Nearly A Billion More Bands.
Okay, not exactly a billion explosive acts, but so many that we've lost count. Let's start with the addition of Zola Jesus, Saturday July 3. An opera-trained singer with bruising vocals set against lo-fi instrumentals-you're just going to have to hear her to believe her. Then, put on your dancing pants for the blues/rock folk/pop of Chicago's own Califone, Sunday July 4.

What's this? A third stage?
As if the previous 30-some bands weren't enough, we're going to go ahead and blast your socks off with an additional stage full to brimming with supercharged DJs and high performance hip-hop acts. We shall spin until we can spin no more.From the top:

Saturday, July 3
Flatform
Tripp Marxx
Adapt
Mustafa Avdic
El Guante
Tim Grimes
W.A.S.T.E.L.A.N.D.S.
St. Paul Slim
Oz and Dave Leo

Sunday, July 4
Cleo's Apartment
Guerilla Hustle
DJ Diverse
Gadema & Richie Daggers
Kanser
Raj w/ Leeman on percussion
Maxilla Blue
Qwel
Brad Goldman & Mimic

Tickets: Don't put it off any longer.
We have it on good authority that even the worst procrastinators are now beginning to purchase their tickets for 80/35. That means the best procrastinators are next. As we mentioned earlier, we just added a billion new bands. So, you should probably just go to midwestix.com now.

VIP passes $175
Two-day passes $60
One-day passes $35
Buy now at midwestix.com

Be a part of the magic.
80/35 is a great fest put on by great people for other great people. To be part of greatness, sign up here to volunteer. You'll get a free ticket to the fest. You'll meet a lot of fun people. And you'll get a free t-shirt. If that's not magic we don't know what is.

The FINAL 2010 80/35 Lineup!
Saturday, July 3
Spoon
Slightly Stoopid
Yo La Tengo
Particle
Holly Golightly & The Brokeoffs
William Elliott Whitmore
Earl Greyhound
Solid Gold
Zola Jesus
Canby
Cashes Rivers
Psalm One
Omega Dog
Modern Day Satire
Flatform
Tripp Marxx
St. Paul Slim
Oz and Dave Leo
Adapt
Mustafa Avdic
El Guante
Tim Grimes
W.A.S.T.E.L.A.N.D.S. 

Sunday, July 4
Modest Mouse
Railroad Earth
The Cool Kids
The Walkmen
The Heavy
Dar Williams
Avi Buffalo
Evangelicals
Sara Watkins
Dawes
Califone
Family Groove Company
Christopher the Conquered
The Workshy
Maxilla Blue
Qwel
Brad Goldman & Mimic
Cleo's Apartment
Guerilla Hustle
DJ Diverse
Gadema & Richie Daggers
Kanser
Raj w/ Leeman on percussion

Buy tickets!!

80/35 is organized by the volunteers of the Greater Des Moines Music Coalition and is made possible by the support of U.S. Cellular, Wellmark Blue Cross Blue Shield, Kum & Go, Olde Main Brewing Co., Meredith Corporation, Mediacom, Prairie Meadows, Avoid the Stork, American Trust, WHO-TV, Dahls Foods, Greater Des Moines Partnership, Jasper Winery, Metro Waste Authority, Soulflower, Saturday Mfg., On Pitch, Sheer Focus, Lava Row, and Young Professionals Connection. The Community Foundation of Greater Des Moines is a founding partner of 80/35.


Learn more about the Greater Des Moines Music Coalition and become a member at desmoinesmc.com.