This weekend, the top indie artists in the South will perform in Moblile, Alambama.

Lost Bayou Ramblers photo
Lost Bayou Ramblers

[Updated] The Southsounds Music Festival is the largest southern indie music festival, and it takes place this weekend at clubs in Mobile, Alabama. The organizers throw a stylistically wide net, so Louisiana will be represented by artists as different as Lost Bayou Ramblers, New Orleans Suspects, Brassft Punk, Moon Honey, Baby Bee, The Deslondes, Andrew Duhon, Naughty Professor, and Sweet Crude.

There will be music on eight stages Friday night and all day Saturday, and tickets are on sale now.

The Lineup

Lost Bayou Ramblers (New Orleans, LA)
Grayson Capps and the Lost Cause Minstrels (Fairhope, AL)
New Orleans Suspects (New Orleans, LA)
Brassft Punk (New Orleans, LA)
Rosco Bandanna (Pascagoula, MS)
Banditos (Nashville, TN)
Great Peacock (Nashville, TN)
Moon Honey (Baton Rouge, LA)
Baby Bee (New Orleans, LA)
Today The Moon, Tomorrow The Sun (Atlanta,GA)
Deslondes (New Orleans,LA)
Brave Baby (Charleston, SC)
Andrew Duhon (New Orleans,LA)
Cardinal Sons (New Orleans, LA)
Underhill Family Orchestra (Mobile, AL)
Through The Sparks (Birmingham,AL)
Baby Baby (Atlanta, GA)
Teen Getaway (Birmingham, AL)

Cosmonaut on Vacation (Birmingham,AL)
Belle Adair (Muscle Shoals, AL)
Eric Erdman (Mobile, AL)
Preston Lovinggood (Birmingham,AL)
Gregg Fells (Mobile, AL)
Ryan Balthrop and Friends (Mobile, AL)
Jesse Payne (Birmingham, AL)
Mississippi Shakedown (Pascagoula, MS)
Chris Spies Organ Trio (Mobile, AL)
Gary Wrong Group (Mobile, AL)
Naughty Professor (New Orleans, LA)
Vintage Cowboys (Cullman, AL)
Plains (Montevallo, AL)
20,000 Leagues Under The Sea (Mobile, AL)
Tanks (Memphis, TN)
Henry Dunkle (Birmingham, AL)
Tony Tornado (Mobile, AL)
Mandown (Mobile,AL)
Kennon Barton (Pascagoula,LA)
Harrison McGinnis (Fairhope,AL)
Leland Clay (Mobile,AL)
Omari Jazz (Birmingham, AL)
Mustachios (Mobile, AL)
Sweet Crude (New Orleans, LA)
Post Mortem Delirium (Mobile,AL)
and more

Updated 1:18 p.m.

Cardinal Sons were incorrectly identified as being from Jackson, Mississippi when this story was first posted. They are from New Orleans, and the text has been changed to reflect that.