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(Andrew Zaeh | Courtesy) Neon Trees frontman, Tyler Glenn, second from right, recently came out as gay, but said he is sill a devout member of the Mormon Church.
Neon Trees will headline X96’s Big A** Show

The 19th annual X96/Toyota Big Ass Show will be a homecoming for the concert’s headlining band: Provo’s own chart-toppers, Neon Trees.

The preliminary line-up for the alt-rock station’s annual end-of-summer bash was unveiled this morning on "The Radio From Hell Show." The event is set for Saturday, Sept. 27, at the Gallivan Center, 239 S. Main, Salt Lake City.

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Besides Neon Trees, the following bands were announced:

• L.A.-based indie-pop duo Capital Cities;

• Electro-rock duo Phantogram;

• New Zealand pop duo Broods;

• British-American indie-rock band Nightmare and the Cat (fronted by brothers Django and Samuel Stewart, son of Eurythmics co-founder Dave Stewart and Bananarama singer Siobhan Fahey).

• Portland, Ore., dance-pop group Priory.

More bands will be added to the line-up, including a local band to be chosen via a "battle of the bands" competition.

The first 1,000 tickets go on sale Friday, for $9.60 each. The station will sell 200 each at five different locations around the Wasatch Front during the day — cash only, limit of two tickets per person. (Go to the station’s website for locations and a schedule.) After that, a limited number of tickets will be available at the regular price of $25.



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