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Bonnaroo 2013 Festival Scheduled Line-up

Definitely favouring a more urban feel than previous years, Bonnaroo 2013 is definitely seeming to be one of the year’s most appealing festivals. Manchester, Tennessee is now used to putting on the prestigious festival event, with the White Castle in Murfreesboro being amongst the best staff to advice you about the various precautions to take in planning your trip. Buy your tickets today when they’re first released to the public, as I’d be extremely surprised if they didn’t sell out.

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Some of the Hip Hop/Electronica highlights at the 2013 Bonnaroo include:

Wu-Tang Clan, Kendrick Lamar, Nas, R. Kelly, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, A$AP Rocky, Porter Robinson, A-Trak, Earl Sweatshirt, Big K.R.I.T., AraabMUZIK, Action Bronson

And lets not ignore the other performers of other genres, hardly to be sneezed at:

Paul McCartney,
Mumford & Sons,
Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers,
Pretty Lights,
Daniel Tosh,
The National,
The Lumineers,
David Byrne & St. Vincent,
Passion Pit,
The xx,
Grizzly Bear,
Animal Collective,
Of Monsters and Men,
ZZ Top,
Beach House,
Cat Power,
Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeroes,
Jim James,
“Weird Al” Yankovic,
Tame Impala,
Soul SuperJam ft. Jim James with John Oates, Zigaboo Modeliste (of the Meters), Preservation Hall Jazz Band and more TBA!,
Ed Helms Bluegrass Situation Superjam with special guests
Boys Noize,
Glen Hansard,
Gov’t Mule,
Gaslight Anthem,
Portugal. The Man,
Wolfgang Gartner,
Billy Idol,
Sam Bush & Del McCoury,
Dwight Yoakam,
Local Natives,
Matt & Kim,
Dirty Projectors,
Trombone Shorty,
John McLaughlin and the 4th Dimension,
Noam Pikelny & Friends,
Amadou & Mariam,
Father John Misty,
The Tallest Man On Earth,
Walk The Moon,
Preservation Hall Jazz Band
The Vaccines,
Paper Diamond,
Holy Ghost!,
Divine Fits,
Mike Birbiglia,
Purity Ring,
Frank Turner,
Allen Stone,
Lee Fields & The Expressions,
Fatoumata Diawara,
Two Gallants,
The Sheepdogs,
Four Tet,
Death Grips,
Wild Nothing,
John Fullbright,
Django Django,
Killer Mike,
Ariel Pink’s Haunted Graffiti,
twenty | one | pilots,
Milo Greene,
Lord Huron,
Jason Isbell & The 400 Unit,
Charli XCX,
JEFF The Brotherhood,
Drew Holcomb and the Neighbors,
Sea Wolf,
JD McPherson,
Trixie Whitley,
Deap Vally,
Patrick Watson,
Nicki Bluhm & the Gramblers,
The Stepkids,
Aoife O’Donovan,
Matthew E. White

Press Releases

GRINGO STAR US TOUR STARTS OCTOBER 3RD DEBUT ALBUM, ALL Y’ALL RELEASED NOVEMBER 4 (My Anxious Mouth Records) Produced by Ben H. Allen (Gnarls Barkley, Animal Collective).

GRINGO STAR US TOUR STARTS OCTOBER 3RD DEBUT ALBUM, “ALL Y’ALL” RELEASED NOVEMBER 4 (My Anxious Mouth Records) Produced by Ben H. Allen (Gnarls Barkley, Animal Collective).

By condensing a palate of swirling and innovative guitar voyages and a sweat-soaked baroque punk ethos that loses itself in carpet-crawling majesty, Gringo Star has emerged as Atlanta’s favorite rock and roll sons. Brothers Nick and Pete Furgiuele, along with Pete DeLorenzo and Matt McCalvin have continually built momentum, crisscrossing the country and honing their chops on rock and roll’s frontline.

Crafting an art-damaged and intense presence, the group’s sound falls somewhere between The Animals, Motown and The Kinks. In person, the group’s soft-spoken demeanor instills a sense of alluring mystery, but on stage, Gringo Star explode. Never ones to hang on to the same instruments for too long, each member of the group sprints and hurdles from station to station, swapping out guitar for bass for drums for voice, keyboard for accordion, kazoo for tambourine. As a result, the band’s multifaceted musicianship culminates in dense and cerebral rock mantras that are hard-wired to the head and heart.

“The band’s music is incontestably real and is delivered in such a genuine manner that can be nothing short of enjoyable” The Savannah Chronicle

“Gringo Star filled the room, capturing the audience’s attention, as they stole the show with their driving Southern garage rock and impeccable rhythm” Golden Gate X Press

“Rock ‘n roll with a bit of edge about it…it has enough twists and turns to mark Gringo Star as a band to watch. Wild and free, rock at its finest” Americana UK magazine


Oct 3 – Star Bar – Atlanta, GA
Oct 4 – Star Bar – Atlanta, GA
Oct 8 – Preservation Pub – Knoxville, TN
Oct 9 – On The Rocks – Little Rock, AR
Oct 10 – Sticky Fingers – Little Rock, AR
Oct 11 – Exit/In – Nashville, TN
Oct 12 – Off Broadway – St. Louis, MO
Oct 13 – Day Trotter Session – Rock Springs, IL
Oct 13 – Huckleberry’s Pizza Parlour – Rock Springs, IL
Oct 14 – Beat Kitchen – Chicago, IL
Oct 15 – Southgate House – Covington, KY
Oct 16 – The Matinee – Cleveland, OH
Oct 17 – The Bog – Scranton, PA
Oct 18 – Chameleon Club – Lancaster, PA
Oct 19 – BAR – New Haven, CT
Oct 20 – Mercury Lounge – New York, NY
Oct 24 – Green Eggs And Jam – Boone, NC
Oct 25 – JJ’s Bohemia – Chattanooga, TN