MIDWEST FEST '09 BANDS ANNOUNCED

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Yet another Michigan rock fest has been announced for this summer. The second Midwest Fest -- which is scheduled for Tuesday, July 21st through Sunday, July 26th in Mount Pleasant -- will be comprised of mostly hot Michigan bands, however. The promoters are promising 58 bands on four different stages during the event; five microbreweries will also be on hand to help everyone get in the festive spirit. A limited amount of early bird tickets are currently on sales for $30.

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Bands announced thus far include:

Margot and the Nuclear So & So's

Sybris

The Silent Years

Chris Bathgate

Javelins

Cheap Girls

Ports of Aidia

Push-Pull

Lifestory:Monologue

Those Transatlantics

Everthus the Deadbeats

Child Bite

Bug Lung Baby

Matt Jones

The Valley Ghosts

The Mighty Narwhale

Anna Ash

Hail Archer

Life Size Ghost

Tiger! Tiger!

Winter/Sessions

God and the Architects

Camerata

Goodnight House

Vanlord

ultramark

This Level Is Clouds!

Chris Freeman

Liam McKay

Blithe Field

White Cloud

Newday Dreamers

Memory to Matter

Randall Erno

Dallas/Marie

Crash Sunday

Totally Boring

Ship Shape

Good Weather for Airstrikes

The Pantones

Karma Yoga

Jes Kramer

Stow.

The Kincaids

That Mustache Feeling

Andrew Neal

Mumble

Chris Belanger

Agape

More bands to be announced this week.

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