Tulip Festival 2015 music lineup

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The Kooks

Here's the music schedule for this year's Tulip Festival. The headliner is the britpop/rock band The Kooks.

A quick scan version of the music slates for both the main and local stages -- along with embedded videos of the acts -- is post jump. As usual, the lineup includes both national and local acts.

As you know, Tulip Fest includes a bunch of events, including the crowning of the new Tulip Queen. Here's the full event schedule.

Tulip Fest is Mother's Day weekend, which is May 9 and 10 this year.

Saturday

Main stage
Washington Park parade grounds

1 pm: Flagship

2:30 pm: Joywave

4 pm: The Kooks

Local stage
Washington Park Lakehouse Amphitheatre

1:15 pm: Holly & Evan

2:30 pm: The Spectacular Average Boys

3:45 pm: Jocelyn Arndt

5 pm: The Orange

Sunday

Main stage
Washington Park Parade Grounds

1 pm: Sirsy

2:30 pm: Elvis '80: The Capital District All-Star Celebration of Elvis' 80th Birthday
"Featuring members of the Lustre Kings, Rocky Velvet, the Tichy Boys, Johnny Rabb and more paying tribute to the King!"

4:30 pm: Oh Honey

Local stage
Washington Park Lakehouse Amphitheatre

1:30 pm: The Sea The Sea

2:45 pm: Matt Durfee & The Rattling Baddlies

4 pm: Party Boat

5:15 pm: MIRK

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photo via The Kooks Facebook

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Yay!

Love the lineup. Love The Kooks!

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