MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – The music lineup for one of the Twin Cities’ biggest summer festivals has been revealed.

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The Walker Art Center and The Current announced Tuesday that the outdoor music festival in Minneapolis will feature eight bands, a mix of indie icons and local favorites, on two stages — all with the summer-ready Minneapolis Sculpture Garden in the background.

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On the main stage will play The National, Courtney Barnett, X, Heart Bones and deM atlaS. On the Garden Stage will play Bad Bad Hats, Adia Victoria and The Beths.

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Tickets for the June 29 festival are on sale now for museum members and Current supporters. For the general public, they go on sale Thursday for $74.

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According to the Walker Art Center, doors to the festival will open at 1 p.m. and the music will get going around 2:30 p.m. and last until 10 p.m. There’ll be food trucks and a beer tent on-site.