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April 2, 2013 at 9:04 AM

Acts announced for Capitol Hill Block Party July 26-28

Three-day passes for the Capitol Hill Block Party are available now for $75. If you buy today, you can save $20 and get a free ticket to the CHBP Premier Party featuring Pickwick and Radiation City on April 4 at Neumos.

The lineup looks to be one of the best the festival has put together and features top-notch local and national acts.

The lineup so far:

The Flaming Lips, Girl Talk, Pickwick, A Trak, STRFKR, Frightened Rabbit, Dillon Francis, Cults, Hey Marseilles, Chromatics, El P + Killer Mike, Danny Brown, Star Slinger, Glass Candy, Big Freedia, Latyrx, Rose Windows, Daughn Gibson, Odesza, Radiation City, Sandrider, Wild Cub, White Lung, La Luz, BellaMaine, Black Marble, Pure Bathing Culture, The Comettes, Survival Knife, Fly Moon Royalty, Soft Metals, Grave Babies, 18 Individual Eyes, Country Lips, Naomi Punk, The Grizzled Mighty, The Horde and the Harem, Constant Lovers, Learning Team, Theoretics, Bear Mountain, Fools Gold Club House, Chastity Belt, Dave B, Ravenna Woods, Deadkill, Land of Pines, Sam Lachow + Raz Simone, Jarv Dee, William Tyler, JK Pop!, Stickers, Youryoungbody, Dutty Wilderness, Heavy Petting, Mass Games, Monogamy Party, Pony Time, Rabbits, S, Tacos, The Trashies, Tragic Valley, Trash Fire, Unnatural Helpers, FF, Gaytheist, Scream Queen, Spaceneedles, See Me River, Iska Dhaaf, Grenades, TacocaT and Grave Matters.

Wayne Coyne of the Flaming Lips. Photo by Rick Diamond/Getty Images
Wayne Coyne of the Flaming Lips. Photo by Rick Diamond/Getty Images

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