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Indiefest 2010 : Tomorrow Never Knows keeps rollin'

The annual Tomorrow Never Knows festival continues tonight by bringing two of the indie worlds latest heavyhitters into the Chicago spotlight. At Schubas, the '80's nostalgia-laced Neon Indian headline alongside The Hood Internet. 

The sister venue of Schubas--the newly christened Lincoln Hall--will host Bradford Cox's pet project Atlas Sound as well as local faves Icy Demons. 

Single-day tickets for the festival are sold out, but 5-day passes are still available for $75. Tomorrow Never Knows kicked off this Wednesday and runs through Sunday, culminating in a performance from underground soul singer Lee Fields and the Expressions at Lincoln Hall. 



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