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Riot Fest lineup: Fall Out Boy, Blink 182, more

UPDATE: Riot Fest announced late Wednesday that The Replacements will be one of its 2013 headliners. The band reunited late last year after disbanding in 1991.


For its second year as an outdoor music fest (and carnival) in Humboldt Park, Riot Fest has reeled in some major acts to play Humboldt Park at the end of the summer (Sept. 13-15).

Organizers announced the first wave of the 2013 Riot Fest lineup Wednesday night, with Fall Out Boy, Blink 182 and one TBA act headlining. Other highlights--holy crap, there are a lot, though--include Public Enemy, Blondie, Guided by Voices, Brand New, Kitten, The Lawrence Arms, local acts Maps and Atlases and White Mystery, Atmosphere and more.

Full lineup below, with more announcements on the way. Three-day passes went on sale at 10 p.m. Wednesday night for $69.98, then steadily increased to $89.98, $98.98 and now $109.98 here. Follow Riot Fest on Twitter and Facebook for more updates.

Fall Out Boy
Blink 182
Violent Femmes
Sublime with Rome
Public Enemy
Brand New
Guided By Voices
All Time Low
Pierce the Veil
Taking Back Sunday
Rocked from the Crypt
Bad Religion
The Dismemberment Plan
Dinosaur Jr.
Screeching Weasel
The Broadways
Against Me!
Bob Mould
The Lillingtons
Best Coast
The Lawrence Arms
Say Anything
Bad Brains
The Selecter
Bad Books
Mission of Burma
The Devil Wears Prada
Saves the Day
Toots and the Maytals
Peter Hook (Joy Division Set)
Smoking Popes
Reggies and the Full Effect
Attack Attack!
The Dear Hunter
Maps and Atlases
Surfer Blood
Chuck Ragan
Saul Williams
Touche Amore
Masked Intruder
Deal's Gone Bad
Twin Peaks
Flatfood 56
White Mystery
Environmental Encroachment
No D'Bags Allowed



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