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Irrelevant Music Fest returns July 18-22

Dasher, CUBE, Blis., and more acts take over 529 and the Bakery

Dasher
Photo credit: Photo courtesy Dasher
MEANINGFUL MUSIC: Dasher is one of many acts schedule to play Irrelevant Music Fest 2018.

The Irrelevant Music Festival returns July 18-22 with a stacked, extended weekend full of shows taking over the stages at 529 and the Bakery. Tickets for all shows go on sale April 30. Prices, schedule, and more information are coming soon.

In the meantime, this year’s lineup includes performances by 43 acts and 10+DJs including:
Microwave
Negative Gemini

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Dasher
Pylon Reenactment Society
Material Girls
Kedr Livanskiy
HARAM
PC Worship
Red Sea
DIP
Abdu Ali
Bernardino Femminielli
Blis.
Gun Outfit
HOGG
CUBE
Mutual Jerk
Fever Blush
Arbor Labor Union
Solar Flower
Predator
DIN
Hyena
Night Cleaner
Karaoke
Chick Wallace
Breathers
Uniform
Yukons
Shepherds
Jay Americana
Pamela_and her sons
BKGD
Rated Age
Rose Hotel
Hard
Karger Traum
Farrad Thomas
Blammo
The Pleasure Point
King of Summer
Pyramid Club
Rug
Fit Of Body

Stefan Ringer, Twins, Esmé, Apt Complex, Christ Harp, Polar Pop, Josh Feigert, Mannequin Lover, and the festival founder/Irrelevant Music promoter Kale Svvick will perform DJ sets throughout the weekend as well.



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