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The 13th edition of the Downtown music festival also featured a final set by locals We Are Pancakes, an all-ages Punks in Vegas showcase and a surprise midnight show with Eagles of Death Metal.

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March 14th, 2018

The 13th edition of the Downtown music festival also featured a final set by locals We Are Pancakes, an all-ages Punks in Vegas showcase and a surprise midnight show with Eagles of Death Metal.

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