and shy son Sam (Future member of Paris Fall?)

- Dusti Rhodes

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