The FPSF 2015 Lineup Is Right Here

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As promised, above you should see the lineup card for this year's Free Press Summer Fest, scheduled for June 6 and 7 at Eleanor Tinsley Park near downtown. If some of the names are a little difficult to read, we'll be glad to oblige below.


Skrillex R. Kelly Weezer Steve Angello Major Lazer Ben Harper & the Innocent Criminals St. Vincent The Decemberists Flume Belle and Sebastian Mastodon Chance the Rapper Tears For Fears Band of Horses Welcome to Houston (reprise): Slim Thug | Paul Wall | Scarface | Lil Flip | Lil Keke | Bun B | Mike Jones | Z-Ro | Devin the Dude

Editor's picks among the really small print: Gary Clark Jr., Future Islands, Riverboat Gamblers, Moon Taxi, Iceage, Ben Kweller, Band of Heathens, Robert Ellis, The Bright Light Social Hour, RL Grime, Tove Lo, Flogging Molly, Brandi Carlisle, Sturgill Simpson, Diarrhea Planet, Benjamin Booker, Sarah Jaffe, Rocket From the Crypt, Charles Bradley & His Extraordinaires, Houndmouth, Pentagram, the Mountain Goats, Goatwhore, Odezsa

Locals: The Tontons, Deep Cuts, thelastplaceyoulook, Moji, DJ Fredster, George West, Catch Fever, Buxton, Second Lovers, Scale the Summit, the Suffers, Gio Chamba, We Were Wolves, Guilla

Tickets are on sale right now at fpsf.com. Thoughts?

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