- 12:15 am James Wallace & The Naked Light (Nashville)
- 11:00 pm Heavy Hinges (Cincinnati)
- 9:45 pm Wild Leaves (Brooklyn)
- 8:30 pm Bella Ruse (Columbus, OH)
- 12:30 am Leopold and His Fiction (Austin TX)
- 11:15 pm Dead Fame (Richmond, VA)
- 10:00 pm Skeleton Hands (Cincinnati)
- 9:00 pm Black Signal (Cincinnati)
- 12:00 am Damien Jurado (Seattle)
- 10:45 pm Shivering Timbers (Akron, OH)
- 9:30 pm Ben Lapps (Cincinnati)
- 8:15 pm The Mitchells (Cincinnati)
- 12:30 am Jeecy and The Jungle (Detroit)
- 11:15 pm the Please Please Me (Austin, TX)
- 10:00 pm Good Graeff (Sarasota, FL)
- 8:45 pm Juniper Rising (Brooklyn, NY)
- 11:45 pm On An On (Chicago & Minneapolis)
- 10:30 pm San Fermin (Brooklyn)
- 9:15 pm Love X Stereo (Seoul, South Korea)
- 8:15 pm Plaid Dragon (Springfield, MO)
- 12:30 am Sugar Baron (Pontiac, MI)
- 11:15 pm Fluffer (Bloomington, IN)
- 10:00 pm redkattseven (Cincinnati)
- 9:00 pm The Get Togethers (Nashville, TN)
- 12:30 am Bella Clava (Toronto)
- 11:15 pm Electric Citizen (Cincinnati)
- 10:00 pm Honeyspiders (Cincinnati)
- 9:00 pm The KillTones (Cincinnati)
- 10:00 pm Twin Peaks (Chicago)
- 8:30 pm Modoc (Nashville)
- 7:00 pm Fort Wilson Riot (Minneapolis, MN)
- 5:30 pm Izzy and the Catastrophics (NYC)
- 12:00 am The Technicolors (Phoenix)
- 10:45 pm Pure X (Austin TX)
- 9:30 pm The Tigerlilies (Cincinnati)
- 8:15 pm The Dumb Easies (Bowling Green, OH)
- 11:45 pm Eclipse Movement (Cincinnati)
- 10:30 pm The Almighty Get Down (Cincinnati)
- 9:15 pm The Natives (Cincinnati)
- 8:00 pm Us, Today (Cincinnati)
- 12:00 am Murder By Death (Bloomington, IN)
- 10:30 pm Cory Chisel and The Wandering Sons (Wisconsin)
- 9:00 pm Nicholas David (Saint Paul, MN)
- 12:15 am Larry and his Flask (Oregon)
- 11:00 pm Kentucky Knife Fight (St.Louis, MO)
- 9:45 pm Alone at 3AM (Cincinnati)
- 8:30 pm The Kickaways (Cincinnati)
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