Solid Sound 2013 lineup

Neko Case

Neko Case

This Solid Sound Festival is announcing its lineup one... act... at... a... time. Which is... a... little... something. But, the upside: the lineup is looking good.

A few of the announced acts so far:

+ Neko Case

+ Low

+ The public radio show Radiolab with a live soundtrack by On Fillmore

+ And Wilco (of course)

The festival will continue to update its lineup throughout Thursday. The comedy lineup is already out.

Solid Sound is June 21-23 at MASS MoCA. Three-day passes are currently $124.

Update: Here's the full music lineup...

Wilco

Sam Amidon

"Border Music" (featuring Marc Ribot and David Hidalgo) & The Blisters

Neko Case

The Dream Syndicate

Foxygen

Mikael Jorgensen & Greg O'Keeffe

Glenn Kotche & Darin Gray (On Fillmore), providing a live soundtrack to WNYC's Radiolab

Low & Lucius

Medeski, Martin & Wood with Special Guests, and Mark Mulcahy

Nels Cline & Julian Lage

Os Mutantes

The Autumn Defense (Patrick Sansone & John Stirratt)

The Relatives

Story Pirates

White Denim

Yo La Tengo, playing a full set as well as live-scoring the film The Love Song of R. Buckminster Fuller

Earlier on AOA: 2013 summer music festivals

Comments

Is there any way to see what day each performance is? I want to know if I need to take a day off to see Radiolab!!

That promo shot looks classic Star Trek.

@Tim: Didn't you hear? Neko Case is starring the third re-booted Trek film: Star Trek: I Wish I Was the Moon.

Here is the complete lineup for now. I wouldn't be surprised if they add a couple more artists in the next few months. I'm particularly excited for Medeski Martin and Wood!

Story Pirates
Os Mutantes
Al Madrigal
Foxygen
Jen Kirkman
John Hodgman
Low
Lucius
"Border Music" featuring Marc Ribot & David Hidalgo
Mark Mulcahy
Medeski, Martin & Wood with Special Guests
Mikael Jorgensen & Greg O'Keeffe
Neko Case
Nels Cline & Julian Lage
Reggie Watts
Sam Amidon
The Autumn Defense
The Blisters
The Dream Syndicate
The Relatives
White Denim
Wilco
WYNC's Radiolab with a live soundtrack by On Fillmore
Yo La Tengo

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