You’ve very likely heard the news by now. You’re not dreaming: The Faint, Old ’97s and Superchunk all have been added to this year’s MAHA Music Festival lineup. I’ll be waxing poetic about this in tomorrow’s column, but thought I’d share it with you now (as I won’t have time for a blog update later). It’s hard — nay impossible — to argue with this lineup, and MAHA isn’t done yet, as they’re considering two more nationals to fill out the bill along with the local stage. Impressive, and all for only $33. Tix go on sale April 24. How many people can they fit into Lewis & Clark Landing? We’ll find out July 24.
Also, briefly, tonight at The Waiting Room it’s San Francisco indie-psychrock band Girls (Matador Records) with Sub Pop act Dum Dum Girls. $15, 9 p.m. Be there or be square.
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