Sasquatch Tip #17: Remember, This Isn't Your Last Chance To See (Many of) These Bands!

The Sasquatch Festival at the Gorge this weekend is sold-out, but it's gonna be o.k., we promise.
Yep, it's hella sold-out, and has been for quite some time, but that doesn't mean you need to troll Craigslist endlessly or send out desperate pleas on Facebook. You could just sit back and take comfort in the fact that many of the bands on Sasquatch's schedule will be back very soon:

The Hold Steady, Aug. 18, Showbox at the Market. Buy tickets here.

Pavement, Sept. 5, The Paramount. Buy tickets here.

The Heavy, opening for Sharon Jones and the Dap Kings at Showbox at the Market on June 21. Buy tickets here.

New Pornographers, July 31 and Aug. 1, Showbox at the Market. Buy tickets here.

Other Sasquatch acts playing second dates in Seattle include the National (Sept. 11 at Marymoor Park), Vampire Weekend (Aug. 29, Marymoor Theater), Caribou (playing Neumos two days prior to Sasquatch, on Thursday, May 27), and Minus the Bear (at the Showbox on July 17). The xx will also be announcing a fall Seattle date shortly.

Oh, and if you're a fan of Nada Surf, you're definitely in luck: they just announced their show at the Crocodile this Monday, May 31. And, um, is that The Long Winters playing The Croc tonight!?

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