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Lake Worth-It 2010 Posts Stage Schedule for Saturday

The first Lake Worth-It Festival is finally upon us this Saturday. Subtle (and not so subtle) changes to the lineup have occurred, but what we have here is a meaty sampling of local acts. Speaking of a feast, Courtney Hambright strolled Bryant Park with organizer Cecil Lunsford and spoke to headliner John Ralston and several others who may or may not have impressive beards working hard behind the scenes to maximize the impact of the  event. Read the results of her expert reporting here.

Also, a schedule has emerged! Things get started at Bryant park at 11 a.m. and keep going throughout the day and well into into the evening. And advance tickets for the fest start at $10 when purchased from a member of a band. Check out the set times after the jump.

We already put out a heads-up about the numerous afterparties happening at Havana Hideout, South Shores Tavern, Little Munich, Propaganda, Kava Sutra, and Brogues. Each is free with a paid Lake Worth-It admission.

Lake Worth-It Festival 2010, with John Ralston & Invisible Music,

Black Weather Shaman, Black Finger, the Jameses, Guy Harvey, Jesse

Baumann, the Dewars, Everymen, Kill Now?!, Sweet Bronco, Yellow #6,

Bladesong, the People Upstairs, Angry Pudding, Grey and Orange, Leading

the Heroes, the Ridicules, Blond Fuzz, the Hard Richards, and Wayside

Flyer. 10 a.m. Saturday, August 7, at Bryant Park, Golfview Road and

Lake Avenue, Lake Worth. Tickets cost $10 in advance, $20 at the door. Click here.

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