Feeling Festival Loss? Aching For a Road Trip? Harvest of Hope Festival in St. Augustine Fills in Some Langerado Gaps

Okay, St. Augustine is pretty damn far from here. And half of the bands on the Harvest of Hope festival bill, well, we've never heard of them. However, if you overwhelmed with a sense of loss after Langerado's cancellation, or just feel like a road trip, this one may be worth a look.

A three-day pass right now is only $39.95, and the lineup features many of the biggest bands were set to perform at Langerado: Broken Social Scene, King Khan and the Shrines, DeVotchKa, Bad Brains, Girl Talk, the Faint, the Virgins, Ra Ra Riot, Health, and Holy Fuck among them. Plus, all proceeds benefit the Harvest of Hope Foundation, which provides relief and support for migrant workers. There's also camping, if that's your thing. Visit

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Arielle Castillo
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