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Eminem, Kiss to Headline Voodoo

June 26, 2009 10:54 AM ET

Eminem will take the stage for his first major concert event in four years Halloween weekend in New Orleans, at the 11th annual Voodoo Music Experience, according to an official press release. Kiss, Jane's Addiction and the Flaming Lips have also been named as headliners. The event's eight stages will also feature appearances by Widespread Panic, Justice, the Black Keys, Wolfmother and Silversun Pickups (full lineup below). Promoters will be picking up the tab for all ticket surcharges, giving fans what organizers describe as a 15 percent savings. The festival takes place October 30th and 31 and November 1st.

Kiss; Eminem; Jane's Addiction; Widespread Panic; The Flaming Lips; Justice; Gogol Bordello; Wolfmother; Eagles of Death Metal; The Black Keys; The Pogues; Ween; Silversun Pickups; Janelle Monae; The Cool Kids; Meat Puppets; Mutemath; Q-Tip; Fischerspooner; Brand New; D12; American Bang; Generational; Earl Greyhound; Squirrel Nut Zippers; Black Lips; Mates of State; All Time Low; Robert Randolph & the Family Band; The Knux; George Clinton & Parliament Funkadelic; JJ Grey & Mofro; Alejandro Escovedo; Shooter Jennings; Down; Drive-By Truckers; Eric Church; Ledisi; Rebirth Brass Band, New Orleans Bingo! Show; Trombone Shorty & Orleans Ave All Stars; Big Sam's Funky Nation; Benjy Davis Project; Papa Grows Funk; DJ Soul Sister; Rotary Downs; Andrew Duhon & The Lonesome Crows; MarchFourth Marching Band, Amanda Shaw; Cyril Neville's Blues Revue with Tab Benoit, Big Chief Monk Boudreaux, Johnny Sansone; Beausoleil; John Mooney & Bluesiana; Quintron & Miss Pussycat; Fleur De Tease; Suplecs; Little Freddie King; Preservation Hall Stars with Special Guests; The Happy Talk Band; Lil Brian and the Zydeco Travelers; Why Are We Building Such A Big Ship?; Ratty Scurvics; Mynameisjohnmichael; Loose Marbles; Luke Winslow King; Dan Dyer; Walter "Wolfman" Washington & The Roadmaster with the Dirty Dozen Horns; New Orleans Klezmer All Stars; Glasgow; Leroy Jones Group; Mas Mamones; Zydepunks; White Bitch; The Vettes; Lucy's Walk; Erick Baker; Sarah Quintana; TBC Brass Band; Bones; Legends to Nancy; Leo Jackson and the Melody Clouds; Brother Taisuke Mass Choir; Leroy Jones Group Katey Red, Big Freedia, Sissy Nobby with DJ Papa.

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