FYF Fest Adds No Age to 2013 Roster, Set Times Released
Photo: No Age via Sub Pop Records
Los Angeles, California -- With FYF Fest just eight days away, festival organizers are excited to announce No Age has been added to their already impressive lineup. The band will be playing on Sunday, August 25th at the Charlotte Stage, and with their new album, No Object, coming out this Tuesday, festivalgoers will be one of the first to hear their new tunes live in Los Angeles State Historic Park.
FYF has also just released the set times for the fest, which you can view on their official website, so you can begin customizing your plan and deciding which artists you don't want to miss. While most of the set times do overlap, there is enough lead time between simultaneous acts to catch at least half of each performance.
To help you prepare, the festival has also released the FYF Fest 2013 app, which will allow you to create your own personalized schedule and give you access to artist bios, maps, and other helpful tools to help festivalgoers make the most of their time. The app also has a graffiti board with a message from bands attached to it, and a backend that displays how often each band is on the board. The app is available for download on the iPhone as well as Android devices.
General Admission Weekend Passes to the August 24-25 fest are currently on sale for just $99, and although Single Day Passes are no longer available, you can also snag a VIP Weekend Pass for $199. VIP amenities will include a full liquor bar, private bathrooms, exclusive food trucks, comfortable couches, shaded tents, and a prime viewing area. Please note you must be 21 or older to purchase a VIP pass.
Be sure to check back next week to find out more about the food vendors that will be stationed on the camp grounds and other additional events. And, in case you were wondering about the stage names, they were named in honor of FYF creator Sean Carlson's aunts.
August 24: Yeah Yeah Yeahs, TV on the Radio, FLAG (Keith, Chuck, Dez, Billy & Stephen Performing the songs of Black Flag), Deerhunter, Devendra Banhart, The Breeders (Performing Last Splash), Toro Y Moi, Death Grips, Roky Erickson, STRFKR, Thee Oh Sees, Simian Mobile Disco B2B Bicep, Charles Bradley & His Extraordinaires, Ty Segall, Dan Deacon, Nosaj Thing, Title Fight, Delorean, Omar Souleyman, Eleanor Friedberger, Joyce Manor, Foxygen, Horse Meat Disco, METZ, Crystal Antlers, The Underachievers, Waxahatchee + more & comedians
August 25: My Bloody Valentine, MGMT, Beach House, Solange, Yo La Tengo, Washed Out, Holy Ghost!, The Melvins, Les Savy Fav, Shlohmo, Kurt Vile & The Violators, Flume, !!! (Chk Chk Chk), Jonathan Richman, Baroness, Poolside, Touche Amore, Mac Demarco, Glasser, How to Dress Well, Chelsea Wolfe, The Orwells, Classixx, Mikal Cronin, Guards, Pional, Fear of Men, Lemuria, Antwon, No Age + more & comedians
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