Hey West Palm Beach, Buckle Up for the Bamboozle Roadshow

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What we know for sure: West Palm Beach's Cruzan Amphitheatre will host the traveling version of the Bamboozle Festival on May 25. Specific acts for this date have not been announced, but a little checking in on Cobra Starship's Too Fast for Love dates with 3OH!3 confirms that these two acts will not be hitting the area until June 8's show in Pompano Beach.

According to the poster provided by Rolling Stone, All Time Low Boys Like Girls, LMFAO, and a band for all of the emo parents who dragged along, Third Eye Blind, are listed as headliners.

Other bands that could very well be making the trip to South Florida include: Hanson, Good Charlotte, A Cursive Memory, Simple Plan, Gym Class Heroes' Travie McCoy, Shwayze, hellogoodbye, Forever the Sickest Kids, Cartel, Cady Groves, Great Big Planes, I Fight Dragons, Mercy Mercedes, Stereo Skyline, the Downtown Fiction, the Ready Set, Vedera and Vita Chambers.

Check back at the Bamboozle Roadshow's official site for lineup announcements, and we're betting that some more details will come out by the time pre-sale tickets for the Roadshow go on sale March 3.

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