Friday, April 19, 2013

Here's the Schedule for Exile on Congress Street Tomorrow

Posted By on Fri, Apr 19, 2013 at 12:00 PM

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It's a little weird today to think about anything other than obsessively following the news waiting for something to happen in Boston (although it's possible something will have happened by the time you read this, so nevermind), but tomorrow is Exile on Congress Street, which is going to be a great night of music on five stages on the east end of Downtown (Playground, Club Congress, Rialto). You really should go. If you pay $12 and see just Dinosaur Jr. (11:45 pm at Rialto) or Polica (10:30, inside at Congress), you'll get your money's worth, plus there's great stuff happening all night. The outdoor stage at Congress has a particularly solid lineup, between Yardsale Heart and Chicha Dust. Seriously, go tomorrow night. Tickets are still available online and you can get them at the door.

Here's the schedule, which might change, you never know:

RIALTO (STONER STAGE)
11:45 Dinosaur Jr
10:30 The Shrine
9:30 Hairsprayfireandgirls
8:30 The Monitors
7:45 Dream Sick

Congress Indoor (ROCK STAGE):
11:30 DJ Sets
10:30 Polica
9:30 Night Moves
8:00 Blind Divine

Congress Outdoor (ROCA STAGE):
11:15 Chica Dust
10:15 Carlos Arzate and the Kind Souls
9:00 Yardsale Heart
8:00 Dirtyverbs/Verbobala
(Dirtyverbs fills in between sets and after)

Playground roofdeck (ROLLING STAGE):
8:00 KRQ Silent Disco (DJs TBD)

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