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WKNC finishes Double Barrel Benefit XII lineup with Lonnie Walker, Mac McCaughan, Museum Mouth and more

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A few weeks ago, N.C. State’s student-run radio station WKNC 88.1 announced the headliners for its annual Double Barrel Benefit bash and they’ve now finalized the lineup with openers for each night.

On Feb. 7, No Love, Mac McCaughan and Lonnie Walker join Spider Bags for a rollicking night of rock 'n’ roll at the Lincoln Theatre in Raleigh. The Valentine’s Day show at Cat’s Cradle offers more pop flavors with Body Games, Museum Mouth and Elvis Depressedly all in opening slots for Eternal Summers. The Double Barrel Benefit, now in its 12th year, is WKNC’s biggest fundraiser and has a history of delivering fun musical surprises from some of North Carolina’s brightest rising stars.

Single-night tickets start at $12, or you can double up on a two-night pass for $22. If you're interested in a bigger commitment to the Triangle's most prominent college radio station, KNC is still looking for sponsors for DBBXII. You can buy tickets for either or both nights here, and check out Museum Mouth’s installment in the station’s Lounge series below. 









Museum Mouth in The Lounge

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