ROBERT RANDOLPH AND PAPA MALI JOIN TREY ANASTASIO, BLACK CROWES, THE FLAMING LIPS AND MORE
Music’s biggest beach party will take place in the ocean resort community of Gulf Shores, AL. The festival is pleased to announce new lineup additions including Robert Randolph & The Family Band, Papa Mali & Friends , and Honey Island Swamp Band. These three bands join a stellar lineup that already includes the Zac Brown Band, John Legend, Trey Anastasio and TAB, The Black Crowes, Flaming Lips, Ben Harper and Relentless7, also Girl Talk, Matisyahu, Rodrigo y Gabriela, Funky Meters, Grace Potter and The Nocturnals and much more.
Hangout attendees will enjoy three full days of music and beach activities May 14-16. With four stages of music, and two stages directly on the white sand beaches of the Gulf of Mexico, The Hangout promises to be an experience like no other. A number of late night performances will be announced soon.
To kick-off the festivities, Alabama’s Morning Show hosts, Rick and Bubba, will be broadcasting a pre-festival broadcast live from The Hangout on April 30, 2010.
Festival tickets are available online at www.hangoutmusicfest.com. Ticket prices are $159 for a three-day pass and limited $79 day passes are now available. VIP ticket and travel packages start at $500 and are available online or by phone at 1-888-512-SHOW.
WHEN: May 14-16, 2010
WHERE: 101 East Beach Boulevard at AL-Hwy 59, Gulf Shores, AL
PRICES: $159 Three-day Pass / $79 Day Pass / VIP Ticket & Travel Packages start at $500
PRESS: The deadline to request for on-site press credentials is May 1
Limited media lodging is available.
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