2009 Langerado Music Festival

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The seventh Langerado Festival was scheduled to be held on March 6–8, 2009. The festival was planned to move to Bicentennial Park in Miami, Florida.[1]

This caused controversy among fans who disliked the direction the festival is heading, considering it "selling out" and saying it will lose the unique character of the festival. Another concern was the availability of parking and places to stay in Miami, as many people who attended the previous festivals simply camped out at the park or nearby camping sites. On February 3, it was announced that Langerado 2009 would be canceled due to sluggish ticket sales resulting from disenchantment over the new location, atypical lineup, and lack of onsite camping.[2]


The initial lineup was posted on December 9, 2008.[3]

Death Cab for CutieSnoop DoggThievery CorporationSlightly StoopidRyan Adams and the CardinalsDashboard ConfessionalThe PoguesMatisyahuFlogging MollyMichael Franti & SpearheadBroken Social SceneCafé TacubaUmphrey's McGeeThe Disco BiscuitsRobert Randolph & The Family BandPepperThe FaintCold War KidsSteel PulsePublic EnemyGym Class HeroesTrickyGirl TalkChromeoMutemathBad BrainsOzomatliAgainst Me!George Clinton & Parliament / FunkadelicTortoiseDeVotchKaBlack KidsGrupo FantasmaHoly FuckBudos BandTokyo Police ClubLotusThe VirginsThe Gaslight AnthemKing Khan and the ShrinesLuceroMursRa Ra RiotTortured SoulRebelutionK'NaanThe EggZac Brown BandTigercityThe AggrolitesCloud CultSpam AllstarsRachel GoodrichBlue King BrownThe Heavy PetsAwesome New RepublicThe PostmarksSuenalo Sound System • Live Painting by LEBO • Modest MouseGene Ween BandDeerhunterAlberta Cross


  1. ^ "Langerado has a new home: Miami Florida". 30 Nov 2008. Archived from the original on 12 December 2008. Retrieved 9 Dec 2008. 
  2. ^ Tully, Johnathan (9 February 2010). "Langerado: Gone without so much as a goodbye". Palm Beach Post. Archived from the original on 24 July 2011. Retrieved 17 February 2010. 
  3. ^ "Initial 2009 Langerado Lineup Announced!". 8 Dec 2008. Archived from the original on 12 December 2008. Retrieved 9 Dec 2008.