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July 9, 2013 at 10:21 AM

Schedule for Sub Pop’s Silver Jubilee is set

The schedule for Sub Pop’s Silver Jubilee is below. Rumors have been flying that Soundgarden will play, but other than a “TBA” at 7:30 p.m. there has been no official word. That rumor has been based on pure speculation and some creative lip reading at the end of this video.

I can confirm that Hardly Art band, the Moondoggies, will headline the 12:30 a.m. showcase at The Mix.

Any bands from the label’s history that you wish were playing? Let us know in the comments.

The full schedule:Sub Pop Logo

12th Avenue S and S Bailey

9am to noon – Yagya Opening Blessing

Sub Stage (at S. Homer Street)

8:30 pm – Built to Spill

7:15 pm – Mudhoney

6:00 pm – J Mascis

5:00 pm – METZ

3:45 pm – Pissed Jeans

2:30 pm – King Tuff

1:30 pm – Shearwater

(Beer Garden opens at noon)

Pop Stage (at S. Vale St.)

7:45 pm – Father John Misty

6:30 pm – Greg Dulli

5:20 pm – Shabazz Palaces

4:10 pm – The Baptist Generals

3:00 pm – clipping.

Elysian stage (at S. Lucile St.)

7:30 pm – TBA

6:15 pm – Chad VanGaalen

5:00 pm – The Catheters

4:00 pm – Brothers of the Sonic Cloth (this is TAD’s new band)

3:00 pm – Jack Endino’s Earthworm

2:00 pm – The Tom Price Desert Classic (Tom Price was in the legendary U-Men)

1:00 pm – David Buhler (The mind behind Loser Pale Ale and partner at Elysian Brewing)

(Beer Garden open at noon)

The Mix: The Hardly Art Sideshow Jubilee

12:30 am – TBA

11:30 pm – Deep Time

10:30 pm – Protomartyr

9:30 pm – Hausu

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