311 Pow Wow Festival Lineup Adds Five More Acts

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The 311 Pow Wow Festival, a weekend gathering of music and unity August 4 to 6 at Suwanee Music Park, has filled out its artist lineup with five additional performers.

Thus far, the fest has proven to be a lightning rod -- those for it and against it have already made their arguments known.

For the many in the 311 nation who are anticipating the camping, hearing Transistor in its entirety for the first time, and a community vibe, the final five acts definitely give the weekend a newfound rhythmic diversity. Check out all 18 bands set to perform below.

311 Pow Wow Festival 2011 Lineup (new acts in bold)

Sublime With Rome
G Love & Special Sauce
The Dirty Heads
Reel Big Fish
Mix Master Mike
Streetlight Manifesto
DJ Soulman
The Supervillains
Full Service
The Movement
Shinobi Ninja

DJ Trichrome

On Thursday at 3:11 p.m., the full performing schedule will be announced right here.

311 Pow Wow Festival. August 4 to 6. Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park, 3076 95th Drive,
Live Oak. Tickets cost $145 and up. Click here.

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