KDHX Announces Midwest Mayhem Lineup, Holds Pledge Drive



KDHX (88.1 FM) has just announced the lineup for this year's Midwest Mayhem festival at the City Museum. This annual event is consistently one of the weirdest and wildest in the city, having been named in the past by RFT Music as the Best Music Festival in the city.

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KDHX is also currently in the middle of its Spring pledge drive. St. Louis' only independent community radio station has been on the radio for 25 years now, thanks to the support of its listeners. From now through April 21, DJs on the station will be asking for your support in between the great tunes and excellent programming. The minimum membership pledge is $10; all members will automatically receive tickets to Midwest Mayhem as well.

Check out this on-the-scene testimonial from a satisfied attendee!:

Midwest Mayhem Fan Interviews (Mark) from Voice Media Group on Vimeo.

Sponsors include: New Belgium Beer, Sailor Jerry Rum, the Riverfront Times, Gravity Strings, Triple Jam Productions, OnDBus Professional Audio, Production Support Services, Photomaton Custom Photo Booths by Ann K. Hubbard, Bonfyre and Trailnet.

Now, here is the full lineup for this year's event:

Big Brother Thunder & the Master Blasters Big Mike Aguirre Bottoms Up Blues Gang Colonel Ford Downstereo Fabulous Foehners Farshid Etniko Funky Butt Brass Band John Chiecsek Melody Den Middle Class Fashion Nappy DJ Needles & G. Wiz Rhythm Section Road Show So Many Dynamos Tef Poe The Thin Dimes The Union Electric Tommy Halloran Trio Zion

For up-to-date info and updates, follow KDHX on Twitter and Facebook, and . Information will also be available at MidwestMayhem.org.

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