But that's not all! Other acts already confirmed for the show include hotly tipped gothic folk act Cult of Youth (who will be fresh off a tour with Scared Bones label-mates Zola Jesus), hard-to-Google local noise-punk heroes The Men, and formidable Virginian gloom rockers Lost Tribe. Even more bands will be announced in the days to come, but we can say that Cold Cave's Wes Eisold, who put out a hell of a 2011 record himself, will be assuming DJ duties throughout the evening. Tickets (just $10, so cheap!) are on sale right here right now. Or, if you prefer, there's always the four-day badge option, granting admission to every Northside event, assuming you arrive to the show early 'cause you know how that works.
Oh, and we should mention, Public Assembly will be waiving their usual age restriction and opening the show to everyone 17 and older. So if the Copenhagen house-party footage below makes you a little terrified, do some soul-searching. Because make no mistake, we are throwing a teenage riot.