Langerado Music Fest back on! Early tix on sale tomorrow!



Wayne Coyne at Langerado 2008
  • Wayne Coyne at Langerado 2008

Yep, game on. October 8 & 9, Sunrise, Florida. Band lineup will be announced June 1 and you can purchase early-bird tix starting tomorrow! Hurry, though. They're limited. Here's the press release:

After a two-year hiatus, the Langerado Music Festival returns to South Florida in 2011 with a fresh infusion of energy and a diverse, powerful lineup. During its initial six-year run, Langerado delivered the music festival experience to the region, spawning a legion of loyal, passionate fans that have actively called for its return. The wait is officially over.

Langerado 2011 is making its return October 8-9 to beautiful Markham Park in Sunrise, Florida. Serving up a diverse collection of artists from indie rock to electronica to modern roots, the Festival will showcase 22 artists over two magical days. More than just the music, Langerado will fill the senses with other flavors of the region like an art market featuring the creative wares of local artists and artisans. Between sets, fans will also be able to recharge and fill up on some of the best eats around.

The reinvented Langerado is being produced by C3 Presents, in conjunction with Boros Entertainment. C3 is the force behind two of the country’s top destination music festivals – Austin City Limits Music Festival and Lollapalooza, and has a proven track record of revitalizing music brands and delivering events that are as memorable as they are successful. “Much like our other festivals, we want Langerado to be an experience, not just a concert,” says C3 Partner, Charlie Jones. “The environment and the community are critical to that experience, so it’s important to us to create an event that the fans and city will embrace.”

Rumors abound about the musical might that may land in Markham Park, but fans will have to wait until June 1 for the official lineup release. For those willing to take a leap of faith, a limited number of deeply discounted $75 2-Day Early Bird tickets go on sale at 11 a.m. ET on March 9th at

Once this allotment disappears, additional 2-Day tickets at the Advance Price of $150 (inclusive of all fees) will be available in conjunction with the official line-up announcement on June 1.

For tickets and show information, visit

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