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Riot Fest 2012 Expands From Chicago to Dallas, Brings Rise Against, Andrew W.K., The Sword and More

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Are you experiencing Festival Fatigue yet? Too bad. One more all-day-er has been announced for the summer: In addition to Toronto and Brooklyn, Chicago-based punk circus Riot Fest is expanding its reach to Dallas on September 22 at Gexa Energy Pavilion.

Rise Against, Descendents, Municipal Waste, Andrew W.K., NOFX and more stack the bill, and pre-sale starts tomorrow, June 13. See the lineup below.

Rise Against Descendents NOFX The Gaslight Anthem Less Than Jake Andrew W.K. (solo performance) The Sword Municipal Waste Teenage Bottlerocket Off With Their Heads Messengers The News Can Wait Fever Dreamer Mouth of the South The American Heist Venomous Maximus Not in the Face

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