Bumbershoot announces its lineup

Bumbershoot, Seattle’s summer-ending arts and music festival, has announced several major acts for its line-up.

Among acts scheduled to appear during the Seattle Center festival, Aug. 30 to Sept. 1, are national acts including Wu-Tang Clan, Foster the People, Elvis Costello and the Imposters, Neon Trees, The Head and The Heart, J. Cole, the Replacements, Panic! at the Disco, Bootsy Collins, Los Lobos, Bobby Womack, the Reverend Horton Heat, Charlie Musslewhite, the Dream Syndicate, the Afghan Whigs and Luscious Jackson and local groups, including Anacortes’ The Lonely Forest and Seattle’s Fly Moon Royalty and Shelby Earl, who are both performing this weekend at the Fisherman’s Village Music Festival in Everett.

Literary artists appearing include La Conner’s Tom Robbins, “The Moth” public radio show and the writers of Fox’s “The Simpsons” and writers from satrical weekly “The Onion.”

The festival also features fine arts displays, a film festival, theater, comedy acts and more.

Advance tickets, available now at bumbershoot.strangertickets.com/, are $55 for a one-day pass, $130 for a three-day pass, $350 for a gold pass and $550 for a platinum pass.

For more information go to bumbershoot.org/

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