Art Basel Miami Beach

Lenny Kravitz Added to UR1 Festival Lineup

As sexy hit machine Lenny Kravitz might say: "Come On Get It."



Now, if the UR1 Festival's two-day love-in with Kanye West, Lou Reed, Jane's Addiction, The Offspring, Fun., Slash, Santigold, and 50 other sizzling superstars wasn't already the steamiest gang scene ever planned for Art Basel Miami Beach week ... The fest has just added rock-soul-psycheli-folk-funk balladeer, occasional actor, and hardbodied stud Lenny K.



Wanna get some "Superlove"? Just check the cut for the full UR1 Festival 2012 lineup.



See also:

-Kanye West, Lou Reed, Offspring Headlining UR1 Festival in Miami During Basel Weekend

-UR1 Festival Tickets On Sale! Right Effing Now!

-UR1 Fest Announces 17 Additional Acts: Ghostland Observatory, Reboot, Dan Deacon

-UR1 Festival Adds Another 24 Acts: Animal Collective, Flying Lotus, Jane's Addiction



UR1 Festival 2012's Lineup

*New Additions



-Kanye West

-Lou Reed

-The Offspring

-Keane

-Fun.

-Santigold

-Animal Collective

-Flying Lotus

-Slash

-Jane's Addiction

-Peter Murphy

-Dead Can Dance

-Lenny Kravitz*

-Zola Jesus

-Iggy Azalea

-Holy Ghost!

-Wild Nothing

-Glass Candy

-Tanlines

-Ghostland Observatory

-Pete Tong

-Erick Morillo

-Sven Väth

-Luciano

-Arty

-Armand Van Helden

-Bob Sinclar

-Reboot

-Kevens



Cocooon Heroes Arena

-Sven Väth

-Dubfire

-Carl Craig

-Guy Gerber

-Stacey Pullen

-Onur Özer

-Tobi Neumann



Circo Loco Arena

-Seth Troxler

-Damian Lazarus

-David Squillace

-The Martinez Brothers

-Cassy

-Matthias Tanzmann

-Dyed Soundorom

-Dan Ghenacia

-Luna City Express



Space Miami Arena

-Victor Calderone

-Boris

-Chus + Ceballos

-Norman Doray

-David Tort

-LA Riots

-Louis Puig

-Patrck M

-Cocodrills


UR1 Music Festival. Saturday, December 8, and Sunday, December 9. Bayfront Park, 301 Biscayne Blvd., Miami. Tickets cost $99 to $149 plus fees via wantickets.com. Visit ur1festival.com.




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