The second annual AudioFeed Festival will feature a number of returning acts from the last year, but has added My Epic and ’68 as the festival grows. (HM is a sponsoring partner of the event.) The festival will be held July 3-6 at the Champaign County Fairgrounds in Urbana, IL. (Not Ohio.)

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Performances By

Ordered roughly by popularity, but honestly, what constitutes “popular” is relative anyway, but here we go:

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  • My Epic
  • Steve Taylor & the Perfect Foil
  • War of Ages
  • Sean Michel
  • The ’77s
  • Spoken Nerd
  • Colossus
  • Those Who Fear
  • Hope for the Dying
  • Homeless Gospel Choir
  • The Skies Revolt
  • Ravenhill
  • The Spirit and the Bride
  • Exegesis
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  • Rhett Walker Band
  • ’68
  • Propaganda
  • The Overseer
  • Burlap to Cashmere
  • Hushpad
  • The Burial
  • Timbre
  • 6′ 10″
  • The Scurvies
  • Von Strantz
  • Corpus Christi
  • Keyoung
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  • Listener
  • The Peter Furler Band
  • Flatfoot 56
  • Comrades
  • Levi the Poet
  • Glenn Kaiser Band
  • Grave Robber
  • Lessons
  • Kid Dead
  • Destroy Nate Allen
  • Mr. Nasti
  • Ami Moss and the Unfortunate
  • Strengthen What Remains
  • Messengers

…and even more than that.

AudioFeed Festival 2014


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