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NX35 Adds Neon Indian, Others to Lineup; Tickets Now On Sale

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Originally, tickets for this year's second go-'round of the NX35 Music Conferette were supposed to go on sale yesterday. A few software glitches go in the way, but more important point is this: Tickets are now on sale, so go get 'em. Four-day passes will set you back only $65; single-night passes, rather, will cost you $20 a pop. Still, not bad, though, right?

OK. Maybe this will convince you to get on board: In addition to both the free shows from The Flaming Lips, Midlake and Stardeath & White Dwarfs and the 123-band-deep preliminary lineup announced on Monday, today comes news that Neon Indian's been added to the festival lineup. And more announcements are on the way: Sources close to the festival tell us that, in the next few weeks, festivalgoers can expect bands from local booking/management/label conglomerate Spune Productions to be added to the bill (read: Telegraph Canyon, Doug Burr, Glen Farris and Seryn), and, in addition to those, "at the very least, 15" more national acts will be added to the bill once SXSW's lineup is confirmed...

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