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CincyPunk Fest Announces Lineup

CincyPunk Fest Announces Lineup

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(Cincinnati, OH – 9/7/12) – This October CINCYPUNK FEST will return with the largest, and most diverse line up for its eleventh installment!  Tickets for the next CINCYPUNK FEST that takes place at The Southgate House Revival on Fri October 12th and Saturday October 13th will go on sale this Monday September 10th

This year’s Fest, like its predecessors, will benefit a charity in both Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky.  Proceeds from this year’s Fest will benefit both Recycled Doggies and Save Our Shelters Dogs.  Both foster care agencies are non-profit dog rescue foundations that save lives of adorable, abandoned animals by finding them loving homes. 

General admission tickets $10 one day pass & a limited amount of $15 two day passes will go on sale this Monday September 10th at 10AM.  The two day passes will only be available until October 1st.  Get tickets online at www.southgatehouse.com or  www.ticketfly.com.

LINEUP:
The Dopamines
Team Stray (Reunion)
The Copyrights
Two Cow Garage
The Seedy Seeds
The Pinstripes
State Song
The Lions Rampant
The Frankl Project
Al Scorch
Mad Anthony
Ampline
Alone at 3am
Army Coach
New Strange
White Walls
Straw Boss
Frontier Folk Nebraska
Mala In Se
Knife The Symphony
Swear Jar
The Worthmores
Umin
Goddamn Gravity
Smoke Signals
Wonky Tonk
Animal Circles
Margaret Darling
Justin WW
The Ivory Dales
Billy Wallace
Billy Catfish
We Are Snapdragon
Bear The Ghost
For Algernon 

ABOUT CINCYPUNK FEST:

The first Cincypunk Fest was in 2003, and has been spearheaded by local music fan Adam Rosing.  The event was set up to showcase the emerging independent rock scene in Greater Cincinnati.  The event, thanks to the local music community, has raised nearly $50,000 for a number of local charities over the years including the Women’s Crisis Center of Northern Kentucky, the Mental Health Association, Lighthouse Youth Services, the Animal Adoption Foundation, Save Our Shelter Dogs, NECCO, Camp Ernst’s YMCA Core Character Developmental Program, as well as paying the medical bills for a local musician suffering from testicular cancer.