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Buzz Bake Sale 2011 Lineup: Awolnation, Seether, Chevelle, and More

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The 16th running of the Buzz Bake Sale is coming in December, and the lineup is starting to gel.

A muscular selection of ten initial acts has been confirmed for the annual rock fest put on by West Palm's 103.1 The Buzz. In spite of what some folks might think, most New Times writers do like the station.

Click here for a chance to win free tickets!

Among the headliners so far are Staind, Seether, and Chevelle, but more bands will be announced soon. Awolnation has replaced Staind after the band pulled out because of illness.

Check out all of the freshly announced Buzz Bake Sale bands below.

Buzz Bake Sale 2011 Lineup
STAIND
AWOLNATION
SEETHER
CHEVELLE
HINDER
EVERLAST
ADELITA'S WAY
ART OF DYING
MIDDLE CLASS RUT
FALLING IN REVERSE
ONE

Buzz Bake Sale 2011. 12:30 p.m. Saturday, December 3, at Cruzan Amphitheatre, 601-7 Sansbury's Way, West Palm Beach. Tickets cost $20 to $40 and go on sale Friday, October 14, at 10 a.m. Click here.


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