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Capitol Hill Block Party: My schedule, or how I hope to catch 20 bands in two days

July 23rd, 2009 by travis hay

As promised earlier, here is my tentative schedule for Capitol Hill Block Party 2009. I say tentative because once I hit the festival grounds all bets are off since set times can run late and I will likely find myself getting caught up in some sets more than I anticipated or I might be discovering my new favorite band. That’s the joy of music festivals. You never know what’s going to happen.

FRIDAY

4:00 Dutchess and the Duke

5:15 Spinnerettes

6:20 The Blakes

6:45 Black Lips

7:45 Sleepy Eyes of Death

8:15 Deerhunter

9:15 Built To Spill

9:45 Born Anchors

10:20 They Live!

SATURDAY

4:00 Girls

4:30 The Pains of Being Pure at Heart

5:15 Akimbo

5:45 Pela

6:30 The Maldives

7:15 The Thermals

7:45 The Lonely Forest

8:45 The Gossip

9:15 Future of the Left

10:15 Sportn Life Showcase

10:45 Sonic Youth

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One Response to “Capitol Hill Block Party: My schedule, or how I hope to catch 20 bands in two days”

  1. Craig P Says:

    see ya there!

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