SweetWater 420 Festival Adds Many Acts To Lineup

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Last month, SweetWater 420 Fest organizers announced the headliners for this year’s event, which takes place at Atlanta’s Centennial Olympic Park on April 17 -19. Today, another batch of acts have been added to the well-rounded lineup.

Newly revealed musical acts include The Wailers, AER, Big Data, The Floozies, Anders Osborne, The Revivalists, Delta Rae, The Wood Brothers, Kyle Hollingsworth Band, Marc Broussard, The London Souls and Red Wanting Blue. The ‘Not So Silent Disco’ will feature Black Tiger Sex Machine, David Heartbreak, Anna Lunoe, Jody Wisternoff, Plastic Plates, Jayceeoh, Eliot Lipp, Cassian, Black Boots, Late Night Radio, Modern Measure, Tropicool and Pyramid Scheme. Comedian Rory Scovel is a new addition, performing in the comedy tent each night of the festival and MarchFourth Marching Band will be featured in the 420 Parade.

The previously-announced SweetWater 420 headliners are Snoop Dogg, 311, Thievery Corporation, Primus, Cage the Elephant, Slightly Stoopid, moe., Gov’t Mule and Beats Antique. “Beyond the long list of accomplished musical talent and additional stages, we are adding new attractions including a stronger comedic lineup,” said Jennifer Bensch, President, Happy Ending Productions in a statement. “We’ve also expanded lodging options for the folks traveling from all over the southeast to join us.”

3-day general admission passes and 3-day VIP “Big Fish” passes are available now via the festival’s website.

SweetWater 420 Festival 2015 Lineup

Snoop Dogg, 311, Thievery Corporation, Primus, Cage the Elephant, Slightly Stoopid, moe., Gov’t Mule, Beats Antique, The Wailers, AER, Big Data, The Floozies, Anders Osborne, The Revivalists, Delta Rae, The Wood Brothers, Kyle Hollingsworth Band, Marc Broussard, The London Souls, Red Wanting Blue, Black Tiger Sex Machine, David Heartbreak, Anna Lunoe, Jody Wisternoff, Plastic Plates, Jayceeoh, Eliot Lipp, Cassian, Black Boots, Late Night Radio, Modern Measure, Tropicool, Pyramid Scheme, Rory Scovel, MarchFourth Marching Band

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