After bouncing from a stadium to the suburbs to an Indian Reservation, this will be the Langerado Music Festival's first year in Miami. A press release calls the Magic City the festival's new home. This year's events--running March 6 through 8, with late night concerts scattered at downtown Miami clubs--will take place at the famous Bicentennial Park (capacity 45,000).
Langerado has just announced its initial line-up. Some of the biggest acts are Confessional, Flogging Molly, Broken Social Scene, Girl Talk, Cold
Black Kids and The Pogues.
Click here to see the full list-in-progress, and to purchase tickets for the 2009 festival. Tickets go on sale at 12 p.m. Eastern, this Friday. But Langerado die-hards had better hurry! Early-bird tickets run at $75/day, or $120 for the weekend package, but the price of the three-day general admission pass climbs with time, and will eventually level out at $165.
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