FYF Fest 2012 Returns To L.A. State Historic Park Labor Day Weekend

We called it last week when we assumed Refused would headline FYF Fest 2012. The festival returns to the L.A. Historic State Park with arguably the best lineup yet. Other highlights include a reunited Quicksand as well as Concert Confessions favorites Sleigh Bells, Dinosaur Jr., Baroness, Against Me! and Warpaint. Weekend passes start at $77 and all the additional details you need for this ever-expanding end of summer festival can be found by clicking here.

 2012 FYF Lineup (a/o 06/18/12):

Refused

M83

Beirut

James Blake

Quicksand

Yeasayer

Sleigh Bells

Desaparecidos

Simian Mobile Disco (Live)

American Nightmare

Dinosaur Jr.

Against Me!

Turbonegro

The Growlers

Warpaint

Wild Flag

Hot Snakes

Paul Banks

Twin Shadows

Cursive

Liars

Converge

Black Mountain

Health

Chromatics

Lightning Bolts

The Vaselines

Fucked Up

King Khan and the Shrines

Future Island

The Pains Of Being Pure At Heart

Tycho

Purity Ring

Baroness

Gold Panda

Aesop Rock

Chairlift

Atlas Sound

Givers

Black Dice

Cloud Nothings

Two Gallants

Redd Kross

The Field

AA Bondy

Ceremony

Moon Face

Father John Misty

DJ Harvey

Tiger & Woods

Dam Funk

Wild Nothing

Nick Waterhouse

The Men

The Soft Pack

The Allah Las

Nite Jewel

Joyce Manor

White Fence

I Break Horses

John Maus

FIDLAR

Sandro Perri

Doldrums

The Suicide Of Western Culture

DJ Coco (Primavera Sound)

Daughn Gibson

Devin

Papa

White Arrows

Kishi Bashi

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Monday, June 18th, 2012 at 10:40 am.
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