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This week’s photos honor America and Independence Day. Check the pics below to see how some of your favorite musicians celebrated the Fourth of July. The following photos were posted on July 4, 2014 and are shown with their original captions. To make it easy for you, we have linked each picture to the user’s account. Be sure to follow each of them so you don’t miss anything! If you missed last weeks edition you can catch up on those pictures here: WEEK #39. Please follow and like us:

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PLAYLIST: Alternative 4th of July

It is officially Independence Day weekend, traditionally filled with fireworks, barbecues, camping, s’mores and good-old American beer drinking. And you know what else? Country music. But …here at Infectious we aren’t always the biggest fans of that particular genre. That’s why I’ve created something special for you: a list of 12 songs to party to this weekend that are reminiscent of the country in which we live, and for the most part don’t make too many political statements (although for the sake of punk and hardcore this was a bit hard…

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Sasquatch! Festival Cancels Second Weekend

The Sasquatch! Festival traditionally takes place on Memorial Day weekend, but there were going to be dates added on the Fourth of July weekend this year. However, fans of the festival did not embrace the addition, so it was canceled. Fans will be reimbursed for their purchases of the Fourth of July weekend tickets, and don’t fret – the Memorial Day weekend festival will still take place. Read a statement from the officials after the jump. Check out the lineup here, and buy concert tickets here if you haven’t yet…

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fun. To Play At The White House Fourth Of July With Stream

The band fun. is scheduled to play at the White House this Fourth of July for the “Salute The Military” segment. The performance will be available to stream live on the White House website, which you can find here. The band will play a free 60-minute USO show with more than 1,200 troops and families attending. Frontman Nate Ruess shared his excitement, saying “Independence Day is a tremendous honor for us. We can’t thank our nation’s men and women in uniform enough for what they do for us every day and…

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