Langerado 2011 Lineup: Death Cab for Cutie, Trey Anastasio, Ween, and More!

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Holy crap! So the Langerado Music Festival is really coming back for 2011, and a wildly varied lineup has just dropped.

Headliners for the October 8-9 event at Markham Park include Death Cab for Cutie, the Trey Anastasio Band, Ben Harper, Thievery Corporation, and Ween. And are a couple of those acts going to please the camping crowd above all? Most likely.

In all, 31 acts are taking part in the two-day festival so far. Check out the rest after the jump.

Langerado Music Festival 2011

Death Cab for Cutie
Trey Anastasio Band
Ben Harper
Thievery Corporation
Arctic Monkeys
G. Love & Special Sauce
Clap Your Hands Say Yeah
Wolfgang Gartner
Etienne De Crecy
The Glitch Mob
Ghostland Observatory
Das Racist
Portugal. The Man
Friendly Fires
Childish Gambino
Smith Westerns
Super Mash Bros.
Mates of State
The Whigs
Keys N Krates
Two Fresh
Lance Herbstrong
Bobby Lee Rogers
The Kingston Springs

Check out the full lineup here. And tell us what you think.

Langerado Music Festival 2011. October 8 and 9. Advance tickets cost $150. Click here.

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