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Freakfest 2010 Schedule Announced

This year’s event is slated for Saturday, October 30 on State Street in downtown Madison. Gates will open at 7:00 PM with tickets available at the gate for $10. $7 advance tickets are available now at the Coliseum box office, Ticketmaster, or at several businesses in the State Street area.

Mountain Dew Amp Stage
7:15 PM Mike Droho & The Compass Rose
8:20 PM Mechanical Kids
9:25 PM Runner Runner
10:30 PM My Dear Disco
12:00 - 1:30 AM OK Go

Channel3000.com Stage
7:30 PM Project M's Daniel + The Lion
8:35 PM Aaron Williams & The Hoodoo
9:40 PM American Bang
10:45 PM Stealing Angels
12:00 -  1:00 AM Little Big Town

Ticketmaster Stage
8:30 PM DJ Will Calder
11:00 PM Costume Contest featuring Grand Prize of roundtrip airfare for 2 to London and a Nighttime Jack The Ripper Tour  and a LG 42” Plasma TV
12:00 -  1:30 AM DJ Will Calder
The business ticket outlets will be selling tickets through Friday, October 29 and there is no service charge at any of those locations (only service charges on tickets sold at Ticketmaster outlets).  Participating businesses are designated with special multicolored posters with the Freakfest logo and the words “Freakfest Tickets Available Here”.  Tickets on the day of the event will be available at booths near the entrances beginning at Noon and continuing through the end of the event or when the street reaches capacity.  Additional information is available at the official Freakfest website: http://www.channel3000.com/freakfest Freakfest 2009 drew a record number of people with an estimated 55,000 people enjoying the music and costumes on State Street.  Once again the city was able to cut back on costs and there were fewer arrests as the event continues to run smoothly and become more successful.  As the event continues to grow in popularity, it is definitely recommended that people purchase their tickets in advance or get to the event as early as possible to purchase their day of event ticket and insure admittance.


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