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OutKast, Vampire Weekend coming to Big Guava Music Festival

Live Nation and the Florida State Fair Authority announced the lineup for an ambitious live music festival headlined by OutKast, Vampire Weekend and Foster The People at the fairgrounds May 2-4.

The Big Guava Music Festival, formerly the Funshine Music Festival, will have four stages, food trucks, thrill rides and craft beers and a packed three-day lineup that also includes Slightly Stoopid, Cake, Tegan And Sara and the Violent Femmes

Early bird tickets are on sale for $99 at bigguavafest.com.

The rest of the lineup is:

•Girl Talk

•Earl Sweatshirt

• Grouplove

• Haim

• Twenty One Pilots

• Jason Bonham's Led Zeppelin Experience

• Chance The Rapper

• Walk The Moon

• Blue October

• Band Of Skulls

• ZZ Ward

• Ms Mr

• Timeflies

• Hoodie Allen

• American Authors

• Deap Vally

• St. Lucia

• Smallpools

• Bear Hands

• Morning Parade

• Kitten

• Magic Man

• Jacuzzi Boys

• Gringo Star

• Unlikely Candidates

• Vic Mensa

• Terraplane Sun

• Jessica Hernandez And The Deltas

• Fly Union

OutKast, Vampire Weekend coming to Big Guava Music Festival 01/15/14 [Last modified: Wednesday, January 15, 2014 12:17pm]
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