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Nightlife Highlights: Upstart Antisocial Campout 

click to enlarge Sheer Terror will perform at Upstart Antisocial Campout.
  • Sheer Terror will perform at Upstart Antisocial Campout.

September 9, 10. Greene County has suddenly become a hub of punky outdoor goodness with this month's Meltasia festival and this gathering at the Blackthorne Resort. Open to all ages ("Kids under 12 free!"), the Upstart Antisocial Campout features over 30 live punk/hardcore and ska bands, as well as comedians, vendors, and other attractions. Packing the bill are Dead Boys guitarist Cheetah Chrome, Mephiskapheles, Sheer Terror, the Svetlanas, Big D and the Kids Table, the Obvious, the Prozacs, Two Fisted Law, Damn Broads, and too many more. Starts September 9 at 2pm. $20. East Durham.

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