Latest Round of 35 Conferette Lineup Adds Includes !!!, Portugal. The Man, Kid Koala, Generationals and The Civil Wars

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Another week has passed and another round of acts has been added to the upcoming 35 Conferette in Denton (formerly known as NX35).

Today, five more names just added to the March 10-13 festival lineup: indie dance favorites !!! (pronounced Chk Chk Chk, if that helps), Alaskan-based prog-rockers Portugal. The Man, Canadaian tunrtablist Kid Koala, garage rocker Generationals and Nashville-based Americana act The Civil Wars.

After the jump, check the entire lineup (as has been so far announced) for this increasingly impressive-looking festival, which now counts 47 48 acts on its bill.

The Lineup So Far for 35 Conferette 2011:
Local Natives
Dr. Dog
Big Freedia
Dan Deacon
White Denim
Mavis Staples
Royal Bangs
Damien Jurado
Viva Voce
Colour Revolt
Parts & Labor
Jessica Lea Mayfield
A Place to Bury Strangers
Nite Jewel
Portugal. The Man
Kid Koala
The Civil Wars
Secret Sisters
Davila 666
The Mumlers
How to Dress Well
Dave Smalley
Franz Nicolay
David Dondero
Reading Rainbow
Reggie Watts
Mondo Drag
No Joy
Maneja Beto
Hooray For Earth
Drew Andrews & the Spectral Cities
In Tall Buildings
Mother Falcon
Now Now Every Children
Young Buffalo
Southeast Engine
Sugar & Gold
Yip Deceiver

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