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Posted at 10:29 AM ET, 02/28/2011

Local news: The Strokes to headline second annual Sweetlife Festival

By Chris Richards

The StrokeThe Strokes are coming to Merriweather on April 30 for the second annual Sweetlife Festival. (Photo courtesy the artist.)

Last year, it was held in a Dupont Circle parking lot. This year it'll take place at Merriweather Post Pavillion.

The second annual Sweetlife Festival, sponsored by local health-food restaurant sweetgreen, will be headlined by the Strokes on April 30. Concert organizers say between five and ten other acts will be announced over the course of the week. Tickets aren't on sale yet, but you can sign-up for a pre-sale alert right here.

By Chris Richards  | February 28, 2011; 10:29 AM ET
Categories:  Local news  | Tags:  Sweetflife Festival, The Strokes  
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Oh, great - now the intermediary ticket mongers are going to exact a pound of flesh for each ticket sold.

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