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McDowell Mountain Music Festival 2013 Announces Local Lineup Featuring Kongos, Fayuca, and More

McDowell Mountain Music Festival's 2013 lineup, featuring The Shins, The Roots, Deer Tick, Les Claypool's Duo de Twang, and more, has expanded to include a host of local Phoenix-based acts. The weekend festival will now Kongos, Mergence, Banana Gun, Fayuca, The Veragroove, Yellow Minute, Decker, and Jared and The Mill, as well as Tucson-based jam band Top Dead Center, performing at one of the festivals after parties at Crescent Ballroom.

See also:

-McDowell Mountain Music Festival 2013: The Roots, Dr. Dog, Heartless Bastards; New Location -Les Claypool's Duo de Twang and Deer Tick Added to McDowell Mountain Music Festival 2013 -The Shins and Edward Sharpe and The Magnetic Zeroes Added to the Expanding McDowell Mountain Music Festival Lineup

The festival marks a change of location from previous years. After the closing of The Compound, organizers took the opportunity to try out a new space, settling into Phoenix's historic Margaret T. Hance Park, with after parties hosted at Crescent Ballroom.

Check out the full lineup:

Friday, March 22:

Kongos Yellow Minute Balkan Beat Box Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeroes The Shins

After party:

Orgone @ Crescent Ballroom

Saturday, March 23:

Mergence Banana Gun Fayuca Veragroove Heartless Bastards Deer Tick Iration The Roots

After Party:

Deer Tick @ Crescent Ballroom

Sunday, March 24:

Decker Jared and the Mill JGB BAND Dr. Dog Les Claypool's Duo de Twang Yonder Mountain String Band Umphrey's McGee

After party: Top Dead Center @ Crescent Ballroom


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