"Parking Lot Blowout is the new ComFest." The phrase has been uttered more than once online and in real life. And while this Columbus Music Co-op fundraiser can't match that politicized park party's size and scope, it does serve as a smaller-scale gathering point for one slice of the local music community.

"Parking Lot Blowout is the new ComFest." The phrase has been uttered more than once online and in real life. And while this Columbus Music Co-op fundraiser can't match that politicized park party's size and scope, it does serve as a smaller-scale gathering point for one slice of the local music community.

This year's installment, the sixth, offers the Blowout's usual blend of reunions, fresh faces and veteran rockers still going strong, with a skew toward indie rock and punk. Here's a rundown of what to expect from each act on Saturday's schedule.

Mooncussers, 3 p.m.

Todd May and his not-so-merry band of country-rock warhorses kick off the afternoon with a whiskey-soaked hangover cure for those still stinging from Friday night.

Blastronauts, 3:45 p.m.

The psych-pop stalwarts, led by The Town Monster's James Allison, have been stage-testing new material in recent months, so they'll probably come correct.

Maza Blaska, 4:30 p.m.

This youthful collective will bring spice to the afternoon with globetrotting indie tango from their anticipated debut, "Storyteller."

Righteous Buck and the Skull Scorchers, 5:15 p.m.

Like the agitated offspring of Grinderman and Magnolia Electric Co., this combo of longtime Columbus rockers is one mean honky-tonk behemoth.

Ugly Stick, 6 p.m.

The venerable Delaware cowpunks convene once more to celebrate "Pick Up the Hatchet," a double-disc reissue of two of their earliest albums.

Exwhites, 6:45 p.m.

Exwhites' spastic punk rock comes in many flavors but always with one mood: angry.

The Lindsay, 7:30 p.m.

Riding a wave of local love for sophomore LP "Deep in the Queue," the city's champion indie rockers have reasserted their elite status.

Denovo, 8:15 p.m.

Seven years after hanging it up to pursue other projects like Brainbow and Melty Melty, the angular post-punks with an emo soul make their glorious return.

The Pinkertones, 9:15 p.m.

Pump your first to the finish with a strictly-'90s set of Weezer covers.