Spillover Fest Gets Better with Addition of Diarrhea Planet and Others for 2015

South By Southwest is so powerful that its residual effects bleed some 200 miles north into Dallas. Well, bleed isn't the word; it's actually a spillover. The spillover has been so strong that for the eighth year Parade of Flesh is putting together its Spillover Fest, which was once a Bro Fest but eventually realized that wasn't the best look, irony or not. For 2015, Spillover has long since announced the Liars as its headliner, but today they revealed a fresh batch of artists to help fill out the lineup a bit.

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Spillover Music Fest 2015 from Gary Brown on Vimeo.

Among the names added are Danish punk rock band, Iceage, Sub Pop garage rock maestro King Tuff, bluesy garage rock outfit from Nashville, JEFF The Brotherhood, and Nashville six-piece Diarrhea Planet. The festival takes place in Deep Ellum on Friday, March 22.

The best part is, there's even more to come. So, don't trip; Spillover ain't through with you yet.

Advance tickets for the festival are currently on sale at ticketfly.com. General admission goes for $33 and $55 for LCS passes, which is basically Parade's spin on VIP that includes priority entry for stages, access to exclusive VIP bartenders, discounts on Spillover artists' vinyl at Off the Record, a goody bag and more.

The first person to correctly guess what the hell LCS stands for gets a pass for free. Guess right here.

Here's the full list of bands to date:

LIARS Iceage Pianos Become the Teeth King Tuff Jeff the Brotherhood Viet Cong Diarrhea Planet Screaming Females Single Mothers The Shrine Weedeater


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