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02/13/13Posted in festival-news by Jennifer Amorim


Hangout Music Festival 2013 Announces Lineup


Update: Via Hangout Music Fest Facebook Page:

It's what you've been waiting for! We would like to welcome Stevie Wonder, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Macklemore x Ryan Lewis, Imagine Dragons, Afrojack, Big Gigantic, Holy Ghost!, Baauer, Ra Ra Riot and The Wild Feathers to the 2013 Hangout Lineup! Check it all out here: http://bit.ly/ZqzuO9

On the gulf shores of Alabama May 17-19 the air will be filled with the sounds of excellence. A round of applause to Hangout Music Festival 2013 promoters for gathering a diverse and awesome line-up! Featured acts are:

Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, Kings of Leon, Trey Anastasio Band,  The Shins, BASSNECTAR, Kendrick Lamar, The Black Crowes,  Slightly Stoopid,  The Roots, Ellie Goulding, Steve Aoki,  Passion Pit,  Bloc Party,  Gov’t Mule,  Jim James Band,  Porter Robinson,  Public Enemy,  moe., Galactic, Dirty Projectors,  Grouplove, Toots and the Maytals,  Lissie, The Breeders,  Best Coast, Jason Isbell & 400 Unit,  Twin Sister, Ryan Bingham, The Sheepdogs,   Shovels and Rope,  Moon Taxi, The Revivalists,  Zion I, Lance Herbstrong,  Anders Osborne, Twenty Ι One Ι Pilots,  Delta Rae, Nikki Bluhm and the Gramblers,  The Bright Light Social Hour,  The Werks, The Ton Tons,  Brassft Punk, Kingston Springs,  The Mowgli’s, Chancellor Warhol,  Luella and the Sun,  The Weeks,  Space Capone,  Wild Cub, Colin Lake & more.

But that is not all a third headliner will be announced in the next few days. This is similar to last year, when the announcement of the Dave Matthews Band and Jack White was quickly followed by the addition of the Red Hot Chili Peppers.

Weekend passes go on sale at 10 a.m. central time on Friday, Feb. 15, at www.hangoutmusicfest.com/tickets. General admission prices will start at $209 and rise at some point to $229. Basic VIP passes will start at $899, rising to $999 at an unspecified point and then to $1,199. Super VIP Passes will be $1,499.

Festival organizers also signed “a multi-year deal” with MTV, VH1, CMT and Logo as exclusive partners, meaning the festival will be showcased across their various television channels and properties. So if you cannot make it, do not worry because you will be able to catch the show from home.

Detailed information can be found at www.hangoutmusicfest.com. The festival offers sites devoted to lodging and travel packages and related information, including information on festival shuttles.


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