CBGB schedule set (careful of that acronym ...)

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The complete schedule of the Chicago Bluegrass and Blues Festival which they’re abbreviating as CBGB, ahem has been announced for this Saturday. There’s also a “costumed marching band” that will be “parading throughout the venue at impromptu times.” Yeehaw!

Here’s the lowdown:

Full schedule is also here.


12:30-1:15pm – Donnie Biggins

1:15-1:30 – Tangleweed

1:30-2:15 – Dollar Store

2:15-2:45 – Tangleweed/Second Citys Cell Camp(sketch comedy)

2:45-3:30 – Billy Childers

3:30-4:00 – Tangleweed/Second Citys Cell Camp

4:00-4:45 – Lil Ed & the Blues Imperials

4:45-5:15 – Tangleweed/Second Citys Cell Camp

5:15-6:15 – Majors Junction

6:15-6:45 – Tangleweed/Second Citys Cell Camp

6:45-7:45 – Ha Ha Tonka

7:45-8:15 – The Giving Tree Band

8:15-9:45 – David Grisman Quintet

9:45-10:15 – The Giving Tree Band

10:15-The End (dont ask why we have to say it that way) – The Avett Brothers

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Noon-12:45 – Blue Room Hero

1:00-1:45 – Cobalt & the Hired Guns

2:00-2:45 – Lindsey OBrien Band & Friends

3:00-3:45 – Mike Mangione

4:00-4:45 – Jessica Lee

5:00-5:45 – How Far to Austin

6:00-6:45 – Blue Mother Tupelo

7:00-7:45 – Blackdog

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