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Friday, September 21, 2018

Local music showcase Pulp Music Festival to return later this month

Posted By on Fri, Sep 21, 2018 at 12:42 PM

click to enlarge Woolbright - PHOTO BY JEN CRAY FOR ORLANDO WEEKLY
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The local music blowout Pulp Music Festival returns for another year at the end of September, with a new location but the same ultra-stacked lineup of local and regional bands spread over three stages.

This year's lineup includes: ADJY, Secret Stuff, Michael Cera Palin, Choir Vandals, Makari, Tanner Jones (of You Blew It!), Expert Timing, The Blonde Tongues, Hungover, Worst Party Ever, Woolbright, GILT, Intervention, STAY HERE, Manny Urdaneta, Boston Marriage, Kinder Than Wolves
Jason Guy Smiley, Rocko English, trendy dog with sunglasses, Glazed
Snacking, Handmade Music Collective, Overthinker, Like Father, Elders, Taylor James, Teen Divorce, Pallid, Tourist Season, Everything Etc., Really Fast Horses, Palomino Blond, Poblano.



The Pulp Music Festival goes down on Saturday, Sept. 29, at 2 p.m. at the Milk District Pavilion. Tickets are $15-$20.

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