Music Festivals

Set Times for Sweatstock 2012

See Crossfade's Sweatstock 2012 miniguide to rocking out, buying records, and getting weird -- plus our interview with Sweat Records' Lolo, Jsin, and Emile about Record Store Day.



Protect your ears and armpits.



In less than 69 hours, the scene at Sweat Records and Churchill's Pub will become a loud and sticky orgy of local tuneage junkies, perspiration-inducing music, and limited-edition vinyl, all in honor of Record Store Day as well as the Little Haiti record shop's seventh anniversary and that beloved Miami holiday known as Sweatstock.



There will be 27 bands, a Soundbomb Bus, six food trucks, 1000 BFFs, and an almost endless supply of actual, real-deal, non-digital music on acetate, CD, and even audiotape. So yeah, bring some earplugs, plenty of pocket change, and a fresh can of Dr. Mist.



Check the cut for Sweatstock 2012's set times.


Sweatstock 2012 Set Times



Main Stage

2 p.m. Jesse Jackson

3 p.m. Arboles Libres

4 p.m. Ark IX

5 p.m. The State Of

6 p.m. Ketchy Shuby

7 p.m. Plains

8 p.m. Deaf Poets

9 p.m. Krisp

10 p.m. Afrobeta



Beached Miami Stage

Inside Churchill's Pub

5 p.m. Palette Town

6 p.m. Kazoots

7 p.m. Haochi Waves

8 p.m. Severe Disappointments

9 p.m. Pool Party

10 p.m. Jellyfish Brothers

11 p.m. Weird Wives

Midnight Axe and the Oak

1:15 a.m. Shroud Eater



Roofless Records Stage

On Churchill's Pub patio

6 p.m. Toad Eyes

6:45 p.m. No Children

7:30 p.m. The President

8:15 p.m. Devalued

9 p.m. Dyslexic Postcards

9:45 p.m. Dim Past

10:30 p.m. Adames

11:15 p.m. Diamond Hymen

Midnight Vico

12:45 a.m. Container


Sweatstock 2012. Saturday, April 21. Sweat Records, 5505 NE Second Ave., Miami, and Churchill's Pub, 5501 NE Second Ave., Miami. The show starts at 2 p.m. and it's free. Visit sweatrecordsmiami.com/sweatstock2012.




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