The Norman Transcript


February 25, 2014

The Bright Light Social Hour will headline Norman Music Festival

NORMAN — Norman Music Festival organizers have announced the lineup for the 2014 event scheduled for April 24-26 in downtown Norman.

“The Festival has lined up some incredible bands, and we can’t wait to share them with the public,” NMF Chair Gene Bertman said.

The psychedelic southern rock of The Bright Light Social Hour will headline on The Main Stage, at Main Street and Porter Avenue, and the layered sounds of Moreland and Arbuckle will be the feature on the Sailor Jerry Stage, at Jones Avenue and Comanche Street.

Other bands scheduled to perform on the Main Stage include Horse Thief, Diarrhea Planet, Caleb McGee and ADDverse Effects.

Other bands that will perform on the Sailor Jerry stage include Terry “Buffalo” Ware and the Shambles, Cutter Elliott, John Moreland and the Tequilla Songbirds.

The Sooner Theatre Stage, 101 E. Main St., will feature top local acts, including Tyson, Feel Spectres and $69 Guitar. 

A full list of bands performing at the 2014 Norman Music Festival will be available in April.

The festival will be hosted in downtown Norman on Main Street in the Arts District, extending from the 300 blocks of East Main Street to the railroad tracks.

NMF’s event team is looking for volunteers to help with many different areas of the festival before, during and after the event.

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