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Wednesday, April 4, 2012

Snoop to Riverfest

Posted By on Wed, Apr 4, 2012 at 11:18 AM

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Woo, woo. It'll be harder to hate on Riverfest this year (though I'm sure plenty will still try) after the festival's announcement today of four headliners — Snoop Dogg (!), Staind, B.O.B. and Neon Trees — none of which are nostalgia acts.

In fact, the lineup, which will be filled after Riverfest announces another headliner later today, is chock full of acts that you still hear on the radio.

UPDATE: The final act is Joe Walsh.

Be excited for Snoop. His last (woefully under-attended) concert in Little Rock was fantastic.

Friday, May 25
Bud Light Stage
Gov't Mule 7:00; Staind 9:30 p.m.
Miller Lite Stage
Neon Trees 7:30; Boyz II Men 9:45

Sat., May 26
Bud Light Stage
MUTEMATH 6:00; Chevelle 7:45; Third Eye Blind 9:30 p.m.
Miller Lite Stage
Lynyrd Skynyrd - 9:00 p.m. (playing a longer set)

Sun., May 27
Bud Light Stage
B.O.B. 7:30; Snoop Dogg 9:45
Miller Lite Stage
Little Big Town 7:30
HEADLINER TO BE ANNOUNCED 9:30

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