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Cypress Hill Smokeout - complete lineup

Danny Brown, Mobb Deep and MSTRKRFT are among the final round of artists added to the bill for the Cypress Hill Smokeout, which takes place March 6th, 2012 in San Bernandino, CA. They’ll join headliners Sublime with Rome, Korn and Wiz Khalifa at the day-long festival and marijuana advocacy expo.

This is the last round of lineup announcements out of Guerilla Union’s camp, so the poster above represents the complete 2012 lineup (with the promise of “surprise performances,” of course). It was also revealed that the previously billed Low End Theory set – the party at the heart of LA’s experimental hip-hop scene – will be occupying its very own stage, with founding crew Daddy Kev, Nobody, Gaslamp Killer, D-Styles and Nocando holding down the futurebeat scene the whole day through.

The event will also feature hemp and marijuana advocacy panels, trade shops and a…

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