Live tweeting the 2013 Bumbershoot lineup

Tonight is prom night at The Croc with Allen Stone. As if a themed Allen Stone concert wasn’t cool enough, tonight is also the lineup announcement for Bumbershoot 2013! Allen will take a break half way through his set so a video can be shown that will tell us who is playing the big festival in Seattle this year.

I will be there to live tweet the whole thing and just in case you were wondering I will be wearing a white Calvin Klein jacket and powder blue bow tie. If you are on Twitter and want to follow me for the announcement tonight I am @whatradioblog or if you want to make things easy on yourself just keep an eye on the box below as all my tweets will be showing up in there.

Any predictions?

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