Elf Power, New Madrid, Dead Confederate, Roadkill Ghost Choir, More Confirmed for AthFest

The second wave of AthFest artist announcements went out today, following the revelation at the beginning of this month that Reptar, Kishi Bashi and Drivin’ N Cryin’ would headline the festival’s outdoor stage and Futurebirds would play Saturday, June 21 at the 40 Watt Club

In addition to those acts, Elf Power, Dead Confederate, New Madrid, Radiolucent, Seven Handle Circus, Family and Friends, Judah & The Lion, Roadkill Ghost Choir, Ike Stubblefield, David Barbe & The Quick Hooks, The Woodgrains and Brothers will all perform during the fest, which happens June 18–22. 

Check the promo video:

Wristbands are available via the AthFest site and are $15 for just one more day. Starting May 1, the price will increase. As previously announced, you can also preorder the AthFest compliation album, which is being released on vinyl this year for the first time.

Stay tuned for more artist announcements in the coming weeks, including who will play Flagpole‘s official AthFest showcase Friday, June 20 at the 40 Watt.


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