AthFest Announces 2018 Club Crawl Headliners

T. Hardy Morris

AthFest Educates has announced the Club Crawl headliners for this year’s AthFest Music and Arts Festival, which takes place June 22–24.

The 2018 Club Crawl, which will take place in various downtown venues as well as Terrapin Beer Co., will feature a diverse lineup of local and regional acts, including T. Hardy Morris, Neighbor Lady, Nihilist Cheerleader and Bobby’s Shorts, who will play the Georgia Theatre; Cracker, Cinemechanica and Oak House, who will play the 40 Watt Club; Robbie Dude, Andy Bruh and Pure Colors at Live Wire; Five Eight and Shehehe at the Caledonia Lounge; Holly Golightly & the Brokeoffs at The World Famous; and Lullwater, Polar Waves and the Black Lips’ Ian St. Pe at Terrapin.

Other announced performers include Don Chambers, Booty Boyz, Kenosha Kid, Deep State, Harry Carey, Lazer/Wulf and Summer Hymns.

Ciné will once again host the AthFactor-Liberty Entertainment All-Star Hip Hop Showcase, with artists including Valley Girl D, Dictator and BYV. In addition, The Foundry will host a Latin music showcase on Saturday featuring Orquesta Macuba.

Previously, AthFest announced the outdoor headliners for this year’s event. While outdoor shows are free, Club Crawl shows require ticket purchase for entry. Wristbands are available for $20 until May 25, when the price will increase to $25. You can purchase them here.


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