Thursday, January 17, 2013

STS9, Black Crowes, Snoop Lion, Gogol Bordello and more to Wakarusa

Posted By on Thu, Jan 17, 2013 at 10:42 AM

Wakarusa announced the third installment of its 2013 lineup this morning pic
  • Wakarusa announced the third installment of its 2013 lineup this morning.

Wakarusa revealed the third and final installment of its 2013 lineup a few minutes ago, and among the headliners are STS9, The Black Crowes, Snoop Lion, Gogol Bordello, Del the Funky Homosapien and Galactic.

The addition of STS9 will hopefully appease some of the "Dude, no Bassnectar, I'm not going. Waaaaah" crowd. Whatever. This is probably one of the best, most (relatively speaking) diverse lineups in the festival's history. There has been a bit of online complaining about how there's not as much bluegrass as in the past, but hey, there's an entire bluegrass festival at Mulberry Mountain in the fall.

The third lineup installment is after the jump. Here are the first and second lineup announcements.

Wakarusa 2013 Lineup Part 3:

STS9

The Black Crowes

Snoop Lion

Gogol Bordello

Grouplove

Galactic

Ozomatli

EOTO

Del the Funky Homosapien

Los Amigos Invisibles

GRiZ

Feilx Cartal

Lyrics Born

J Boog

Zion I

The Floozies

Milo Greene

Delta Rae

Moon Taxi

Langhorne Slim

Gaudi

Bluetech

Minnesota

DJ Solo

Lance Herbstrong

Kidnap Kid

D.V.S.

Govinda

Mingo Fishtrap

ZZ Ward

Flow Tribe

Nahko and Medicine for the People

Jon Wayne and The Pain

Holy Ghost Tent Revival

The Magic Beans

Dumptruck Butterlips

The 1 Oz. Jig

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