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Two day Breakin' Even Fest in DC this March

Posted by Loren on January 14, 2016

Two day Breakin' Even Fest in DC this March
Two day Breakin' Even Fest in DC this March

Breakin' Even Fest has confirmed the final line-up for the two-day March 4-5 festival to be held in Washington, DC at Songbyrd Music House. The festival includes a varied line-up with locals Loud Boyz as well as headliners Iron Chic and Timeshares.

Check out a full listing below, and visit our year end lists to see where Loud Boyz placed in 2015.

Tickets are available now, here.

The full lineup is listed below:

March 4

Loud Boyz

Lilac Daze


Curse Words

The Mauls

March 5

Iron Chic


Slingshot Dakota

The Rememberables

American Television

Brick Top


Oklahoma Car Crash

Two day Breakin' Even Fest in DC this March
Two day Breakin' Even Fest in DC this March

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