WRFL Announces Fifth Annual Boomslang Fest

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Updated: 4/10/2013 10:53 am
WRFL 88.1FM has announced the dates of their fifth annual Boomslang Fest along with a sneak peek at the lineup.

The University of Kentucky's college and community radio station hosts the multi-venue music and art festival as one way to meet their goal of bringing innovative, non-commercial music to Central Kentucky and offering "an eclectic variety of other arts-oriented events."

Boomslang 2013 will take place September 20th-22nd.

Saul Williams, ADULT., Marnie Stern, Jason Lescalleet and Graham Lambkin, Dent May, ITAL, Locrian, and Jamaican Queens have already confirmed they'll be a part of the lineup.

You can stay up-to-date with the latest festival announcements here.
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