Wanee Festival Announces 2011 Lineup: Allman Brothers, Robert Plant, Ween, and 40 Others

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You will spend almost every day of your life in a monkey suit, tracking the mysterious movements of the market, haunting the office, and hoarding overtime hours. But for the weekend of Thursday, April 14 through Saturday, April 16, unleash your inner neo-hippie and say, "Screw the man and his fucking straightjacket!"

Go gas up the VW bus, drop some acid, forget to shower for four days, and pop your favorite bluesy cosmic free folk psych-fuzz soul jam band mixtape into the 8-track player while burning rubber up I-75 to the cozy little enclave of Live Oak, Florida for this year's Wanee Festival.

Tickets go on sale today. See the cut for the fest's full 43-band lineup.

The 2011 Wanee Festival Lineup

-The Allman Brothers Band

-Widespread Panic

-Robert Plant & The Band of Joy

-The Steve Miller Band

-Warren Haynes Band

-Derek Trucks & Susan Tedeschi Band

-Jaimoe's Jasssz Band


-Stephen Marley

-Sharon Jones & The Dap Kings

-Mike Gordon

-Hot Tuna

-7 Walkers and Bill Kreutzmann


-Taj Mahal

-North Mississippi Allstars

-Keller Williams

-John Popper & The Duskray Troubadours

-The Radiators

-Wanda Jackson

-Rusted Root

-Oteil Burbridge and The Lee Boys

-Dirty Dozen Brass Band

-Big Gigantic

-Melvin Seals & JGB

-Karl Denson's Tiny Universe

-Ivan Neville's Dumpstaphunk

-New Deal


-Tea Leaf Green

-DJ Logic

-Toubob Krewe

-Devon Allman's Honeytribe

-Bobby Lee Rodgers Trio

-Soul Rebels Brass Band

-Guitar Shorty


-Honey Island Swamp Band

-Kevin Hammond

-Death on Two Wheels

-The Yeti Trio

-Jacob Jeffries Band

-Griffin Anthony

Wanee Festival. Thursday, April 14 to Saturday, April 16. Spirit of the Suwanee, 3076 95th Dr., Live Oak, Florida. A four-day festival pass costs $185.50 plus fees via livenation.com. Visit waneefestival.com.

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