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Round two of Wakarusa lineup announcements

Posted By on Thu, Jan 12, 2012 at 12:51 PM

Wakarusa unveiled the second set of lineup announcements yesterday.
  • Wakarusa unveiled the second set of lineup announcements yesterday.

Wakarusa today made its second round of lineup announcements. Some of the headliners announced today include Primus, Umphrey's McGee (two sets), Girl Talk, Fitz & The Tantrums, Big Gigantic, The Del McCoury Band, Quixotic (two sets), Tea Leaf Green, Gary Clark Jr., Iration, Blitzen Trapper, Emmitt-Nershi Band (two sets) and VibeSquaD (two sets).

You can check out the rest of the lineup over at Waka's facebook page. We'll keep you updated on the third and final lineup announcement.

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