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Crucial Fest returns to Utah in June
First Published Mar 27 2013 03:16 pm • Last Updated Mar 27 2013 03:17 pm

Presented by Exigent Records, CrucialFest returns to downtown Salt Lake City June 26-29.

Now in its third year CrucialFest will once again showcases over 50 bands at a variety of Salt Lake’s venues including Urban Lounge and Kilby Court and new venues

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such as the Shred Shed on Exchange Place and the Salt Haus in Salt Lake’s Granary District.

This festival is a great way for Utahns to familiarize themselves with our local and regional music scenes.

Along with the various showcases at bars/clubs/venues the event culminates with a block party on Exchange Place June 29 and an all0day street fair inside of the Pickle Factory on the 28.

The current line-up includes the following, more TBA: Jr. Worship, Settle Down, L'anarchiste, Hang Time, Worst Friends, Take The Fall , Eidola, Bréag Naofa, Matthew Nanes, Huldra, The Hung Ups, Eli Whitney, Water Liars, Yaktooth, Atheist, Døne, SubRosa, Oxcross, Top Dead Celebrity, Pleasure Thieves, Cody Taylor, Harmon's Heart , Pest Rulz, Black Acid Devil, La Verkin, Collin Creek, Merlins Beard, Into The Storm, Rocky Mountain District , Jetty , New Truth, Johnny Utah, Dead Pilots, Hurris & Gig, Badass Magic, Hope & Tim, Baby Gurl, Slow Mover, Cicadas, Scalps, Temples, John Ross Boyce and his Troubles, Serial Hawk, Making Fuck, and Shadow Puppet.

For more information visit www.CrucialFest.com.

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