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Silver Lake Jubilee's Line-Up Features 50 Bands, Mostly Local Acts

A portion of the Silver Lake Jubilee poster. See the full one here.
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Silver Lake's newest street music festival is coming up later this month and the line-up is pretty exciting, especially if you're into our local bands. The top three lines on the poster represent the headliners with supporting acts below -- all will play on the festival's three stages on May 22 and 23. Best of all, entrance to the Silver Lake Jubilee is $5.

Behind the booking is Mitchell Frank of Spaceland Productions, Neil Schield of Origami Vinyl and Kevin Bronson of Buzz Bands. Other acts and participants include Last Comic Standing winner Iliza Shlesinger, Fallen Fruit, the Derby Dolls and Ryan Heffinton's Sweaty Sundays, which is described as "an American Apparel ad come to life."

Previously: Silver Lake is Getting a New 2-Day Music Festival

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