Prom night with Allen Stone and Bumbershoot

Bumbershoot is jumping on board this whole lineup announcement party train with the other big festivals and they are doing it in a pretty amazing way. On May 2nd and 3rd, Allen Stone and company will be taking over the Crocodile in Seattle to perform and announce the official Bumbershoot 2013 lineup.

This isn’t going to just be any old lineup announcement. This is a prom party lineup announcement. No matter how fresh, dope, or absurd your prom dress or tux is, you had better make sure to find some great dancing shoes because this is going to be one hell of a party and it’s at the venue Allen told me was his favorite in Seattle.

Tickets are $50 per couple and will go on sale this Friday at 10 a.m. Tickets will be available here.

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