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Nov. 5, 6 & 7 at Waterloo Park, Austin, TX

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Scavenger Hunt details:

Austin, Texas (September 2, 2010) – Fun Fun Fun Fest founder Graham Williams announced today that they have added new acts, launched the full show schedule, and have released new ticket options and ways to win free passes as the festival approaches. Austin’s beloved independent music festival, officially named Fun Fun Fun Fest is in its 5th year will be held at Waterloo Park this November in downtown Austin, Texas.

Since the line up announcement, FFF has added exciting new bands and comedians to the bill including The Apples in stereo, Todd Barry, Chris Hardwick, Andy Ritchie, Magnifico (Queen Tribute), Shane Mauss, Terp2it, Moshe Kasher, and Sean Patton. Other FFF activities that have been added include Alamo’s Master Pancake Video Jukebox, Live Tesla Coil show by Arc Attack, the Austin Facial Hair Club Bearded Kissing Booth and more.

Today, FFF also releases a fully detailed and shareable schedule, single day passes, a limited number of student discount passes, a new points menu for online users, and opens the registration for its legendary annual Scavenger Hunt. This hunt is comprised of teams from all over, earning points by doing everything from making out with strangers to getting a Fun Fun Fun Fest tattoo. Specific times and details can all be found at starting today.

“This thing gets more fun and more insane by the day. The best lineup that we have ever booked, coupled with all of the craziness of the Weird Al kick off party and the the Yellow Circus Stage…I’m actually beginning to get frightened.” says Williams.

“Devo and Bad Religion and Mastodon and Slick Rick and Weird Al…I never thought I would say any of those things in the same sentence” says partner James Moody. “We are super stoked. My concern at this point is accommodating everyone and capturing all of the excitement on film.”

The complete Fun Fun Fun Fest lineup for 2010 includes: Alamo Drafthouse’s “Air Sex Championship,” Anarchy Championship Wrestling, The Apples in stereo, The Appleseed Cast, Live Tesla Coil show by ArcAttack!, Ariel Pink’s Haunted Graffiti, A-Trak, Bad Religion, Todd Barry, Matt Bearden, Best Coast, Big Freedia, Black Congress, Black Nasty, The Briggs, The Bronx, Butcher Bear & Charlie, Capn’ Jazz, The Casualties, Cold Cave, Crew 54, Crocodiles, Dam-Funk, Deakin (of Animal Collective), Deerhunter, Delorean, Devin the Dude, Devo, Dirty Projectors, Dominique Young Unique, Dum Dum Girls, Dwarves, Eagle Claw, Floor, The Gories, Gwar, JT Habersaat+Altercation Punk Rock Comedy Tour, Chris Hardwick, Hatred Surge, High on Fire, The Hold Steady, iLoveMikeLitt’s Veggie Hot Dog Eating Contest, Indian Jewelry, Invincible, Jean Grae, Jeff The Brotherhood, Junius, Kaki King, Moshe Kasher, Kylesa, The League of Extraordinary Gz, Live Stunt Show by Jacob Calle of “What The Hell,” Magic Kids, Magnifico, Man Man, Margot & the Nuclear So and So’s, Mariachi El Bronx, Master Pancake’s “Video Jukebox,” Mastodon, Shane Mauss, MGMT, Monotonix, Mother Falcon, Municipal Waste, New Movement Comedy Troupe, Nicknack, Off! (Circle Jerks/Black Flag singer), Os Mutantes, Sean Patton, Peelander-Z, Pharoahe Monch, Polvo, P.O.S., Power Trip, Punk Rock Story Time with Joe Sib, Ringworm, Andy Ritchie, Rjd2, Royal Forest (formerly Loxsly), Slick Rick (playing “The Great Adventures Of”), Snapcase, Strike Anywhere, Suicidal Tendencies, Terp2it, Toro Y Moi, Valient Thorr, The Vandals, Wavves, “Weird Al” Yankovic, Woven Bones, and Yelle.

About Fun Fun Fun Fest
Opening its doors in 2006, Fun Fun Fun Fest became quickly known as a different sort of festival that focuses on independent music, comedy, discovery, creativity, and setting the tone in the progressive music space from the Live Music Capital of the World. Now in its 5th year, Fun Fun Fun Fest has grown to include more stages, more ideas, more vendors, more genres, and ultimately more fans. Its one of a kind online user community has been custom built for FFF fans around the world to chat, share, blog, win tickets and merch, and interact with fest organizers. Learn more at

About Fun Fun Fun Fest Partner and Sponsors
Fun Fun Fun Fest would like to thank all of their partners who help make the festival possible, including Toyota Motor Sales, Stanley-PMI, Heineken, Bacardi, the Austin Chronicle, Guerilla Suit, and many more. Learn more at

Visit to register, get updates and to purchase tickets. You can follow the fest on Twitter @funfunfunfest for up-to-the-minute news, or you can become a Fun Fun Fun Homie on Facebook @