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Wednesday, February 4, 2009

Valley of the Vapors announces line-up

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Brave Combo, Headlights, the Queers and the Pink Spiders are among the headliners of the 5th annual Valley of the Vapors Independent Music Festival, which runs from March 17 to March 22 in Hot Springs.

As usual, the festival hosts band spots as far flung as Australia and Israel and Canada.

Check the schedule after the jump and get band bios and streaming music at the VOV website. Tuesday, March 17
Join the VOV in the Worlds Shortest St Patties Day Parade 5:30PM more info here.
BRAVE COMBO at Maxines, 21+ / $5 / 9PM
MONOTONIX, AIDS WOLF, FIASCO, US GIRLS at Low Key Arts / all ages / $7 / 9PM
 
Wednesday, March 18
PINK SPIDERS, MATHEMATICIANS, THE RESIGNATORS at Low Key Arts / all ages / $7 / 7PM
 
Thursday, March 19
THE QUEERS, TEENAGE BOTTLEROCKET, POISON ARROWS. A+ SET UP at Low Key Arts / all ages / $10 / 7PM
 
Friday, March 20
HAYMARKET RIOT and more to be announced at Low Key Arts / all ages / 8PM
 
Saturday, March 21
HEADLIGHTS, THE POMEGRANATES, FIELD FOUNDRY RECORDINGS at Low Key Arts / all ages / FREE SHOW / 8PM
 
Sunday, March 22 - The VOV BBQ!!
FLATFOOT 56, ROLL THE TANKS, ANAVAN, SOUTHEAST ENGINE, THEODORE, DEASTRO, BAD CREDIT NO CREDIT, PRETTY & NICE at Low Key Arts / all ages / $5 / 2PM
 

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