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Wish I was going to be there!

New Orleans Jazz Festival 2012 with Eagles, Foo Fighters, John Mayer, Tom Petty

The New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival will feature The Eagles, Tom Petty, The Foo Fighters, and John Mayer among the hundreds of acts playing the festival in 2012. The party goes down across two weekends from April 27th to May 6th, and will be spread over a dozen (or so) stages.

With so much talent loaded onto this bill, it’s impossible to pinpoint just a couple featured acts. Al Green, Bon Iver, Herbie Hancock, My Morning Jacket, Iron & Wine, Feist, Florence + the Machine, and Jill Scott are all deserving festival headliners in their own right, but they represent just a fraction of the nationally recognized talent on this year’s packed festival lineup.

Festival producer Quint Davis said of landing The Eagles and Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers:

They’ve been on our most in demand list for…

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Bamboozle 2012 features Blink 182, Bon Jovi and Foo Fighters.

The 2012 Bamboozle lineup is gradually rolling in. Bon JoviFoo Fighters and Blink 182 featured on a leaked flyer yesterday, when Ticketmaster jumped the gun on posting their event listing, with the promotional flyer featured prominently on the page. We now have another handful of artists confirmed for the festival:

Yep – the head honcho of the Jersey Shore clan (sorry, Sitch) will bring his DJ talents to Bamboozle 2012. Wonder where he’ll set up his private smashquarters…?

The festival goes down May 18th-20th, 2012 at Asbury Park in New Jersey. Tickets will cost $65 for Friday passes, $75 apiece for the weekend dates or $190 for a 3-day pass. We’ll keep you posted as more information rolls in.

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Wish I could make it. Who is going??

Ticketmaster leaked the 2012 Bamboozle lineup.

Looks like a Ticketmaster gaffe has leaked the Bamboozle 2012 headliners a little ahead of schedule. Bon Jovi, Foo Fighters and Blink 182 all appear in a promotional image on a page that was shared 2500+ times between Facebook and Twitter before Ticketmaster realized they’d jumped the gun on the announcement. The page has since been taken down, but the information is out there now.

Tickets are $65 for Friday passes, $75 apiece for the weekend dates or $190 for a 3-day pass. No word yet on when they’re supposed to go on sale (Ticketmaster errors aside).

Praise be to NJ Underground for spotting this.

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