Apache Lake Music Festival 2012: Robin Wilson of The Gin Blossoms, Zero Zero, and More

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Apache Lake Music Festival 2012 is on: an official website has been launched, and the festival lineup has been announced, featuring scheduled performances from Robin Wilson of the Gin Blossoms, Zero Zero (featuring members of The Love Me Nots), The Persuaders, Dry River Yacht Club, Decker, Mergence, The Wiley One, Banana Gun, Peachcake, and more.

The festival, which takes places October 11-13, at the Apache Lake Resort and Marina, has expanded to include an extra day and "20 more bands than any previous year," a press release states.

Tickets are available on Saturday, August 18, via the festival website. The first 100 three day passes will be sold at $30, and all remaining passes will be sold for $40. Single day passes are not available.

See the full lineup (which will be added to over the next two months):

Banana Gun, Beat Mass, Cigarettes, Los Guys, Danger Paul, Decker, Doctor Bones, Dry River Yacht Club, Elizabeth Rose, Future Loves Past, Ghetto Cowgirl, Goetta, Greyhound Soul, Hot Birds & The Chili Sauce, Iamwe, Japhys Descent, Jared Kolesar & The Locals, Mergence, Mojo Farmers, Nameless Prophets, Palms, Peachcake, Playboy Manbaby, Quick Henry Regretting Man, Robin Wilson of The Gin Blossoms, Sara Robinson & Midnight Special, Sasquanaut, Shawn Johnson, Smith Family Band, Steppchild, Sun Ghost, Sundressed, Super Stereo, The Persuaders, The Sugar Thieves, The Technicolors, The Wiley One, TKLB?, Tramps & Thieves, 2 Tone Lizard Kings,Yellow Minute, 36 Cents and a Dream, Zero Zero

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