Summerfest Announcing Schedule May 1; "Fancy Pants Pass" Price Going Up

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Rocks Off got an email from Jagi Katial over at Pegstar Thursday that he and the other organizers of Free Press Summerfest will announce the schedule for the two-day festival June 4 and 5 in Eleanor Tinsley Park next Saturday, May 1. Some late-breaking, "surprise" additions to the lineup will also be announced then, he said.

Currently available for $55, the Fancy Pants Pass allows purchasers access to a special air-conditioned tent, rapid entry to the festival (remember the logjam at the gate the first day last year?) and exclusive performances in the tent. See more information at www.pegstar.net or www.freepresssummerfest.com.

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