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Friday, August 30, 2013

[Updated with All] Lineup Announced for An Undercover Weekend 7

Posted By on Fri, Aug 30, 2013 at 11:53 AM

  • Via Dove's Andy Shadburne as Aerosmith's Steven Tyler, last year
  • Jason Stoff

Update 8/30: All of the acts, as well as the bands they are covering, have been announced. See below for the full list.

Update 8/26: Number five and number six -- The Incurables will be performing as T. Rex and Ryan Wasoba & Foxing will cover Neutral Milk Hotel.

Update 8/22: There has been a third and fourth reveal! The Defeated County will be performing as The Mamas & the Papas, and Dots Not Feathers with be covering Queen.

Update 8/20: Two of the artists that will be covered have been announced! Blufish will be performing as the Rat Pack; Search Parties will perform as the Arcade Fire. Keep checking back to this post; we will continue to update it as new information comes in.

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Seven years running, An Under Cover Weekend is St. Louis' premiere cover show experience. Each year, local artists line up to transform into their favorite acts for one night only.

See Also: - The Best of An Under Cover Weekend 6 at the Firebird

This year's lineup has been announced today. The bands that they will be covering remain a mystery -- who do you think they will be? Post guesses in the comments.

Here is this year's lineup. Keep an eye on the event's official webpage for updates:

Night One: Friday, September 20

The Incurables - T. Rex

Dots Not Feathers - Queen

The Defeated County - The Mamas & the Papas

Search Parties - Arcade Fire

Bluefish - The Rat Pack

Night Two: Saturday, September 21

Via Dove - INXS

The Feed - Wham

Last to Show First to Go - The Police

Scarlet Tanager - The Beach Boys

Ryan Wasoba & Foxing - Neutral Milk Hotel

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