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. . . So what's a good number of bands on a bill?

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"Three bands make a nice bill."

-- Randy B., State of Being

"I would say seven. Three to open the main event and then three more. By being put in the middle, you are guaranteed to have a crowd there!"

-- Kellie B., Eastlake

"Three or four. No more than four."

-- Ray Terry, Kill the Fall

"I would say no more than four bands for a show, and three is probably the perfect number. I don't care how much I am into the music; after four bands I am pretty beat up and usually ready to head out."

-- D. Esper, DomainCleveland

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