Everclear, Soul Asylum, & Cracker Set For ‘Flannel Nation Festival’

The 1990’s will be alive and well on August 13th when the inaugural Flannel Nation Festival plays at San Pedro, California’s Port of Los Angeles. Blabbermouth reported the concert will feature headliners Everclear, Soul Asylum, Candlebox, and Filter — along with Sponge, Fastball, and Cracker — with “an additional special guest headliner still TBA.”

The Flannel Nation Festival promises, “a day of live music with some of the era’s top bands, tons of delicious food trucks, craft beer, full bar, and lots of retail vendors for shopping.” For more information, log on to https://flannelnation.com/

Cracker co-founder Johnny Hickman offered up some of the core reasons why bands don’t stay together for the long haul: “I look at bands that have been together for, uh, y’know, 10, 12, 15 years and I’m amazed (laughs). And people, sort of, wonder why, ‘Well, wait, don’t they love each other? Why did they have that fist fight?’ Well, if you, if you were in a little submarine with 12 of your friends for six months straight, somebody would hit somebody eventually, man, trust me.”

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