Harvest of Hope Festival adds more bands to the lineup

Music News | Jan 28th, 2009

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There are new additions to the upcoming Harvest Of Hope Festival, check them out here:

GZA, Kool Keith, Diplo, Deerhunter, Valient Thorr, Yip-Yip, Static Radio (NJ), Summerbirds in the Cellar, the Beauvilles, Division Minuscula (from Mexico!), Kiss Kiss, Tiger City, Good Luck, Paul Baribeau & Ginger Alford, After the Fall, Towers of Hanoi, Spoonboy, Pinkhouses, Religious as F*ck, Worlds, Buttons, So Pastel, the Winslows, Reptile Theatre, Barnaby Jones.

The bands confirmed so far are:

Against Me!, The National, Propagandhi, Devotchka, Tokyo Police Club, Broken Social Scene, Bad Brains, The Virgins, Lucero, Girl Talk, Monotonix, The Bouncing Souls, Murs, HEALTH, King Khan & The Shrines, Paint It Black, None More Black, Less Than Jake, The Night Marchers, John Vanderslice, Strike Anywhere, Deerhunter, Rehasher, The Faint, Kevin Seconds, Ra Ra Riot, The Mae Shi, This Bike Is A Pipe Bomb, Vince P., Dave Dondero, Grand Buffet, Bomb The Music Industry!, Tim Barry (AVAIL), Fake Problems, Holy F*ck, Wild Sweet Orange, Hamell on Trial, The Flatliners, Grabass Charlestons, Ninja Gun, O Pioneers!, Her Space Holiday, Emilyn Bronsky, Whiskey & Co., Underground Railroad to Candyland, Bridge & Tunnel, Hollywood Holt, The Tim Version, Paul Baribeau, Young Livers, Brainworms, E.Y.C., FIYA, Eric Ayotte, The Gadabout Film Fest, Ghost Mice, Virgins (FL), Lauris Vidal, How Dare You, Austin Lucas, Halo Fauna, Josh Small, Cheap Girls, Liza Kate, The Failure s Union, Lymbyc System, Mumpsy, Hometeam, Tubers, Clock Hands Strangle, BLORR, Antarctic, Alligator, The Ones to Blame, Averkiou, Hawks and Doves.

Harvest of Hope is a three day, multiple stage alternative music festival all to benefit and raise awareness for Harvest of Hope (www.harvestofhope.net), a non-profit organization that provides financial, educational, and service oriented aid to migrant farm workers all over the country. The event emphasizes the focus on being family friendly as well as environmentally friendly. The festival will showcase not only a large group of musicians who are donating their time and performances to the cause but also a variety of art shows and films from progressive artists from around the country, non-profits, local businesses and progressive organizations. Most importantly, the festival will be focused on raising funds and awareness for the Harvest of Hope foundation.