Sweetlife Festival schedule released

Avicii, Kid Cudi to close out Merriweather

  • Sweetlife Festival 2012 schedule
Sweetlife Festival 2012 schedule
April 26, 2012|By Erik Maza | The Baltimore Sun

Avicii, Kid Cudi, and the Shins are the last three acts of the Sweetlife Festival on Saturday, with the the DJ and Cudi getting Merriweather all to themselves for the last two hours of the night.

They will play after 22 other acts, including Zola Jesus, Fun., and Twin Shadow, have performed at three different stages throughout the day at the one-day event, according to the just-released official schedule. 

Kicking off the one-day festival at noon Saturday is a solo set on the secondary, 'Treehouse, stage by Cut Copy bassist Ben Browning. He'll be followed by Action Bronson, who'll finish up just as Fun. get on as the main stage's first act. Brooklyn's Seasick Mama kicks off the third, 'DJ Lounge' stage at 2 p.m., followed by seven acts, including the stage's headliner, New York DJs the Knocks at 6:10 p.m.

On Monday, expect a review and loads of photos. Here's our interview with Fun.

Here's the schedule:

Main Stage:

12:30 pm Fun.

1:45 pm ASAP Rocky

3 pm Fitz and the Tantrums

4:30 pm Explosions in the Sky

5:50 pm The Shins

7:20 pm Kid Cudi

9 pm - 10:30 pm Avicii

 

Treehouse Stage:

12 pm Ben Browning

12:25 pm Action Bronson

12:55 pm Haim

1:30 pm Yuna

2:10 pm LP

2:50 pm The Knocks

3:35 pm US Royalty

4:20 pm Rac

5:05 pm Delta Spirit

5:50 pm Zola Jesus

6:35 pm Twin Shadow

 

9:32 DJ Lounge:

2 pm Seasick Mama

2:45 pm DJ Sean Glass

3:25 pm DJ Grass

4:05 pm DJ Grant Shapiro

4:45 pm Chris Stracey

5:25 pm DJ Mia Moretti

6:10 pm The Knocks

From last year: our review, and video interviews with some of the performers:

Ra Ra Riot on touring, mainstream festivals, and carbon foot prints

Theophilus London on his performance, his new album, and hats

U.S. Royalty on kicking-off Sweetlife, their career, and their fans

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