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2nd annual Houston Whatever Fest features locals Second Lovers, Brand New Hearts, Bang Bangz, We Were Wolves, and many national acts

November 18th, 2015 · No Comments

Houston Whatever Fest is this weekend (November 21-22) in and around Warehouse Live. There will be more than 90 music and comedy acts performing on five stages, and also artists, vendors, and food trucks. Passes are available online at www.houstonwhateverfest.com.

HWF, now in its second year, is great about supporting local music, and this year’s event promises some great ones. Check out the daily line-up of acts below.

Saturday, 11.21.15

Ghostland Observatory, GWAR, Lil Flip, The Atari’s, The Front Bottoms, Born of Osiris, B L A C K I E, Fat Tony, Battlecross, Family of the Year, Def Perception, Ape Drums, Quintron & Miss Pussycat, Vockah Redu, The Smith Street Band, Auto Fellatio Dreams, DJ Damon Allen, DJ Lacey Youngblood, DJ Fredster, Gio Chamba, We Were Wolves, Night Drive, Guilla, Satellite D’Homme, Second Lovers, MNYNMS

T.J. Miller, Doug Benson/Doug Loves Movies, Ian Abramson, Caleb Synan, Chris Cubas, Billy D. Washington, The Underwear Show, Chris Trew, Mathew Broussard, Andy Huggins, Dusti Rhodes, Andrew Youngblood, Dale Cheesman, Warren Wright, Stephen Brandau, Albert Deleon, Joe Bates, Nia De Bose, Bob Morissey, Justin Blandford, Zach Dickson, Kristen Lindner, Scotty Peterson, Zach Eaton

Sunday, 11.22.15

Metric, Saint Motel, Heartless Bastards, GZA, Grupo Fantasma, Shock G, Knox Hamilton, Elvis Depressedly, Kaleo, Catch Fever, To Whom It May, The Suspects, Black Kite, birdmagic, Dead To The World, Say Girl Say, The Dead Rabbits, Seldom, Brand New Hearts, Waterparks, Bang Bangz, K Dot, Sunrise And Ammunition

Brooks Wheelan, Ari Shaffir, 7 Minutes In Purgatory, Randy Liedtke, Dan St. Germain, Joe Pettis, Air Sex Show, Chase Durousseau, Bob Biggerstaff, Gabe Bravo, John Nguyen, Ku Egenti, Ashton Womack, Nick Meriwether, Brian Zeiolla, Victor Tran, Reed Becker, Chet Ranger, Zahid Dewji, Barry Laminack, Greg Deal, Rich Williams, Russel Simek

Single day passes are $45, and passes for both days are $65. There are also “Big Shot” and “Baller” VIP passes available. Get your passes to Houston Whatever Fest here.

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