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Index Festival Announces Final Lineup, Releases Daily Schedule.

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With the announcement of Oscar winner and former rodeo cowboy Ryan Bingham being added to this fall's Index Festival having been made today, we now know that this is the year the three year old Deep Ellum-located fest grew up into a major regional force. The three night affair taking place September 26 - 28 will not only be massive in sheer scope, but the range of styles represented should please a great many.

Oh, and the list of which bands will play on which days has been unleashed.

The staggered nature of the lineup announcement hasn't been typical, but its been fun. Now that it's more or less complete, it's time to get out a few differently colored highlighters and start strategizing on how you will make the most of what looks to be an exciting weekend of hopping around Elm, Main and Commerce streets.

As of today, one can purchase single-day passes for $40 on Friday, and $45 for either Saturday or Sunday. Also, as of today, prices for three day passes have gone up just a slight bit. But at $99 for a three day pass and $199 to be a VIP all weekend, the prices are still pretty solid, we think.

Below is the breakdown of who will be playing on wich date. Specific venues and possible surprise additions to the line-up will be available in the coming weeks.

Friday, Spetember 26 Ryan Bingham Future Islands Kaiser Chiefs Odesza Blitzen Trapper The Felice Brothers Hayden James The Apache Relay Spirit Family Reunion Horse Thief Telegraph Canyon Booty Fade Spoonfed Tribe Quiet Company Water Liars Rodney Parker Ambassadeurs Oil Boom Son of Stan The Angelus Catamaran Ice Eater

Saturday, September 27 Mutemath Dawes Lord Huron The Get Up Kids Foxygen The Cool Kids White Denim Lee Fields and the Expressions David Ramirez The Limousines Mother Falcon Clear plastic Masks The Hunts Wild Party Team The Suffers The Orbans The Black and White Years * Dub Thompson Wrestlers The Fox and the Bird Latasha lee and the Black Ties Blue, the Misfit Chambers -Topic Patriot The Phuss Nite Gold Beach Second Lovers Greg Vanderpool Grey Matter Alsace

Sunday, September 28 Local Natives Palms (ft. Chino of Deftones) Dilated Peoples Dan Deacon Senses Fail Doomtree How to Dress Well Russian Circles Joe Pug Caroline Rose Joyce Manor Zammuto Air Review Zorch ADd+ Sam Lao Low Dark Hills Bethan The Exquisites The Cush Daniel Markham Valise Home by Hovercraft French 75 Pageantry The Longshots Sealion Collin Herring Holiday Mountain Bummer Vacation Moonbather Jesse Rya

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