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Thursday, April 5, 2012

Friday Live! at the Factory announces 2012 schedule

Posted By on Thu, Apr 5, 2012 at 4:50 PM

Friday Live! at the Factory announced its 2012 schedule today which features national and local artists.

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The event, which takes place each Friday in the Fountain Plaza of the N.C. Music Factory, kicks off on April 29 with the "toe-suckin' geek rock" of Southern Culture on the Skids and Charlotte surf rock group The Aqualads.

The schedule includes some of the bands as last year - Cowboy Mouth, Vertical Horizon, Tonic and Ed Kowalczyk of Live - and a few of local bands are also on the schedule including the Hot Gates, Chris Cook and Simplified.

Advance tickets are $5 and available online here. Tickets at the show are $10. A 10-concert "super pass" is available for $35. Each ticket also includes admission to Bask, Butter, Osso, The Saloon, Wet Willies, Small Bar, Matties Diner, Halo and VBGB Beer Hall and Garden.

Each rain-or-shine concert will start at 6 p.m. and end by 10 p.m. A portion of the proceeds of each concert will benefit the "Back to Life Foundation."

Here's the complete schedule:

April 27 - Southern Culture on the Skids, The Aqualads
May 4 - TBA
May 11 - Lit, 1000 Horses
May 18 - Cowboy Mouth
May 25 - The Connells
June 1 - Soul Asylum, Simplified
June 8 - Los Lonely Boys, Chris Cook
June 15 - Vertical Horizon
June 22 - Tonic, The Hot Gates
June 29 - Ed Kowalczyk of Live

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