After purchasing early-bird tickets more than three months ago (before the full lineup was announced), Smith writes that he could be waiting weeks after the cancellation to get his credit card purchase refunded.
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Breaking: Langerado 2011 has been canceled.
The return of Langerado, SoFla's favorite little/big festival, is on the horizon. Therefore, it's about time we all start thinking about how we are going to approach this thing. To help you along, County Grind is offering a series of pointers, from experience and thorough research, that will apply to the various stages and aspects of your Langerado experience come October 8 and 9.
In this first edition, we'll start logically by focusing on getting your fest-happy butt to the grounds and finding a place to rest that butt after each day of raging. Having a well-constructed framework and a bit of forethought will allow you to be more free-flowing and spontaneous once the thing is in motion. There are several options for traveling, as well as nesting, and each provides a different sort of experience. Decide what sort of overall trip you're going for, and choose from there. Consider your travel and nesting arrangements to be equally important to your Langerado vibes as the bands that will take the stage.More »
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Rumors have been swirling regarding the 2011 lineup, but JamBase has confirmed one band that will be performing (probably) for sure: Friendly Fires.
We put our thinking caps on and decided to put together some music math to figure out four additional (hopefully not unlikely) bands that may join Friendly Fires on October 8 and 9. Check them out after the jump.