Fuzz Fest 5 delivers 33 bands in three days at the Blind Pig

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FUZZ FEST 5 HEADLINERS, TART, PHOTO BY DAN COX
  • Fuzz Fest 5 headliners, Tart, photo by Dan Cox

Fuck fuzzy math.

The only numbers you need to know when it comes to the fifth annual Fuzz Fest is 33 bands, three nights, and two stages.



From doom rock, neo-psychedelia, surf punk, post-punk, and trip metal, Fuzz Fest aims to stamp your passport to the island of musical misfits and some of metro Detroit’s most cutting-edge acts. We’re talking reverb, scorching guitar overtures, a kaleidoscope of FX pedals, black lights, paper mache alien heads, and eardrum rupturing rock. Tart, Timmy’s Organism, Red Stone Souls, Ladyship Warship, Krillin, and the Lucid Furs are a few of the beautiful weirdos slated to shred.

Fuzz Fest 5 begins at 8 p.m. on Thursday, June 21 through Saturday, June 23 at Blind Pig; 208 S. First St., Ann Arbor; 734-996-8555; blindpigmusic.com; Tickets are $10-$12 per day, three-day passes available for $20.



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