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Fort Reno 2011 Schedule: It’s On

Cornet West Theory, Office of Future Plans, Title Tracks included in this year’s line-up

Last week we gave you the lowdown on the first Fort Reno Summer Concert Series show of the year, and now we have at least eight more to share. The full(ish) schedule for the long-running outdoor concert series is available online as of this morning, with a total of nine booked so far and potential for two more yet-to-be-announced shows in August.

What are we considering the must-see shows this year? So far we've marked our calendars for Monday, July 11 with Title Tracks, America Hearts, and Cat Jack, and the July 25 line-up of Office of Future Plans (featuring J Robbins and Brooks Harlan) and the Akoma Drummers.

Monday, June 27: Beasts of No Nation, Railsplitter, Valley Tours

Thursday, June 30: Oh So Peligroso, Hundred Acre Wood, Elephant Pistol

Thursday, July 7: The Blackberry Belles, Cane & The Sticks, Wild Fruit

Monday, July 11: Title Tracks, America Hearts, Cat Jack

Thursday, July 14: The Cornel West Theory, Sound Limit, Guilty

Monday, July 18: The NRI's, The Gift, The Union of Sgt. Teddy

Thursday, July 21: SPRCSS, The Ambulars, Fell Types

Monday, July 25: Office of Future Plans, The Akoma Drummers

Thursday, July 28: The OK Corral, Foul Swoops, The Burnside Shattered

August 1 & 4: TBA

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