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Suburbia Music Festival leaks schedule of bands for two-day event

Suburbia Music Festival leaks schedule of bands for two-day event

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Alabama Shakes headlines the first day of the inaugural Suburbia Music Festival. Alabama Shakes/Facebook
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Tegan and Sara are among the big-name bands playing on the second day of the Suburbia Music Festival. Photo courtesy of Tegan and Sara
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Anybody trying to make their plan of attack for the inaugural Suburbia Music Festival at Oak Point Park and Nature Preserve in Plano can take one step forward: The festival has announced the lineups for both days and the on-sale date for single-day tickets.

As expected, organizers spread out the big-name acts between both days to entice people to come for the entire festival.

On Saturday, May 3, performing bands include Alabama Shakes, Violent Femmes, Third Eye Blind, The Dandy Warhols and at least 19 others.

On Sunday, May 4, the lineup includes David Guetta, J. Cole, and Tegan and Sara, plus at least 20 more acts.

They're also splitting the local talent between both days: Midlake, A.Dd+ and The O's perform on Saturday, while Hayes Carll, Ishi and Larry G(ee) appear on Sunday. The full daily band lists can be found on the Suburbia Music Festival website.

The exact showtimes have not yet been revealed. But those who want to attend can now make an informed decision when it comes to buying single-day tickets. Those go on sale at noon on Friday, March 6, and run $59.50 per day.

If you're in for the full experience, though, you can buy two-day tickets right now for $99.50 or $279.50 for VIP.