Ready? Riot Fest is just three days away, and if you haven't planned your itinerary yet, now's your chance. We've got the full schedule. While the entire lineup is stupid good, Saturday is the day we're most looking forward to -- The Replacements, Iggy and the Stooges, Superchunk, Rocket From the Crypt, Against Me! Hallelujah, holy shit! Keep reading for map and to see who's playing and when.
Riot Stage 12:15-12:45 - Touche Amore 01:25-01:55 - Chuck Ragan 02:35-03:20 - Best Coast 04:15-05:00 - The Dismemberment Plan 06:10-07:10 - Alkaline Trio 08:20-09:20 - AFI 10:30-11:45 - The Replacements
Roots Stage 12:50-01:20 - Off with Their Heads 02:00-02:30 - This Will Destroy You 03:25-04:10 - Minus the Bear 05:05-06:05 - Guided By Voices 07:15-08:15 - Brand New 09:25-10:25 - Iggy and the Stooges
Rock Stage 12:15-12:45 - Tera Melos 01:15-02:00 - Bosnian Rainbows 02:30-03:15 - The Dear Hunter 03:45-04:45 - Superchunk 05:15-06:15 - Against Me! 06:45-07:45 - Rocket From the Crypt 08:15-09:15 - Airborne Toxic Event
Keep reading for Sunday's schedule
Riot Stage 12:00-12:30 - The Potato Pirates 01:10-01:40 - The Interrupters 02:20-03:05 - Peelander-Z 04:00-04:45 - Naked Raygun 05:55-06:55 - FLAG 08:05-09:05 - Rancid 10:15-11:30 - Blink-182
Roots Stage 12:15-12:45 - Bop Skizzum 01:45-02:15 - Kitten 03:10-04:10 - Stars 05:00-06:00 - Public Enemy 07:00-08:00 - Matt & Kim 09:10-10:10 - AWOLNATION
Rock Stage 12:00-12:30 - New Beat Fund 12:50-01:20 - Kongos 01:45-02:15 - Lydia 02:45-03:35 - Wovenhand 03:55-04:40 - Breathe Carolina 05:00-06:00 - Yo La Tengo 06:30-07:30 - Bad Religion 08:00-09:00 - DeVotchKa
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