Too many great bands in one place has become an annual occurrence at The Fest, and as such there are bound to be some tough conflicts for fans to deal with. Deciding what band to see in a time slot is an inexact science, based on variables like line length, venue location and set length. Generally wandering around and not worrying about conflicts is often the better way to experience the Fest, but we know that’s not an option for a lot of our readers. We also know that it’s an election year and there might be some undecided Fest voters out there!
With that in mind, we rolled up the sleeves on our business casual shirts and picked out a few glaring Fest conflicts, going to bat for each band involved. There’s no such thing as a bad Fest set decision, remember that.
Fest 11 tickets are still available here and the schedule can be perused here for context.
via Punknews.org (http://pnkn.ws/ROw3Qs)
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