City Slang: Is everybody ready to Dally?



At the time of writing, there are mere hours to go until it’s time for Dally in the Alley 2012, and the lineup is stellar, packed with awesome local talent.

To tickle your fancy (so to speak), the bill in full is:
Alley Stage
12:00 pm Ungrateful Daughter
1:00 pm The Cold Wave
2:00 pm Van Houten
3:00 pm Copper Thieves
4:00 pm Deadbeat Beat
5:00 pm Duende!
6:00 pm The Anonymous
7:00 pm The Summer Pledge
8:00 pm J. Walker & the Crossguards
9:00 pm Loretta Lucas
10:00 pm Deastro
11:00 pm Third Coast Kings

Forest Stage
12:30 pm Roland Remington
1:30 pm Zydeco Hepcats
2:30 pm El Dee
3:30 pm Self Says
4:30 pm Walking Beat
5:30 pm Electric Fire Babies
6:30 pm Lord Scrummage
7:30 pm Pink Lightning
8:30 pm Clear Soul Forces
9:30 pm Tunde Olaniran
10:30 pm D3

Garden Stage
12:15 pm Fancy Street
1:15 pm Palaces
2:15 pm Nightlife
3:15 pm Small Noises
4:15 pm Thumbs Up!
5:15 pm Wire Eyes
6:15 pm The Intended
7:15 pm Gardens
8:15 pm Oscillating Fan Club
9:15 pm Dark Red
10:15 pm Sugarcoats

Electronic Stage
1:00 pm Aphasiacs
1:30 pm Erno the Inferno
2:30 pm Scott Zacharias
3:30 pm Greg Mudge
4:30 pm Manny Gonsalez
5:30 pm Fit
7:00 pm Aran Daniels
8:30 pm Monty Luke

We published some highlights in the Metro Times, here.

For all of the info, go to the official website.

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