KXT's Happy Funtime Fest Grabs St. Vincent, Flaming Lips and More

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Look, we know you don't want to think about summer after the non-winter we had. Yes, there will probably be fireballs raining down on us for 128 days straight and some sort of locust invasion, but KXT's bringing a pretty great lineup to Gexa Energy Pavilion on June 1 to distract you.

The Flaming Lips, St. Vincent, Fitz & the Tantrums, Clap Your Hands Say Yeah, plus locals Smile Smile, Air Review and Telegraph Canyon comprise the Happy Funtime Fest. Tickets go on sale Saturday, March 2, but if you're a KXT member, you get a special deal.

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