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Monday, February 16, 2009

Wakarusa adds to line-up

Posted By on Mon, Feb 16, 2009 at 9:59 AM

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Last week, the Wakarusa Camping and Music Festival unveiled a dozen or so additions to its line-up. A couple big names — Black Crowes and Gov't Mule — and a few that big names in smaller circles — Cedric Burnside and Lightnin' Malcolm, Langhorne Slim, Wax Fang — and a lot of names I've never heart of.

The festival, now in its 6th year, but first on Mulberry Mountain in Ozark, is June 4-7. Previously held near Lawrence, Kan., the event has drawn as many as 30,000 in the past.

I'd say organizers still need to score a couple few more big names if they're hoping to return to those numbers.

Here's the current line-up.

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