KXT Summer Cut 2013 [Update with Presale and Ticket Price Information]
Fans at last year's Summer Cut.
Update: Presale tickets for KXT's Summer Cut go on sale today, January 23, at 10 a.m. via Ticketmaster. Tickets range from $30 to $55 (plus fees). Use the code "kxtradio." The general onsale is Friday at 10 a.m.
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Summer Cut: The Happy Funtime Festival presented by KXT will hold its sophomore installment on June 1 at Gexa Energy Pavilion, and we now have the lineup. It includes The Avett Brothers, Milo Greene, Matt & Kim, Dawes, Hayes Carll and more. The full list is below.
The Avett Brothers will headline Summer Cut this year.
KXT Summer Cut 2013 Lineup The Avett Brothers Matt & Kim Milo Greene Dawes Grace Potter & the Nocturnals Hayes Carll Oil Boom The Roomsounds RTB2 The Orbans Fate Lions
Tickets are on sale Friday, January 25, at 10 a.m. A VIP package goes on sale this coming Tuesday, the 22. Prices and details have not yet been announced.
Earlier this week, the radio station teased this announcement with a video wherein local celebrities, media personalities and I read the list and were censored. Many observant commenters noted that Dirk Nowitzki's excitement/presence in the clip pretty much tipped the top of the bill. Basically, if you wind up with your view blocked by a giant blonde man, don't challenge him to a game of one-on-one. That fadeaway is unblockable.
Much of this lineup requires no introduction: Besides the banjo-wielding brothers Avett, there is the life-sized can of Surge that is Matt & Kim. Milo Greene (not a person's name, you'll note) earned many a stamp of approval with last year's self-titled debut, a breezy, assured pop effort that will probably sound awesome in a festival setting. Hayes Carll is one of the funniest storytellers working. And on. Should be a good time.
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