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Catch 30 musical acts at The Big Stomp

The eighth annual festival is set for July 26-27 at Waterfront Park.

A singer, wearing a floral print blazer and green paints, leans into a crowd below the stage, singing into a microphone.

St. Paul and the Broken Bones are among the headliners at The Big Stomp this year.

Photo by Thornton Drury via Wikimedia Commons

It’s about to be a busy music festival season, LOU. Between Bourbon and Beyond, Louder than Life, and Jack Harlow’s new Gazebo Festival, music fans in Derby City have a lot to look forward to this summer.

That includes The Big Stomp, which returns for an eighth-consecutive year. The festival supports The Pete Foundation, an organization working to destigmatize mental health. It’s set for July 26-27 at Waterfront Park.

Headliners for this year’s festival include BADBADNOTGOOD, St. Paul & The Broken Bones, The Black Angels, and Bully. They’ll be joined by:

  • Ben Sollee
  • Saxsquatch
  • The Biblehauser Brothers
  • Doom Gong
  • White Whooly
  • Lacey Guthrie
  • So it Was
  • Shannon Vetter and the Sleepless Pilgrims
  • Pleasure Boys
  • Future Killer
  • Yapa

Tickets are already on sale. Two-day weekend passes start at $79 and Big Bundle VIP weekend passes are $220. Youth passes for anyone 14 or younger are free with a paid adult pass.

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