THIS LABOR DAY WEEKEND IN MUSIC: Pig Out lineup breakdown, Duran Duran, Itchy Kitty album release show

click to enlarge THIS LABOR DAY WEEKEND IN MUSIC: Pig Out lineup breakdown, Duran Duran, Itchy Kitty album release show
Seattle's Sir Mix-A-Lot headlines Pig Out in the Park Friday night. This show most likely won't be as wild as his performance at last year's Perry Street Shakedown.
You’re already there for the delicious but not nutritious food, but don’t forget about the music coming through each day at Riverfront Park for this year’s Pig Out in the Park. Here are some of the bands you should be sure to check out by day, time and stage. Check out the whole lineup right here. Music runs Fri-Sun until 10 pm. Monday ends early at about 8:30 pm. 
5 pm - Flying Spiders, Lilac Stage
7 pm - Stepbrothers, Lilac Stage
8:45 pm - Celebrate with Peter Rivera, Clocktower Stage
9 pm - Sir Mix-A-Lot, Lilac Stage
7 pm - B-Radicals, IMAX Stage
8:45 pm - Randy Oxford's All-Star Slam
9 pm - Mark Farner (formerly of Grand Funk Railroad), Lilac Stage
9 pm - Angela Marie Project, IMAX Stage
9 pm - Cowboy Mouth, Lilac Stage
9 pm - Heart By Heart, Clocktower Stage
7:25 pm - Karrie O'Neill, IMAX Stage 

This fashion-forward 1980s pop magic act is headed to the Northern Quest Resort and Casino Friday night, touting all of the old favorites but also a lot of the new music off last year's critically-acclaimed Paper Gods. The show starts at 7:30 pm and tickets begin at $65. Read our full preview article on the band right here. 

With this Spokane punk act, the cat reigns supreme. That's right, with Itchy Kitty you can expect more than a few meows, purrs and screams throughout their shows. They'll hit up the Observatory Sunday night at 9 pm ($3 cover) for their debut studio album release. In case you can't make it, the album is available for purchase at Garageland, but you can also listen right here. 


Carrie Underwood comes to the Spokane Arena Sunday and Dave Matthews Band comes to the Gorge Amphitheater for their annual Labor Day Weekend extravaganza. Neither are sold out. There, now you know.