No Age, Dan Deacon, Andrew W.K., More: Daily Lineups for Todd P's MtyMx Fest

February 9, 2010 12:00 AM ET

Master New York City promoter Todd P's annual Texas fest — which corresponds to Austin's massive South By Southwest festival — is moving south this year, to Monterrey, Mexico. The MtyMx All Ages Festival of Art & Music kicks off Saturday, March 20th and runs through Monday, March 22nd. While set times haven't been locked down, Rolling Stone can now let you know what day Andrew W.K., Washed Out, No Age, Dan Deacon and 70 more bands will be taking the stage. A three-day pass will set you back a mere 30 bucks, and organizers are promising "modern toilet facilities," awesome tacos and the chance to check out a slew of Mexican bands at Autocinema Las Torres, a drive-in movie theater on the side of a mountain that holds 5,000 people. More info here, and keep reading for the daily lineups.

Dan Deacon
Acid Mothers Temple (JAPAN)
Los Fancy Free (MX)
Toro y Moi
Das Racist
Quiero Club (MX)
Teengirl Fantasy
Hunx and his Punx
Male Bonding (UK)
Antoine Reverb (MX)
White Ninja (MX)
Explode Into Colors
El Resplandor (MX)
Wet Hair
Mutating Meltdown
Lazaro Valiente (MX)

Andrew W.K.
Fucked Up (Canada)
Washed Out
Grant Hart (of Husker Du)
Indian Jewelry (Texas)
Small Black
Chikita Violenta (MX)
Talk Normal

Tanlines Soho Riots (MX)
The Beets
Yo Linares (MX)
Beach Fossils
Total Abuse
Los Llamarada (MX)
Chinese Stars
TV Ghost
Mockinpott (MX)
Cloud Nothings

No Age
Neon Indian (Texas/Mexico)
High Places *
Thee Oh Sees
Ratas del Vaticano (MX)
Pictureplane *
Banjo or Freakout! (UK)
Los Margaritos (MX)
DD/MM/YYYY (Canada)
Lucky Dragons
BamBam (MX)
Best Fwends (Texas)
Fluffy Lumbers
Alexico (MX)
Fergus and Geronimo
Big Troubles
Le Macabre Party (MX)
Gauntlet Hair *
Tearist *
Mentira Mentira (MX)
Josephine and the Mousepeople *

* curated by Rhinceropolis

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