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HOPSCOTCH MUSIC FESTIVAL

The Independent Weekly proudly announces the Hopscotch Music Festival, the Triangle’s biggest music festival yet and a strong addition to the country’s festival circuit. Scheduled for Sept. 9-11, 2010, in downtown Raleigh, with 120 bands in 10 venues over three days, Hopscotch offers fans high-quality local, national and international options in just about every genre you can imagine—rock, hip-hop, alt-country, heavy metal, dance, punk, classical, noise, drone, folk and more. Tickets go on sale Thursday, April 1, at www.etix.com and www.hopscotchmusicfest.com.



The festival will be headlined by two nights in Raleigh City Plaza, downtown’s crown jewel, which opened last fall. Indie rock giants PANDA BEAR and BROKEN SOCIAL SCENE will headline Friday, Sept. 10, with support from Triangle favorites THE ROSEBUDS. Hip-hop’s most legendary group, PUBLIC ENEMY, will headline with a rare full-band set on Saturday, Sept. 11. Los Angeles trio NO AGE and Raleigh’s THE LOVE LANGUAGE will open. More than 110 bands will be spread between nine clubs throughout the festival’s three days. A sample of those bands includes: Washed Out, Tortoise, Lucero, 9th Wonder, Akron/Family, Marissa Nadler, Harvey Milk, Fucked Up, Javelin, Richard Buckner, Megafaun, Kylesa, Atlas Sound, Harlem and Bear in Heaven.



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RAEKWON, DUNGEN, BOWERBIRDS, MORE JOIN HOPSCOTCH MUSIC FESTIVAL IN DOWNTOWN RALEIGH SEPT. 9-11, 2010

“A promising new festival … bound to embody its name” —The New York Times



The Independent Weekly proudly announces the addition of hip-hop pioneer Raekwon, Scandinavian psychedelic lords Dungen, gorgeous folk act Bowerbirds, mesmerizing New York lo-fi rockers Woods, Chicago noise metallurgists Locrian and a dozen others to the lineup of its inaugural Hopscotch Music Festival, the Triangle’s biggest music festival ever.



Scheduled for Sept. 9-11, 2010, in downtown Raleigh, with 120 bands in 10 venues over three days, Hopscotch offers fans stellar local, national and international options in just about every genre you can imagine—rock, hip-hop, alt-country, heavy metal, dance, punk, classical, noise, drone, folk and more. These latest additions strengthen a lineup that already includes Public Enemy, Panda Bear, Broken Social Scene, The Love Language, No Age, Akron/Family, The Rosebuds, Washed Out, Tortoise, Lucero, 9th Wonder, Marissa Nadler, Harvey Milk, Fucked Up, Javelin, Richard Buckner, Megafaun, Kylesa, Atlas Sound, Harlem, Bear in Heaven and about 100 others. Please visit the website for more info: http://hopscotchmusicfest.com/
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HOPSCOTCH MUSIC FESTIVAL ANNOUNCES SCHEDULE FOR SEPT. 9-11, 2010

“A promising new festival … bound to embody its name” —The New York Times


The Independent Weekly’s Hopscotch Music Festival, taking place in downtown Raleigh, NC on September 9 – 11, announces its inaugural schedule. Please visit the website for schedule and ticket info: http://hopscotchmusicfest.com/schedule/?info/schedule/


With 120 bands in 10 venues over three days, Hopscotch’s schedule reflects the festival’s goal of highlighting the Triangle music scene by pairing diverse, well-known national and international artists with a multitude of excellent local bands. Raleigh psychedelic lords, Birds of Avalon, will join the visiting Akron/Family and Sleepy Sun on Thursday, Sept. 9, for instance, while renegade alt-country bands Lucero and American Aquarium play at Lincoln Theatre. Local hardcore heroes Double Negative will join Toronto’s Fucked Up at Berkeley Cafe on Friday, Sept. 10, supported by the menacing Harvey Milk and one of Raleigh’s best young bands, Whatever Brains. Meanwhile, Raekwon will be headlining a special show with Grammy-winning Durham producer 9th Wonder at the Lincoln Theatre.


On Saturday, Sept. 11, locals Megafaun host a seamless night of improvisation and song at Kings with songwriter Marissa Nadler, free jazz masters Jeb Bishop and Ned Rothenberg and electronic standard-bearers Keith Fullerton Whitman and Greg Davis. That same night, bands as diverse as Tortoise, Bear in Heaven, Dungen, Woods, Dex Romweber, Pontiak, Washed Out, Kylesa and Weedeater will fill eight other clubs in downtown Raleigh.
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BROKEN SOCIAL SCENE, 9TH WONDER & MORE FORM HOPSCOTCH’S FREE EDWARD MCKAY ARTIST & AUTHOR SERIES

Partnering with local staples Edward McKay Used Books and Raleigh City Museum, Hopscotch Music Festival proudly announces its Edward McKay Artist & Author Series, featuring discussions with Grammy winners, Grammy nominees, bandleaders and some of the best music critics in the country.


During three late afternoon sessions on Sept. 9, 10 and 11, musicians like Andrew Whiteman of Broken Social Scene and Apostle of Hustle and hip-hop producer 9th Wonder will talk about music’s cultural and social impacts with critics and authors like Spin and Village Voice writer Christopher R. Weingarten and acclaimed author and Duke University professor Mark Anthony Neal. Other guests include Dolph Ramseur of Ramseur Records, Phil Cook of Megafaun and Charlie Smarts of Kooley High, with more panelists to be added as Hopscotch Music Festival approaches.


Partnering with local staples Edward McKay Used Books and Raleigh City Museum, Hopscotch Music Festival proudly announces its Edward McKay Artist & Author Series, featuring discussions with Grammy winners, Grammy nominees, bandleaders and some of the best music critics in the country.


During three late afternoon sessions on Sept. 9, 10 and 11, musicians like Andrew Whiteman of Broken Social Scene and Apostle of Hustle and hip-hop producer 9th Wonder will talk about music’s cultural and social impacts with critics and authors like Spin and Village Voice writer Christopher R. Weingarten and acclaimed author and Duke University professor Mark Anthony Neal. Other guests include Dolph Ramseur of Ramseur Records, Phil Cook of Megafaun and Charlie Smarts of Kooley High, with more panelists to be added as Hopscotch Music Festival approaches.
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