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Lineup Announced for FemmeFest, Friday at Tobacco Road and Saturday at Murphy's

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The Lilith Fair has officially announced 18 dates for 2010, none of which include South Florida. But for the last three years, we've had our own all-women's music fest. FemmeFest has hosted xx-staples like Zombies! Organize!!, Astari Nite, and The State Of in the past. This year the two-day fest will include over 25 bands. The event starts this Friday, November 6 at Tobacco Road, and Murphy's in Boca will play host on Saturday, November 7. Each show is $10.

Full lineup and time slots after the jump.

Friday:

Parking Lot Stage
7 p.m. The Bailouts
10:30 p.m. C of W
11:30 p.m. BitchFire
12:30 a.m. Aria Kamikaze
1:30 a.m. Telekinetic Walrus & the Pride of Lions

Patio Stage
10 p.m. Lu White Combo
11 p.m. Crimson Juliet 
Midnight: The Shutter
1 a.m. Maria Marocka

Cabaret Stage
8 p.m. Southern Star
9 p.m. Pretty On Paper
10 p.m. For The Record
11 p.m. Jill Hartmann 
Midnight: Nakedown
1 a.m. Sol
1:35 a.m. Omine
2:15 a.m. Lady Go Gettaz

Saturday:

Stage 1
9 p.m. Loud Angel
10 p.m. Stefenie Smerkers Band
11 p.m. Daysleeper 
Midnight: Chloe Dolandis
1 a.m. Rochelle Fredricks & Rene Fiallos

Stage 2
9 p.m. Pockets Of Lollipops
10 p.m. Jen Mack
11:30 p.m. Sick Assembled
12:30 a.m. No Line
1:30 a.m. Oblivious Signal

Stage 3
9:30 p.m. Crimson Juliet

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