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New Beachfront Summer Music Fest Announced! Hangout Fest Lineup w/ Trey Anastasi

Picture 1The Hangout Beach Music and Arts Festival is thrilled to announce an incredible lineup for its inaugural year including performances from Trey Anastasio and TAB, Zac Brown Band, John Legend, Ray LaMontagne, Ben Harper and Relentless7, The Flaming Lips, and Alison Krauss and Union Station featuring Jerry Douglas. The 3-day music and arts festival is scheduled for May 14th-16th and is sure to be an experience like no other. Located directly on the sandy white beaches of Gulf Shores, Alabama, The Hangout Beach, Music and Arts Festival is one of the first major music festival of the summer festival season. A full confirmed lineup is listed below with more bands to be announced in the coming weeks. Watching this caliber of performers directly on the beach will truly be a unique experience.  This will be one of the biggest beach parties this area has ever seen. With performances taking place on four stages, and two main stages on the beach, the festival hopes to bring the Gulf Coast into the national music scene. In addition, festival organizers have other activities still to be announced. Attendance will be limited to 35,000 people per day. Festival tickets are available online at www.hangoutmusicfest.com as well as at The Hangout restaurant and Surf Style stores along the central Gulf Coast. Ticket prices are $159 for a three-day pass and limited $82 day passes will be available. VIP ticket packages and travel packages start at $500 and are available online or by phone at 1-888-512-SHOW. There is a wide assortment of lodging options surrounding the festival including traditional hotels and beachfront condos to camping at the local state park. Visit www.hangoutmusicfest.com for more information. 2010 Hangout Beach, Music and Arts Festival Confirmed Artists:
  • Trey Anastasio and TAB
  • Zac Brown Band
  • John Legend
  • Ben Harper and Relentless7
  • The Black Crowes
  • Alison Krauss and Union Station Featuring Jerry Douglas
  • Govt Mule
  • Flaming Lips
  • Ray LaMontagne
  • Michael Franti and Spearhead
  • Rodrigo Y Gabriela
  • Funky Meters
  • Blind Boys of Alabama
  • Matisyahu
  • Girl Talk
  • Guster
  • Brett Dennen
  • Keller Williams
  • Jerry Jeff Walker
  • North Mississippi Allstars
  • A.L.O.
  • The Whigs
  • Ozomatli
  • OK GO
  • Orianthi
  • Davy Knowles and Back Door Slam
  • Pnuma Trio
  • Black Joe Lewis and the Honey Bears
  • Toubab Krewe
  • Mat Hires
  • A.A. Bondy
  • Rachel Goodrich
  • Moon Taxi
  • El Cantador
  • Kristy Lee
  • Roman Street


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