Nas, Weezer, Damian Marley, Flaming Lips and Rise Against Among Acts Confirmed for SunFest 2010 April 28 - May 2

West Palm Beach hasn't had this much musical excitement since Ozzy Osbourne rolled through town. An impressive crop of national acts are set to play the 28th installment of SunFest, which takes place April 28 - May 2 in downtown West Palm Beach along Florida's Intracoastal Waterway,

extending along Flagler Drive from Banyan Boulevard to Lakeview Avenue.

On to the goodies: this lineup is stacked. Although billed separately, Nas and Damian Marley will surely team up to play songs from their upcoming Distant Relatives collaboration. Weezer, the Flaming Lips and Rise Against are there to draw the youth. Best of the rest, easily the B-52's, Patti LaBelle and ZZ Top.

Also, SunFest is calling for submissions for their opening night, dubbed New Music Night, featuring Weezer:

Please suggest bands or artists that we may not

have heard of, that might not be signed to a major label (or any label at all),

but that you love hearing on your .mp3 player and that you think have the right

sound for SunFest.   (We aren't looking for suggestions like U2, The

Killers or Pearl Jam - we are

looking for is an artist or band that is beginning their rise to success.)

New Times suggests Justin Bieber! If he's too busy, up the blog quotient with acts like Vampire Weekend, Kid Cudi, Yeasayer, or Joanna Newsom.

Click through to peep the full line-up, schedule and ticket information.

SunFest 2010 Schedule

Wednesday, April 28

Thursday, April 29
ZZ Top
The Flaming Lips

Friday, April 30
Maze featuring Frankie Beverly
Patti LaBelle

Saturday, May 1
Sister Hazel
Better Than Ezra
Classic Albums Live
The Charlie Daniels Band

Sunday, May 2
Damian Marley
Five For Fighting
Marcus Miller
The B-52's
Ben Harper
Flogging Molly

Through March 31, get a five-day pass for $54. Tickets for SunFest 2010 are on sale now right here, at the SunFest store located at 525 Clematis Street in downtown West Palm Beach, and by calling 1-800-SUNFEST.