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City Stages unveils online schedule, new acts

05.12.2009 by AndrĂ© Natta · → 5 Comments

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We haven’t done much digging through City Stages‘ new online calendar – yet – but considering that they’re using sched.org to maintain it, it is bound to be a useful tool for folks planning to attend this year’s edition of the music festival held in Birmingham’s city center. You’ll be able to send the schedule to your phone, subscribe to a calendar ICS feed and even merge schedules so you know where your friends are headed.

They’ve also added a new act to the lineup – local favorite Wild Sweet Orange will now be gracing The Discovery Stage on Friday evening, June 19 starting at 9 p.m., serving at the opening act for Plain White T’s. There’s no mention of the headliner’s appearance on their site, but it wouldn’t be a surprise either…

Jane’s Addiction is not included in the listings, nor is their performance listed on their upcoming tour dates. There is word though that Perry Farrell injured (actually tore) his calf muscle Sunday while performing in Atlanta’s Lakewood Amphitheatre. He’s still planning on performing tonight in Austin, TX.

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Chris
Chris

Jane's is definitely not playing although they put on a great show last week in the OC while I was there. I saw that they have been replaced by Skynyrd....please! The calendar looks like it is still not updated. I did see that an Atlanta band called Flat Cat that I saw at the Nick last year has been added to the linup. They were really good that night I saw them and was the only band that got any crowd response that night. I'll be there to see how they do in the daylight when they are sober.....

griffphoto
griffphoto

I saw them Sunday in Atlanta and if Perry hurt his calf during the first song, he never showed it. I'd like to see what other shows got dropped.

callie
callie

I seriously doubt that Jane's would cancel because of an injury on Sunday, yet perform tonight. Someone with time, get to the bottom of this! : (

Matt
Matt

Roman Candle is new to the list, too... and I think Vulture Whale is a new addition.

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