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Sasquatch Festival Lineup Announced

Sasquatch 2010 When: May 23-25 Where: The Gorge Amphitheatre, Quincy, WA Website: www.sasquatchfestival.com My Morning Jacket Massive Attack Pavement Ween Vampire Weekend MGMT Band of Horses The National LCD Soundsystem Tegan & Sara Broken Social Scene Passion Pit Deadmau5 She & Him Public Enemy Nada Surf The New Pornographers The Hold Steady The xx Dirty Projectors OK Go Drive By Truckers Kid Cudi The Long Winters Minus the Bear The Mountain Goats Quasi Camera Obscura Fruit Bats Brother Ali Midlake Dr. Dog Caribou Simian Mobile Disco City & Colour No Age The Temper Trap Vetiver Miike Snow Portugal. The Man Telekinesis Mayer Hawthorne Why? Girls Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros Wale The Lonely Forest Japandroids Boys Noize YACHT Freelance Whales Laura Marling Patrick Watson Past Lives Cymbals Eat Guitars The Low Anthem The Very Best/Phantogram Neon Indian Nurses The Tallest Man on Earth Fresh Espresso Mumford & Sons Jets Overhead tUnE-YarDs Shabazz Palaces Fool’s Gold Morning Teleportation Z-Trip Dam-Funk Hudson Mohawke The Middle East Local Natives Avi Buffalo Booka Shade A-Trak Yes Giantess Craig Robinson Rob Riggle Garfunkel & Oates Luke Burbank

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