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Cruel World Festival Announces Full Lineup

I’ve joked how Tuesday isn’t just for tacos anymore and now offers up a number of concert and festival announcements. If you don’t believe me just refer to the news that came from the Deftones and Wardruna who have revealed their touring plans. Now while we are fixated on the NYC territory and don’t get too much out of it, when an event like this “Cruel World Festival” gets announced you have to help share the news. Take a look at the poster and a clearer visual of the lineup.

cruel world festival logo

The Press Release:
Today, Goldenvoice announced Cruel World taking place Saturday, May 2 at The Grounds at Dignity Health Sports Park in Los Angeles, California. This one-day-only event will feature performances by Morrissey, Bauhaus, Blondie, Devo, The Psychedelic Furs, Echo & The Bunnymen, Violent Femmes and many more. Fans can access the Cruel World Fest presale code via the website, giving them early access to tickets. Register now with a valid (US/CAN) mobile number to receive a presale code and the link to buy tickets before they go on sale. The presale begins Thursday, February 13 at 12:00 PM pacific time.
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Violent Femmes Announce Headlining Tour

This news broke the other day but I was traveling and could only address it today. Check it out.

The Press Release:
After wrapping their current run of dates with Echo & The Bunnymen, the one and only Violent Femmes will head out for a fall run of their own. These new dates begin on October 26 at Mr. Smalls in Pittsburgh, PA and continue through early November. All dates will go on sale on July 20 at 10am PST, with the exception of October 27’s Philadelphia show (on-sale details TBA). For complete details about Violent Femmes’ full summer tour route, please see vfemmes.com/tour.
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Violent Femmes @ Prospect Park Bandshell

The Violent Femmes will bring their unique sounds to the masses for free as a part of the Celebrate Brooklyn! at Prospect Park series of shows. Best get there early to have a proper space to rock out.