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Kazzufest Music and Arts Festival feat. Tacocat, Altesse, Jarv Dee, Tangerine, Cam the Mac, Lo’ There Do I See My Brother, Illridic, Northern Natives Collective 

When: Sat., April 2, 4 p.m.-12 a.m. 2016
Price: $12/$15 day of (WSU students), $15/$20 day of (general public)
The festival’s Twitter page reads “Make Pullman’s music scene great again.” And Kazzufest (Kazzuzapalousa for last year’s inaugural event) is doing just that, bringing in indie acts, mostly from Seattle, for a one-day event. Put on by the student-run Washington State University radio station KZUU 90.7 FM, the public is invited to come out and support the scene. Seattle’s punk act Tacocat is the festival headliner this year; the other acts are Altesse (DJ), Jarv Dee (hip-hop), Tangerine (pop/garage rock), Cam the Mac (hip-hop), Lo’ There Do I See My Brother (rock), Illridic (hip-hop) and Northern Natives Collective (beatmakers). It would be better if festival promoters had included some Inland Northwest bands, but overall, the lineup is solid
— Laura Johnson


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