The Forecastle Festival 2014 lineup has been announced, and local boy Jack White is among the headliners.
Also on the bill is Outkast, Beck, a reformed Replacements, Slint, Spoon, Lord Huron, and many more.
“The three-day music celebration, now in its 12th year, will take place July 18-20, 2014, at the award-winning Waterfront Park, a sweeping green space on the banks of the Ohio River, framed by the skyline of downtown Louisville.”
“A limited number of weekend passes go on sale this Friday, March 7 at noon EST at ForecastleFest.com, Ticketmaster.com and all Ticketmaster outlets. Weekend passes start at $144.50 plus applicable service fees. VIP experiences, travel packages and payment-plan options will also be available. Full details are available at forecastlefest.com/tickets.”
You can get all of the ticket info, and the full lineup, at ForecastleFest.com.
“The event offers an immersive experience that's distinctly Louisville -- beyond the first-class musical lineup -- highlighting the region's burgeoning culinary and arts scene, Kentucky's unique bourbon heritage and more. The festival continues to emphasize sustainability practices and conservation initiatives, exhibited by the festival's non-profit organization, the Forecastle Foundation.”Follow @City_Slang
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