Here is your Sasquatch 2012 Lineup

It looks like Sasquatch 2012 is offering a very robust lineup again this year the lovely Gorge Amphitheatre. 

The Northwest festival as announced its 2012 lineup. The unveiling of the lineup came at Sasquatch’s launch party, which took place earlier tonight at Seattle’s Neptune Theater.

Some of the acts that will grace The Gorge stages this year are: Beck, Jack White, Spiritualized, Beirut, St. Vincent, Bon Iver, Girl Talk, Mogwai, Silversun Pickups, Feist, The Shins and Tenacious D.

Other acts announced include: Metric, Childish Gambino, Wild Flag, Zola Jesus, Portlandia, Yellow Ostrich, Wu Lyf, Tune-Yards, Shabazz Palaces, Ben Howard, Sol, Tycho, Nero, Thee Satisfaction, The Roots, Electric Guest, Cave Singers, Explosions in the Sky and Purity Ring. 

Additional acts include…Little Dragon, Ted Leo & the Pharmacists, The Joy Formidable, Dum Dum Girls, Com Truise, Unknown Mortal Orchestra, SBTRKT, Craft Spells, Grouplove, Fun, Head and the Heart, John Reilly’s Friends, Pretty Light, Alabama Shakes and M. Ward.

Also on tap will we be…The Walkmen, Clap Your Hands Say Yeah, Deer Tick, Kurt Vile, Imelda May, The War On Drugs, The Helio Sequence, Shearwater, Ben Howard, Cass McCombs, Active Child, Charles Bradley, Here We Go Magic, Araabmuzik, Gary Clark Jr., The Physics and John Mulaney.

Those and others artists will perform on five different stages: Sasquatch, Bigfoot, Banana Shack, Yeti and the Main Stage. You can access the complete lineup here.

The festival is scheduled to go down on Memorial Day Weekend (May 25th-28th) at the The Gorge in George, WA. Pre-sale kicks off next Wednesday, February 8th at 10AM PT via Live Nation.

Tickets go on sale to the general public next Saturday, February 11th also via Live Nation.


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