Scavenger Hunt: Summerfest Lineup Announced At This Houston Landmark 3 p.m. Sunday

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If you're following Rocks Off on Twitter (which you should), don't bother guessing since we let that horse out of the barn a little earlier today. If not, here's a clue: It's where an heiress' treasure meets the Heart of Dixie. And here's one more hint straight from Summerfest organizers Free Press Houston: "The bench where everyone gets high." Don't worry, we'll have a complete report Monday morning too. We already know a handful of the bands, and trust us, you're going to like it.

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