West Bank Music Festival 2013 lineup & schedule

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The fourth West Bank Music Festival marks its return this August with a lineup led by rap crusader Brother Ali on the main stage. Set for Saturday, August 17, the day-long fest will take over Cedar Avenue and the bars -- Whiskey Junction, Acadia Cafe, Red Sea, Nomad World Pub, Triple Rock Social Club, the Cedar Cultural Center, the Cabooze, and Palmer's -- along the street.

The day's lineup also includes Doomtree rapper Mike Mictlan, Mark Mallman, Southside Desire, Haphduzn, and the Hotpants DJs. See more details on the fest below. 

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Slideshow: West Bank Music Festival 2012

West Bank Music Festival 2013 lineup

MAIN STAGE Headliner: Brother Ali - 9pm
Mike Mictlan - 8pm
Southside Desire - 7pm
Mark Mallman - 6pm
Fuck Knights - 5pm
Johnny Questionmark - 4pm

SOUTH STAGE (Whiskey Junction courtyard)
Belfast Cowboys 4pm-8pm
Shows at participating venues:

The Nomad World Pub
Hotpants DJs -Rare Funk and Soul All Vinyl Dance Party - 9pm

Southern Theater

Balls Cabaret - Midnight

Acadia Cafe
The Ghost Test - 6pm
Tramps Like Us (Bruce Springsteen cover band) - 10:15pm
Black Diet - Midnight

Red Sea
Rob-1 - Opener - 9pm
Beat Box Battle Hosted by DJ Snuggles - 9pm-2am
Haphduzn - Midnight
DJ Frank Castle spinning at beginning, end, and in-between acts - 9pm-2am

Triple Rock Social Club
Dave Strait Fest - Finale
Dead Skull - 6:30pm
Strong City - 7:10pm
Arms Aloft - 7:50pm
Raging Nathans - 8:30pm
It's Criminal - 9:10pm
The Slow Death - 9:50pm
The Copyrights - 10:30pm
Too Many Daves - 11:10pm
Cheap Girls - 11:50pm
The Brokedowns - 12:30am
Dear Landlord - 1:10am

Whiskey Junction (Indoors)
Hurricane Karaoke (live band karaoke) - 9pm-1:30am

Palmer's Bar

Minor Bends - 10pm
Nightingales - 11pm
Como Avenue Jug Band - Midnight


Chase & Ovation (Prince Tribute Band) - 9:30pm

Proceeds from the event will benefit the West Bank. Wristbands are $5, and $10 after 10 p.m. Info here.

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Where's all the band's that actually play the West Bank?  

Thomas Zocher
Thomas Zocher

Whew....it's Brother Ali. For a second there I thought Billy Corgan had grown a gray beard.


I remember when this was called "Cedar Fest".  Still very cool though.  

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