ICYMI: Pickathon, which returns to Pendarvis Farm this August 4 to 7, decided to unveil its 2016 lineup with a party at Revolution Hall. Comedian Aaron Ross emceed the evening while surprise (and future Pickathon) performers The Woolen Men, Eric D. Johnson of the Fruit Bats, and The Easy Leaves popped up for quick sets. Plus, the Portlandia episode starring The Flaming Lips that was filmed at last year's Pickathon premiered and special guest "Danger" Ehren McGhehey (of Jackass fame) shot some shirts outta one of those cannons. Peep the whole lineup (so far) here!
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