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Metronome Celebration announces acts, June 6 & 7

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The Metronome Celebration, one of the city's hipper street fairs and an event that benefits the Logan Square Neighborhood Coalition, will take place on June 6-7 at 2000 N. Milwaukee, near Western and Armitage.

The performers for Saturday, June 6, include:

Rock Stage (Empty Bottle Presents): John Vanderslice, Here We Go Magic, Apostle of Hustle, Kid Congo Powers, Rock Plaza Central and Turbo Fruits.

Electronic Stage: Future Rock, Eliot Lipp, Zebo, Willy Joy, Papa G and Kid Color.

On Sunday, June 7, the music includes:

Punk Stage (MP Productions): Deals Gone Bad, the Methadones, the Effigies, the Del Moroccos and Prizzy Prizzy Please.

Folk Stage: Justin Townes Earle, Ezra Furman & the Harpoons, the Giving Tree Band, the Right Now, Majors Junction and Jaik Willis.

Admission is $5 and the fest runs from Noon to 10 p.m. both days. For more information, visit

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