Second Lost In Space Festival Is April 30 At Khon's With My Education, 6 More

Meghan Hendley of Solanae and Marcus Gausepohl from Golden Cities announced another installment of last year's successful "Lost In Space" music festival Monday afternoon. The second Lost In Space is scheduled for April 30 at 6 p.m. on the rooftop area of Midtown coffeehouse and bar Khon's. The first installment of the event was held back in early December and featured acts like Austin's Weird Weeds and My Education, along with a smattering of Houston bands like Gausepohl and Lance Higdon's Golden Cities, B L A C K I E, Ghost Town Electric, and LIMB. The event was well-received, with Rocks Off's own Adam P. Newton hailing it as a place for bands that didn't fit into "the traditional Mango's-to-Walter's-to-Mink circuit to perform before an audience that otherwise has never heard their music." Suffice to say, all the support and recognition led the LIS gang to saddle up once again up on top of Khon's for another festival. The event's pricing, $9.99, is more than a deal when it comes to the seven bands lined up over two stages at the late-spring psychedelic shindig. So far the line-up includes My Education, Inner Lights, Passengers, The Manichean, Many Birthdays, Lorem Ipsum and LIS I vets Golden Cities and Ghost Town Electric. Another act or two is likely to be added as the event draws closer. We'll keep you posted, of course.

Slow Motion Rider at Lost In Space December 2009

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