Virginia Key Grassroots 2013 Lineup: Rusted Root, Donna the Buffalo, MC Yogi, 20 Others

"The sun is shining, the breeze is softly blowing, and we're thinking of you."

Those far-out good vibes come courtesy of your friends at the Virginia Key Grassroots Festival of Music and Dance, who've just announced the 2013 lineup for their second annual South Floridian celebration of Cajun, country, blues, reggae, rock, and hip-hop.

From February 21 to 24, Grassroots fest founders Donna the Buffalo will be flocking to Virginia Key Beach Park, along with Rusted Root and MC Yogi, and 38 other groovy crews, including locals like Spam Allstars, Suénalo, and Locos Por Juana

Just check the cut for the Virginia Key Grassroots' 2013 lineup so far.

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Virginia Key Grassroots 2013 Lineup

-Rusted Root

-Donna the Buffalo

-MC Yogi

-Spam Allstars

-Keith Frank & his Soileau Zydeco Band


-Locos Por Juana



-Call 2 Rise


-Elastic Bond

-Equanimous Minds

-Greg Humphreys

-Jah High Towa

-Jose Conde

-Lizzy Ross

-Mipso Trio

-Nag Champayons

-Preston Frank & his Zydeco Family Band

-The Resolvers

-Revelation Mizik

-Uproot Hootenany

Virginia Key Grassroots Festival 2013. Thursday, February 21, to Sunday, February 24. Historic Virginia Key Beach Park, 4020 Virginia Beach Dr., Key Biscayne. Four-day festival passes cost $90 and up via grassrootsstore.org. Call 786-409-5261 or visit virginiakeygrassroots.com.

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