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Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Wakarusa releases 2014 stage schedule

Posted By on Wed, Apr 23, 2014 at 1:33 PM

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The 11th Annual Wakarusa Music Festival, set to be held at Mulberry Mountain in Northwest Arkansas June 5-8, has released its 2014 stage schedule, for those of you looking to plan your weekend out in advance. This year's event features The Flaming Lips, BASSNECTAR, The String Cheese Incident, STS9, Dr. Dog and really just so many bands, some of which sound made-up (Cowgirl's Train Set? The Pimps of Joytime?) 

Tickets and passes of all varieties, prices and hierarchies are available now at their site. For those of you averse to the grime and smeared face-paint and bug-bitten exhaustion of the outdoor music festival lifestyle, Wakarusa is this year offering a special glamping option (that's "glamour camping" for those of you who don't watch HGTV), with room-and-board prices ranging from $650 to $1000 (plus a $300 renter's deposit).

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