Sasquatch! Follow along as performers are announced

Tonight I will be attending the 2013 Sasquatch! Music Festival launch party where they will unveil this year’s four day lineup. I will be live tweeting every thing of note that happens including how many drinks host Luke Burbank consumes on stage.

You can follow me on twitter for real time updates @whatradioblog. The party starts at 8 p.m. Or you can watch the little box below for my feed and keep track of all the important Sasquatch! news. Feel free to join the conversation and tell me who you are hoping is on the list or excited about when the lineup is released. Should be a fun and exciting night!

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