10 Thousand Sounds Festival 2014 ticket prices go up July 1
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The second annual City Pages 10 Thousand Sound Festival is just a few weeks away. On Saturday, July 26, Polica's only local gig of the year will lead a talented and diverse lineup of some of our favorite acts of recent memory.
Joining them will be the experimental synth-pop of Sylvan Esso, Twin Cities rap creative Allan Kingdom, Frankie Teardrop's fun-core rock antics, the smooth indie stylings of Carroll, and Tree Blood's all-out noise-rock assault. This is a dream lineup, and currently it is a bargain at $20 for the day. But all of that goes out the window on July 1.
Yes, when we end the ability to say "the first half of 2014," the prices for 10 Thousand Sounds tickets will rise. On July 1, general admission tickets will be $25, and VIP blips up from $40 to $45. There's no time like the present to secure your spots for the day.
More on the 10 Thousand Sounds lineup here.
The 2014 10 Thousand Sounds Festival, presented by Coldwell Banker Burnet, will be held between 4 p.m. and 10 p.m. on Saturday, July 26 at the parking lot on Hennepin Avenue between North 10th and 11th Streets in downtown Minneapolis.
Tickets are $20 (general admission) / $40 (VIP) until 11:59 p.m. on June 30. Available here.
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