Super Bowl music lineup announced for Georgia Street

December 21, 2011
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A mix of local and national acts will be sharing the stages in the free Super Bowl Village on Georgia Street, according to an announcement today.

Here's who's on the bill so far (more to be announced) between Jan. 27-Feb.5:

  • Big Head Todd and the Monsters
  • Bret Michaels
  • Corey Cox
  • Darius Rucker
  • Dierks Bentley
  • Edwin McCain
  • En Vogue
  • Fitz & the Tantrums
  • Fuel
  • Here Come The Mummies
  • IU's Straight No Chaser
  • LMFAO
  • Morris Day and the Time
  • O.A.R
  • Patti LaBelle
  • Railroad Earth
  • Sixpence None the Richer
  • Umphrey's McGee
  • Will Hoge 
  • Bashiri Asad
  • Blackberry Jam \
  • Born Again Floozies
  • Carson Diesing
  • Cynthia Layne
  • DJ Limelight
  • DJ Rusty
  • Gentleman Alphonse
  • Greta Speaks
  • Healing Sixes
  • Hero, Jr.
  • Hunter Smith Band
  • Indy's Legends of Doo Wop
  • Jenny DeVoe
  • John Spencer
  • Living Proof
  • Lynda Sayyah
  • Max Allen Band
  • Otis Gibbs
  • Red Wanting Blue
  • Roxie
  • Stereo Deluxe
  • The Last Good Year
  • The Meatball Band
  • Twin Cats 

Find anything exciting in the mix? Do you plan on visiting the Village?

Your thoughts?

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  • Bad venue choice.
    I still can't see how putting "concerts" on Georgia St. doesn't cause problems with folks wanting to attend Mass at St. John's. Capitol needs to be at least 50% open, and Georgia between Capitol and Illinois needs to be open , at least westbound (both directions would be better) to provide access to the Church. Also of concern is having loud rock and roll, country, or whatever secular music blasting away right outside the Church during Mass times. Is there some way to get this fixed?
    • How dare we inconvenience someone…
      Stay at home!
      • Venue
        Unfortunately, these venues are on a public space and therefore, the city can what they want.

        You wouldn't want a 'skimpy clothing only' policy in front of the hooters down the street, would you? I'm sure hooters would... But we can't or shouldnt change the rules for hooters or churches.

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