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OutKast, Arctic Monkeys and more set to perform at the 5th Annual LouFest Music Festival in downtown St. Louis this September 6-7. Recently the event has been leaking artists with a visual interactive experience on their social networks.

It was announced earlier today that Cake, Grouplove, Matt & Kim, The 1975, Portugal. The Man, Future Islands, Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue, Kelis, Washed Out, Cherub, Vintage Trouble, RAC, Blackberry Smoke, Lettuce, Delta Spirit, Moon Taxi, San Fermin, Those Darlins, Empires, Young & Sick, The Districts, Falls, Skaters, Kopecky Family Band, Roadkill Ghost Choir, Glass Animals, Black Pistol Fire, AJR, Holychild, Alanna Royale, Kins, The Jane Shermans, Old Salt Union, Marc Scibilia, Dylan McDonald & The Avians, Colin Lake, Pretty Little Empire, Big Brother Thunder and the Masterblasters.

Featured Artist – Cake

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Currently guests can snatch two-day weekend passes for only $95 per person. This year there is over forty acts on the lineup. With tickets being set at $95 that relates to each band costing a little over $2 per show. In a era of intelligent financial planning, LouFest is king for music festivals. Pick up weekend passes at: LouFest Music Festival Ticket Outlet