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Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Would you drive 8 hours for Paul Simon, Black Keys?

Posted By on Wed, Feb 2, 2011 at 9:00 AM

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I kinda would. Yes, it's in Alabama, but Gulf Shores is right on the tip of Florida's dick and that's where this year's Hangout Music Festival is taking place. And according to Google Maps, it's a hop, skip and a "You ash on my carseat again and I'm leaving you in Panama City" away!

Tickets and travel packages range from $159-$525 and go on sale TODAY! Check out this lineup:

Paul Simon + Foo Fighters + Widespread Panic + The Black Keys + My Morning Jacket + Flaming Lips + Cee Lo Green + Primus + Michael Franti & Spearhead + Pretty Lights + Bassnectar + Girl Talk + Ween + Matisyahu + Warren Haynes Band + Umphrey’s McGee + Slightly Stoopid + Drive-By Truckers + Amos Lee + Old Crow Medicine Show + G. Love & Special Sauce + Medeski, Martin & Wood + Keller Williams + Galactic + Xavier Rudd + Minus the Bear + Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue + Portugal. the Man + Beats Antique + Dead Confederate + Jonathan Tyler & Northern Lights + Easy Star All-Stars + Mariachi El Bronx + Truth & Salvage Co + Kristy Lee + Civil Twilight + Rich Aucoin + A Thousand Horses + Jon Black + Cas Haley + Roman Street

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