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[Concert Announcement] Freakfest 2010, OK GO to headline

Freakfest 2010 has announced their lineup! Date: October 30th, 2010.  7PM. Location: State Street in Downtown Madison OK GO The "treadmill" guys will be coming to Madison.  Featuring a unique mix of visual excitement and auditory heaven, this band will put on a fun show.  Hailing from the Chicago area, they released their first album in 2002 and released their newest album Of the Blue Colour of the Sky in January. LITTLE BIG TOWN This country band has had 3 Grammy nominations and have been touring all over.  Their newest album Little Big Town came out in August. MY DEAR DISCO Coming out of Michigan, My Dear Disco released their debut full length  album in January 2009 and have an interesting sound that blends disco (who would have guessed?),  funk, rock and techno in interesting ways. STEALING ANGELS This country band released their debut single "He Better Be Dead" in July and will have a new album coming out in 2011. AND LOCAL ARTISTS: Aaron Williams & The Hoodoo Daniel & The Lion:  Jimmie Linville, the lead singer was this year's Project M winner. Mechanical Kids Mike Droho & The Compass Rose:  Project M's winner last year. Tickets: $7 advance tickets will be sold starting Friday October 1 at 10:00 AM at the Coliseum box office, Ticketmaster, or by phone at 1-800-745-3000 or you can order them through Frank Productions.  Tickets will be sold through October 29th.  Gates will open at 7PM and tickets will be available day of for $10.

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09/27/2010 12:36PM
[Concert Announcement] Freakfest 2010, OK GO to headline
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09/27/2010 3:26PM
Karyn
You have the wrong name of Little Big Town's current CD!! It's "The Reason Why" NOT "Little Big Town"! They deserve being correctly recognized!!
09/27/2010 4:33PM
Kitty
By the way--this is an all ages show!
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