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Death Cab For Cutie, Snoop Dogg, Ryan Adams Lead 2009 Langerado Festival Lineup

December 9, 2008 2:04 PM ET

Death Cab For Cutie, Snoop Dogg and Ryan Adams & the Cardinals will headline next year's Langerado Music Festival, taking place March 6-8th in Miami, Florida. Dashboard Confessional, Gym Class Heroes, Girl Talk, Broken Social Scene and many more help fill out the bill. The ever-mobile festival will find itself in a new venue again, moving from the Big Cypress Seminole Indian Reservation in the Florida Everglades to Miami's Bicentennial Park. Tickets go on sale Friday. Last year's Langerado featured performances by R.E.M., the Beastie Boys, Phil Lesh and Vampire Weekend.

Langerado Music Festival 2009 Initial Linep:
Death Cab For Cutie
Snoop Dogg
Ryan Adams & the Cardinals
Dashboard Confessional
Thievery Corporation (Live)
Slightly Stoopid
The Pogues
Matisyahu
Flogging Molly
Michael Franti & Spearhead
Broken Social Scene
Robert Randolph & The Family Band
Pepper
The Faint
Cold War Kids
Steel Pulse
Public Enemy
Gym Class Heroes
Tricky
Girl Talk
Chromeo
Mute Math
Bad Brains
Ozomatli
Against Me!
Parliament/Funkadelic
Tortoise
DeVotchKa
Cafe Tacuba
Umphrey's McGee
The Disco Biscuits Black Kids
Grupo Fantasma
Holy Fuck
Budos Band
Tokyo Police Club
Lotus
The Virgins
The Gaslight Anthem
King Khan and the Shrines
Lucero
Murs
Ra Ra Riot
Tortured Soul
Rebelution
K'Naan
The Egg
Zac Brown Band
Tigercity
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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