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Beck, Incubus, Moon Taxi and More Announced on In Bloom Festival Line Up

In Bloom Music Festival, reborn from the annual Free Press Summer Festival has announced its 2018 lineup, including headliners Beck, Queens of the Stone Age, Incubus and Martin Garrix. 

The festival will feature more than 50 bands on their stacked line up at Eleanor Tinsley Park in downtown Houston, TX, March 24-25. 

We couldn't help ourselves and put together a little list of just some of the bands we can't wait to see!


Three decades, three No. 1s on Billboard's Alternative charts, Beck seems like an easy choice to have as a headliner for a festival. With his latest hit  "Up All Night," Beck's name is now added to a list of only six acts who've reached No. 1 on Alternative Songs chart in at least three decades. 

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Moon Taxi

The long-awaited new album from Moon Taxi is almost here! Let The Record Play hits stores on January 19th but if you still can't wait, the band released another track off the upcoming LP last week.

Described by  Moon Taxi keyboardist Wes Bailey as a "song about empowerment," Good as Gold is a track that will stick with you. “It’s about reaching that moment, that place where all your hard work pays off. It’s no coincidence that we wrote it as the Nashville Predators were fighting for the Stanley Cup last season. Team colors inspired the lyric for sure.”


Broken Social Scene

Releasing their first record in seven years, Forgiveness Rock Record, it's been a while since we've heard the name "Broken Social Scene" but we're so happy they're back. Taking part in Spotify's ongoing singles series, the band offered fans their own rendition of Tom Waits' "I Don't Wanna Grow Up" as well as their Hug of Thunder song “Skyline.”


General admission and VIP tickets are available now, with children under eight admitted free with a ticketed adult. 

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