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New Times and KUKQ Present: That Damn Show 2013, with Bad Religion, Awolnation, The Faint, and More

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Phoenix New Times and KUKQ have partnered to resurrect a Phoenix festival tradition, That Damn Show.

On Saturday, April 20, at Mesa Ampitheatre, Bad Religion, AWOLNATION, Against Me! (Editor's Note: After this blog was published, Against Me! canceled its upcoming performance at That Damn Show), The Faint, Face to Face, Fenix*TX, Katastro, Passafire, HB Surround Sound, The Veragroove, Bend Sinister, Nomada, and Bad Lucy will take the stage.

Tickets go on sale Ticketfly on Saturday, February 16 (that's tomorrow). More information coming soon.


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