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Hopscotch Grows Up

Now in its eighth year, Hopscotch has grown from a local throwdown to a national attraction.

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Solange and Margo Price Meet on Marginalization

Two of this year's big headliners find unexpected common ground in their songs.

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Mount Eerie's Phil Elverum Reflects on Recent Grief, Relative Success, and the Power of Cosmic Forces

Mount Eerie performs late at the Fletcher Opera Theater as part of Hopscotch Thursday night.

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Big Thief's Subtle Brilliance

Brooklyn band performs early Thursday evening at City Plaza.

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Mary Timony, Triumphant

The Helium frontwoman reprises her under-celebrated early work Sunday afternoon at Red Hat Amphitheater.

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Blanck Mass's Brash Aggression

Catch the band closing out Kings Thursday night.

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Hip-Hop at Hopscotch

This year's festival offers a satisfying slate of hip-hop artists—an improvement from years past.

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Hopscotch Added a Day and a Half of Extra Programming. Does It Hurt the Day Parties?

Music on Saturday afternoon and all day Sunday gives festivalgoers even more entertainment options this year.

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: A Tale of Two Side Fests

Hopscotch Design hangs on to its niche appeal, but its poster show has stepped up its game.

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