Fun Fun Fun Fest 2012 Lineup Update

While some festivals choose to drop their entire lineup at once, Austin’s Fun Fun Fun Fest is taking a different route. After releasing a video revealing Atlas Sound, Baroness, Black Moth Super Rainbow, and Starfucker as parts of the lineup, a new video has been released announcing Rakim, Lagwagon, and Seattle’s The Head and The Heart as the latest additions. The whole lineup is expected in the coming weeks, and the whole thing goes down on November 2nd-4th in Austin, Texas. Last year’s lineup featured such heavyweights as Slayer, Spoon, Lykke Li, M83, Passion Pit, The Joy Formidable, and a now-infamous set from Glenn Danzig, so this year is sure to boast an equally (if not more) stellar lineup. Watch the lineup unveiling videos below:

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  1. James
    Posted June 25, 2012 at 3:27 pm | Permalink

    I hate to bust your bubble, but these videos aren’t really orignal or anything.

    Have you seen the videos for 35 Denton?
    They’re a little less boring than what I’m seeing from the folks at FFF Fest.

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