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Coral Skies Music Festival 2014 Lineup: Cage the Elephant, the Hold Steady, and Others

"All day music. Two stages. Food Trucktopia. Craft Beer. Garden of Art."

That's what the Coral Skies Music Festival promises to bring to West Palm Beach when it takes over the Cruzan Amphitheatre October 26, and Tampa's MidFlorida Credit Union Amphitheater the day before.

Over a dozen indie bands will bring their rockin' tunes to the Amp, including the indie pop rock of Cage the Elephant, former Strokes singer Julian Casablancas with his new band the Voidz, the Hold Steady, and a slew of others.

Coral Skies Music Festival 2014 Line Up

  • Cage the Elephant
  • Julian Casablancas & the Voidz
  • City And Colour
  • Bombay Bicycle Club
  • Bleachers
  • Tokyo Police Club
  • The Hold Steady
  • Wild Cub
  • Junior Prom
  • Benjamin Booker
  • Good Graeff

In addition to the music, which, in case you were wondering, yes, there will be an autograph tent where you'll get to meet the bands, Coral Skies will serve up some tasty brewskies from Shipyard Brewing Co., Goose Island, Dogfish Head, and other craft beers, as well as loads and loads of food trucks.

As for the art, it's "at the heart of everything the Coral Skies Music Festival brings to the

experience," so expect to see an eclectic mix of art work from local artistic masterminds.

With live up-and-coming indie acts, a "Food Trucktopia," and a "garden of art," Coral Skies sounds just like last year's Coastline Festival. But who knows what it'll really be like? You'll just have to wait till October and find out for yourself.

Until then, we'll be dreaming of Coral Skies.

Coral Skies Music Festival. Sunday, October 26. Cruzan Amphitheatre, 601-7 Sansburys Way, West Palm Beach. Early bird tickets go on sale Monday, July 14 through Thursday, July 17 and cost $20 plus fees via General admission tickets go on sale Friday, July 18 and cost $30 to $150 plus fees via Call 561-795-8883 or visit

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Laurie Charles
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