Initial Lineup Announced for Langerado 2009: Snoop Dogg, Chromeo, Bad Brains, Public Enemy, Cafe Tacuba, and More | County Grind | South Florida | Broward Palm Beach New Times | The Leading Independent News Source in Broward-Palm Beach, Florida


Initial Lineup Announced for Langerado 2009: Snoop Dogg, Chromeo, Bad Brains, Public Enemy, Cafe Tacuba, and More

langerado2009.jpgAfter much Internet gossip and rumor-mongering, the folks behind Langerado announced they would release the first phase of the festival's 2009 lineup yesterday morning. That didn't happen, with a delay as organizers "finalized last-minute details." Still, this morning they've come forward with a few names, several of which will be appearing at the festival for the first time. The lineup announcement comes after the jump.

-- Arielle Castillo

Death Cab For Cutie

Snoop Dogg

Thievery Corporation (Live)

Slightly Stoopid

Ryan Adams and the Cardinals

Dashboard Confessional

The Pogues


Flogging Molly

Michael Franti & Spearhead

Broken Social Scene

Cafe Tacvba

Umphrey's McGee

The Disco Biscuits

Robert Randolph & The Family Band


The Faint

Cold War Kids

Steel Pulse

Public Enemy

Gym Class Heroes


Girl Talk


Mute Math

Bad Brains


Against Me!
George Clinton & Parliament/Funkadelic



Black Kids

Grupo Fantasma

Holy Fuck

Budos Band

Tokyo Police Club


The Virgins

The Gaslight Anthem

King Khan and the Shrines



Ra Ra Riot

Tortured Soul



The Egg

Zac Brown Band


the Aggrolites

Cloud Cult

Spam Allstars

Rachel Goodrich

Blue King Brown

The Heavy Pets

Awesome New Republic

The Postmarks

Suenalo Sound System

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Arielle Castillo
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