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Homegrown Fest Adds Black Joe Lewis, The Bright Light Social Hour and More

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The all-Texas lineup for the third annual Homegrown Fest is quickly expanding, with the addition today of Austin's Black Joe Lewis & the Honeybears and The Bright Light Social Hour, plus the Ticket's own George Dunham.

Add those names to a roster including Hayes Carll, Robert Ellis, Octopus Project, Centro-matic, Ume, Girl in a Coma, Mystery Skulls and Low Dark Hills, and your Memorial Day weekend just got served a subpoena (to appear at Main Street Garden Park, where the fest is being held).

Think your band has what it takes to be in the lineup? Upload your demo by April 6, and you might have a chance to compete in Rock the Park, a battle of the bands. Bands still battle, right?

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