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Originally published Wednesday, June 1, 2011 at 12:16 AM

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Bumbershoot 2011 music lineup announced

A list of the musical acts booked at Bumbershoot 2011 to date. Some of the headliners of Seattle's Labor Day weekend music and arts festival: Ray LaMontagne and the Pariah Dogs; Minus the Bear; Mavis Staples; Shabazz Palaces; Champagne Champagne; Campfire OK; Wiz Khalifa; Broken Social Scene; Macklemore & Ryan Lewis; The Kills; Carbon Leaf; Das Racist; The Lonely Forest; Mad Rad; Daryl Hall & John Oates; The Reverend Horton Heat; Fitz and The Tantrums; Urge Overkill; Vendetta Red.

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Bumbershoot

Sept. 3-5, Seattle Center; $35-$475, seniors/ADA $29 at the door, free for children 10 and under (www.bumbershoot.org).
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Bumbershoot's 2011 lineup ranges from hot hip-hoppers such as Wiz Khalifa to vintage hit machines like Hall & Oates, with a liberal sprinkling of popular local acts — Macklemore, The Lonely Forest and Minus the Bear among them.

The day-by-day music schedule for the Labor Day weekend music and arts festival is being announced today by producer One Reel, though more names may yet be released.

One Reel has simplified its pricing this year: Through Sept. 2, single-day tickets are $35. Three-day passes are available for a discounted price of $75 while supplies last but will eventually rise to $90. Children 10 and under are admitted free. All tickets gain access to headline shows and the rest of the festival on a first-come, first-served basis.

Several premium passes are also available; see www.bumbershoot.org for details.

Starting Sept. 3, prices go up to $45 for a single day. Senior/ADA discounts ($29) will be available at the gates. The festival runs from Sept. 3-5 at Seattle Center.

Here's the lineup so far. (Note: The Presidents of the United States of America and Brite Futures are also confirmed, but dates for those two acts are to be announced.)

Sept. 3

Ray LaMontagne and the Pariah Dogs

Minus the Bear

Mavis Staples

Little Dragon

Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue

STRFKR

Shabazz Palaces

Warpaint

Vusi Mahlasela

MarchFourth Marching Band

Eyehategod

Nortec Collective Presents: Bostich + Fussible

Väsen

Champagne Champagne

Astronautalis

PS I Love You

Yuni in Taxco

Campfire OK

Meklit Hadero

Craft Spells

Caleb Klauder Country Band

Valient Thorr

Jayme Stone: Room of Wonders

Pickwick

Red Fang

Scribes

Wagons

Shelby Earl

Free the Robots

Witchburn

Nice Nice

Kris Orlowski & The Passenger String Quartet

Emancipator

Tomten

Pezzner

Lawnchair Generals

The Great Mundane

Natasha Kmeto

DJ Nordic Soul

Sept. 4

Wiz Khalifa

Broken Social Scene

Macklemore & Ryan Lewis

The Kills

Butthole Surfers

Carbon Leaf

Leon Russell

Toro Y Moi

Anti-Flag

Das Racist

The Lonely Forest

Vetiver

Jessica Lea Mayfield

Dam-Funk

NoMeansNo

Atari Teenage Riot

Tennis

Thee Oh Sees

Mad Rad

The Jim Jones Revue

School of Seven Bells

Joe Pug and the Hundred Mile Band

Davila 666

AgesandAges

Wayne Horvitz Café Paloma Band

Kore Ionz

Sol

Whalebones

Allen Stone

Massy Ferguson

Tycho

Thomas Marriott's Human Spirit

Kaylee Cole

Com Truise

HTRK

Lusine

Gail Pettis Quartet

Kasey Anderson and The Honkies

Shigeto

The Sight Below

DJ Justin Timbreline

Sept. 5

Daryl Hall & John Oates

The Reverend Horton Heat

Fitz and The Tantrums

Over the Rhine

Phantogram

Grant Lee Buffalo

Urge Overkill

Charles Bradley

Vendetta Red

Sharon Van Etten

Dennis Coffey

Head Like a Kite

YACHT

Greensky Bluegrass

Quadron

Ian Moore and the Lossy Coils

Grand Hallway

You Am I

Sallie Ford & The Sound Outside

My Goodness

LAKE

Beat Connection

Purity Ring

Truckasaurus

Ravenna Woods

Curtains For You

Lemolo

SPLATINUM

Legendary Oaks

Mash Hall

The Horde and The Harem

214

WD4D

Ill Cosby

DJ Introcut

Visual arts shows, comedy acts, theater and dance performances, spectacles, film events and more will be announced later this month.

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