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Small Black, deafheaven and Native Join Bro Fest 2011 Bill, Which Now Counts 21 Performers

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It appears as if Parade of Flesh's John Iskander has finished the lineup for his annual, formerly called South by South Flesh, post-SXSW bash, Bro Fest. Indeed: After starting to leak performer names as early as late December, Iskander earlier this week formally announced the lineup, which now boasts a total of 21 bands performing at the Club Dada-hosted all-day affair on Sunday, March 20.

That's three more than the most recently leaked bill, thanks to the additions of San Francisco metal act deafheaven, Indiana rock outfit Native and Brooklyn's buzzing, chillwave-even-though-they-deny-it Small Black.

Advance tickets to the show cost $13 and can be bought at Good Records or online right here. After the jump, check out the lineup, posted in its entirety. Set times have not yet been announced.

Bro Fest 2011 Lineup:
Wild Flag
The Greenhornes
Jeff The Brotherhood
Small Black
Castanets
Dom
Fang Island
Horse The Band
Grooms
Alpha & Omega
The Body
Class Actress
Native
The Secret
deafheaven
Funeral Pyre
Holy Sons
Liturgy
Owen Hart
Touche Amore
White Hills

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