We’re getting closer, Houston. FPSF is coming sooner than you think. Here are a few more reasons to get excited and get your passes if you haven’t already. This festival is going to sell out. Don’t miss it.
FPSF 2013 Lineup Additions – WOO!
Free Press Summer Festival 2013 is pleased to announce additions to its already impressive musical lineup. Alongside national acts such as Iggy and The Stooges, The Postal Service, BASSNECTAR, and Passion Pit, FPSF attendees can also experience the sights and sounds of such musical talent as Houston’s own Paul Wall, noise rock band A Place To Bury Strangers, the ever impressive Kashmere Stage Band, and indie rockers Kopecky Family Band.
FPSF continues to be one of the most affordable music festivals in the country; providing patrons with multiple opportunities to grab tickets at record-low costs. Get your tickets now to ensure that you not only save big but that you don’t miss out on one of the hottest, literally and metaphorically, events of the year.
Official FPSF 2013 Lineup Additions:
Action Bronson * A Place To Bury Strangers * Paul Wall * Wheeler Brothers *Kashmere Stage Band *Buxton *John Michael Rouchell *Kopecky Family Band *La Catrin & The Dem Damn Dames
*Doughbeezy *Chase Hamblin & The Roustabouts *DISCO DADDIES *dUNETX *The Suffers *G.Wizz * Emily Bell * Omotai * Born Again Virgins * Brandon West and the Black Hats * Free Rads 2nd Line
To purchase your passes, please visit: http://www.fpsf.com
FPSF and St. Arnold Brewing Company are pleased to announce a special beer crafted just for Free Press Summer Festival 2013 – ‘White Noise.’
The lovely folks over at St. Arnold – Houston’s premiere craft brewery – have created an intensely flavorful twist on a classic Belgian White Ale as a refreshing complement to a hot, summer’s day enjoying good music with good friends. ‘White Noise’ is the liquid equivalent of sunshine in a glass, unfiltered and bursting with the fragrant blend of orange peel and coriander. Beer really doesn’t get any better than this and FPSF is proud to have ‘White Noise’ available at the festival.
‘White Noise’ will be made available locally and to the public in very limited quantities. But, don’t fret if you can’t get your hands on it! Houstonians and FPSF attendees will have the opportunity to partake of this divine concoction not only during the weekend of FPSF, but will also get the chance to imbibe this local treat at the upcoming FPSF 2013 Art Show – an event to help kick off our fifth year of music and fun times to Eleanor Tinsley Park.
‘White Noise’ is more than just a beer – it’s the product of a passionate collaboration between people who love tasty beer, great music, and the city we call home – Houston.
This is a drink you do not want to miss. ‘White Noise’ is coming to rescue your tired taste buds very soon.
In case you weren’t already convinced that FPSF 2013 was an event worth attending, maybe this short video will change your mind.