Sasquatch Festival Stream via NPR

NPR is once again digging into the 2011 festival coverage with some great streaming options. This weekend, they’re streaming a ton of sets from the Sasquatch Festival out at the Gorge in Washington state. The stream is audio-only, but it’s sounding pretty damn good so far.

Here’s their broadcast schedule for the weekend:

Saturday, May 28
ALL TIMES ET
3:10 pm: Death From Above 1979
4:05 pm: The Radio Dept.
5:10 pm: The Head And The Heart
6:10 pm: Bob Mould
6:55 pm: Mariachi El Bronx
7:20 pm: Wolf Parade
8:10 pm: The Globes
8:45 pm: Local Natives
9:20 pm: Rebecca Gates
9:45 pm: Iron & Wine
10:50 pm: Aloe Blacc
11:15 pm: Bright Eyes
12:20 am: Wye Oak
12:45 am: Death Cab For Cutie

Sunday, May 29
ALL TIMES ET
3 pm: The Antlers
4 pm: Washed Out
4:25 pm: Sharon Van Etten
5:10 pm: Fitz and the Tantrums
6 pm: Dan Mangan
6:15 pm: Tokyo Police Club
7:05 pm: The Thermals
8:10 pm: Basia Bulat
8:25 pm: Cold War Kids
9:15 pm: Typhoon
10:05 pm: K-OS
10:35 pm: Mad Rad
11 pm: Flaming Lips
12:35 am: J. Mascis
1 am: Modest Mouse

Monday, May 30
ALL TIMES ET
2:20 pm: Wavves
3:20 pm: Ratatat
4:25 pm: City and Colour
4:40 pm: Old 97′s
5:30 pm: Archers of Loaf
6 pm: S. Carey
6:25 pm: Gayngs
6:50 pm: Guided By Voices
7:55 pm: Noah and the Whale
8:10 pm: Sharon Jones
9:15 pm: Flying Lotus
10:20 pm: Gold Panda
11:25 pm: Das Racist
12 am: Black Mountain
12:30 am: Wilco

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