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Upstream Music Festival Announces First Four Main Stage Acts, Including The Flaming Lips

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Upstream Music Festival is returning to Seattle for their second year, and with a number of venues in the heart of Seattle and great music, we are sure we will be attending this festival again. On Monday, Upstream announced the first 4 acts gracing the main Sound Lot stage, and they’re with a very diverse group of artists.

Upstream 2018 Mainstage Reveal

The Flaming Lips, Cut Copy, Valerie June, and Zola Jesus were announced, and that is just the start of the lineup. There will be 12 acts at the main stage, and over 200 artists playing during the festival. This is a beautiful festival that features big names, along with amazing local talent. To take advantage of the early bird prices and learn more information on tickets, head over here.

This is just the beginning of Upstream 2018. Who do you hope gets announced? Make sure to stay tuned for more information on the lineup, the summit and the fest.

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