Here is your Orlando Calling lineup [UPDATED]

“But I do intend to put all the major acts on that have become very much part and parcel of what my festivals have become. And believe me, the major acts are very familiar with playing my festivals, and very comfortable with their managers, their agents. They will have, I feel, a good deal of comfort in the fact that it is me creating the festival in Orlando.” – festival organizer Melvin Benn (Glastonbury, Leeds, Reading), when announcing Orlando Calling, January 2011.

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Single Day Tickets:

$85 – General Field admission and reserved seating options

$165 – VIP

2-Day Weekend Tickets:

$150 — General Field admission and reserved seating options

$285 — VIP

 

SATURDAY, Nov. 12:

The Killers

The Pixies

Avett Brothers

The Roots

Raconteurs

OAR

Gavin DeGraw

Iron and Wine

Local Natives

Pete Yorn

Civil Twilight

Jenny & Johnny

Lucero

Dr. Dog

Justin Townes Earle

Felice Bros

UPDATE 7/21: The following acts weren’t part of the initial announcement, but are listed on the Saturday lineup at the festival’s site:

Gogol Bordello

Drive-By Truckers

Ben Sollee

Renee & the Translators

SUNDAY, Nov. 13:

Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band

Kid Rock

Doobie Brothers

Buddy Guy

Warren Haynes

Chris Isaak

Robert Randolph

Dwight Yoakam

Flatlanders

Los Lonely Boys

Blues Traveler

Brandi Carlile

The David Mayfield Parade

Michelle Branch

UPDATE 7/21: The following acts weren’t part of the initial announcement, but are listed on the Sunday lineup at the festival’s site:

Blake Shelton

Justin Townes Earle

The Supervillains

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12 responses to “Here is your Orlando Calling lineup [UPDATED]

  1. Well this is a schizophrenic line-up if I’ve ever seen one. Avett Brothers and Lucero? Awesome. Kid Rock? But… why…

  2. Not for me. Though it makes Warped Tour sound like fun.

  3. Totally smart way to do this thing… in theory. I think they’ll sell a ton of single day tickets, but marketing this to such vastly different audiences is going to be a challenge. Its 2 completely different events grouped together as a festival, which almost feels like a reckless experiment. Thought I do think Orlando is a perfect place to try & tread this line between the indie & mainstream mentalities… Either way its going to be interesting.

  4. at least i can stop obsessing over news for this now that i know i wouldn’t go even if the tickets were free.

  5. Pretty disappointing.
    They dropped the 3rd day?
    Only 35 bands on this lineup (they first announced 100). They should add some bands eventually, but gotta imagine a bunch got cut with the 3rd day.

  6. where????

  7. nevermind, found it, went to the site.

  8. haha, looks like if you’re gonna go, Saturday is the day to do it (although I love Buddy Guy)

  9. That’s a great lineup, despite the presence of Kid Rock and Gogol Bordello. Like Erin said, Saturday is definitely the better day.

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  11. Whoever did that infographic did a pretty nice job. Except, I’m unclear as it why it appears there’s a giant rain cloud above the stadium.

  12. I take back the Warped Tour comment. I reread that lineup. It makes Orlando Calling look like the first Lollapalooza.

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