Thursday, January 10, 2013

Wakarusa 2013 Lineup part two: Umphrey's McGee, Amon Tobin, Calexico, AraabMuzik and more

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Wakarusa released the second installment of its 2013 lineup today.
  • Wakarusa released the second installment of its 2013 lineup today.

This morning, Wakarusa dropped the second of its three-part lineup announcement. Topping the bill are proggy jam faves Umphrey's McGee, erstwhile jam/alt-rockers Dispatch and video game-soundtracking electronica giant Amon Tobin.

Other intriguing additions to the festival's lineup that jumped out: Calexico, Karl Denson's Tiny Universe, AraabMuzik, The Coup (which means that dude, Boots Riley is going to be in Arkansas!), and Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs.

Read the rest of the lineup announced today after the jump. Here's the first part of the lineup.

Get your tickets here.

Wakarusa 2013 Lineup Part 2:

Dispatch

Amon Tobin

Umphrey's McGee

SOJA

Shpongle presents The Masquerade

Calexico

Mutemath

Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs

Karl Denson's Tiny Universe

Criolo

Gramatik

Emancipator

AraabMuzik

Papadosio

Deap Vally

The Coup

The Green

Baauer

The Werks

Red Baraat

Band of Heathens

Andreilien [Heyoka]

RL Grime

Janover & ReSunator

Karsh Kale

Abakus

Anuhea

The Apache Relay

The Brothers Comatose

Earphunk

Nic Cowan

Tornado Rider

David Wax Museum

Spirit Family Reunion

Buffalo Killers

Eitch

The Ben Miller Band

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