Langerado Kicks into Full Gear

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Alright, Langerado is in it's first full day and early reports are indicating that the music is rocking, the crowds are thick, and the drug busts have already started.

Watch your ass people. Cops are on the lookout so be safe and stay out of jail.

There's a couple of solid local music acts ready to play today like Spam Allstars and the Heavy Pets. And a bunch of big names as well like the Roots, the Beastie Boys, and Vampire Weekend.

Stay tuned to this site for continual news coverage from Langerado all weekend long.

Once again, here's the line-up in case you need it.

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