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Project Pabst 2017 will bring Iggy Pop, Dinosaur Jr. to Atlanta festival


BY MELISSA RUGGIERI/AJC Music Scene

Project Pabst will return to Atlanta for a second installment spotlighting an impressive lineup of Iggy Pop, Dinosaur Jr., The Internet, Peaches and more.

The all-day event, produced with Atlanta’s Rival Entertainment, will take place Oct. 7 in East Atlanta Village. Doors open at noon and music kicks off at 1 p.m.

Tickets are on sale now for $45 at http://atlanta.projectpabst.com. Any remaining tickets day of show will be $55. Project Pabst is a 21 and older gathering.

The event launched in Portland in 2014 and expanded to a four-city series – including Atlanta – last year ( Run the Jewels headlined ). This year’s series commenced May 20 in Denver and will also play two days in Portland as part of the city’s MusicfestNW on Aug. 26-27 and in Philadelphia on Sept. 16.

In addition to the main stage, the Earl Stage will feature Gentleman Jesse & His Men, Withered, The Difference Machine and more, while five acts, including RMBLR and Goldyard will perform on an outdoor stage.

Those who want a break from the music can hang out in the PBRcade, where old school video games will be set up, check out the PBR Vandalism interactive graffiti art display and Pabst Wax, where vinyl recordings that fans create themselves will be made on the spot.

Here are the complete lineups. For more information, visit www.projectpabst.com. :

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MAIN STAGE

Iggy Pop

Dinosaur Jr.

The Internet

Peaches

Watch the Duck

The Coathangers

Ruby Velle and Soulphonics

 

EARL STAGE

Gentleman Jesse & His Men

Withered

The Difference Machine

The Powder Room

Illegal Drugs

Glare

DiCaprio

 

OUTSIDE STAGE

RMBLR

Goldyard

A Drug Called Tradition

Vincas

Lord Narf


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