Popular indie-rock bands Death Cab for Cutie, The Head and The Heart and Local Natives will lead the Aug. 16 festival’s lineup, filling Stinson Park in Aksarben Village with thousands of cheering, dancing fans.
The Seattle indie pop band will perform at the Washington County Fairgrounds on Thursday, May 1 as the University of Arkansas’ Headliner Committee’s spring concert.
The indie folk-rock band The Head and the Heart will perform as the UA Headliner concert May 1 at the Washington County Fairgrounds .
As welcome as The Head and the Heart’s set was at last year’s Edmonton Folk Music Festival, their appearance came at a slightly inopportune time for the band. The folk-rock musicians were a little tired of their self-titled debut, but their second album was still about two months away from its release date. In interviews and on stage, the Head and the Heart could only hint at what was to come.
It stands as one of the highlights of the Calgary Folk Music Festival. Not of one day, not a particular year, but of the event, itself, and its past two decades at minimum.
Trampled By Turtles will host their very own festival on September 20 at Canterbury Park in Shakopee, MN. The first annual Festival Palomino will also feature performances by The Head and The Heart, Low, Charles Bradley & His Extraordinaires, Hurray for the Riff Raff, Spirit Family Reunion, Field
The folk revival sextet largely kept its head in the game (the concert, that is), so the fans could keep their heads out of that other game.
Tickets are on sale now. They are $27 in advance, or $32 the day of show.
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