How the Gods Kill
Danzig and the Jesus Lizard headline the fourth annual Fun Fun Fun Fest
By Austin Powell,
1:49PM, Tue. Aug. 25, 2009
Make no mistake about it. Transmission Entertainment is going for broke with the fourth annual Fun Fun Fun Fest, Nov. 7-8, in Waterloo Park. The line-up marks a quantum leap from year’s past and easily parallels that of the Pitchfork Music Festival. Quite frankly, the names are a little overwhelming at first: The Jesus Lizard, Danzig, Flipper, Death, Ratatat, Of Montreal, Mission of Burma, No Age, and the Riverboat Gamblers. Suffice to say, get your early bird weekend passes now for $67.50. Here’s the full color-coded breakdown.
The Orange Stage
Ratatat, Of Montreal, Crystal Castles, Les Savy Fav, Yeasayer, Mission of Burma, Lucero, Why?, Broadcast, Atlas Sound, Death, No Age, Red Sparowes, Shonen Knife, Fuck Buttons, Times New Viking, This Will Destroy You, Crystal Antlers, Growing, the Black & White Years, Royal Bangs, the Laughing
The Black Stage
The Jesus Lizard, Danzig, Gorilla Biscuits, Face to Face, Fucked Up, 7 Seconds, D.R.I., Torche, Melt Banana, Flipper, Coalesce, the Riverboat Gamblers, Street Dogs, Russian Circles, Night Marchers, Metallagher, Youth Brigade, Mika Miko, All Leather, Young Widows, Coliseum, Underground Railroad to Candyland, Off With Their Heads, Reign Supreme, Rat King, Pack of Wolves, the Roller
The Blue Stage
GZA, Pharcyde, the Cool Kids, Kid Sister, Baruka Som Sustema, DJ Numark (Jurassic 5), Health, Neon Indian, MC Chris, Ssion, Alaska in Winter, Vega, Foot Patrol, Astronautalis, Car Stereo (Wars), the DJ Melee, Sugar & Gold LAX, Peligrosa DJs, Beta Player
The Yellow Stage
Destroyer, Whitest Kids You Know Sketch Comedy, Brian Posehn, King Khan & BBQ Show, Shearwater, Todd Barry, Dead Confederate, Nick Thune, Harlem, Josh Fadem, the Strange Boys, Hannibal Burress, James Husband (Of Montreal), Brendan Walsh, Cedric Burn, Side & Lightning Malcolm, Chelsea Peretti, Bankrupt & the Borrowers, Altercation Comedy Hour, Moonlight Towers, Low Line Caller, New Movement Comedy Group
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