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Ovary-Flexing Alert: Lilith Fair to Return in 2010!

by dsussman   April 30, 2009 at 2:02PM  |  Views: 79

Is Spike really blogging about this?! You’re damn right we are.


Terry McBride, chief executive of Nettwerk Music Group, has said that Lilith Fair, the female-fueled festival that last made its rounds over a decade ago, will officially return to put Doc Martens back on the map sometime next year.

McBride wrote on his Twitter account that "Lilith Fair will look at doing two weeks in the U.K./Europe in 2010."

When asked for comment from Billboard, McBride would add little. "The only thing that I am saying is that Lilith Fair will be back for the summer of 2010.”

McBride also refused to confirm whether it would feature Sarah McLachlan, who headlined the festivals that ran between 1997 and 1999.

Acts that played Lilith Fair tours in the past included Natalie Merchant, Indigo Girls, Cowboy Junkies, Sheryl Crow, Erykah Badu, Sinead O'Connor, and Liz Phair. Lilith Fair consisted of 104 shows from 1997-1999 that grossed $52,937,965 and drew 1,616,500 people.

Wow. You could purchase an endless amount of organic cotton tampons with cash like that. I’m so jealous right now.

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