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Howler leads expanded lineup for Rock the Garden; tickets sell out in barely an hour

The day-long concert outside the Walker Art Center expands to five bands this year, led by the Minneapolis group Howler. The day will also feature tUnE-yArDs, Doomtree, Trampled By Turtles, and The Hold Steady.
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The day-long concert outside the Walker Art Center expands to five bands this year, led by the Minneapolis group Howler. The day will also feature tUnE-yArDs, Doomtree, Trampled By Turtles, and The Hold Steady.

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