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February 25, 2011

Starscape Festival announces 2011 lineup: Steve Aoki, Bassnectar, Zeds Dead

Starscape Festival, the overnight, electronic and dance music festival that takes place on the shores of the Chesapeake Bay in June, announced its 2011 lineup today.

Among the performers are Bassnectar, Steve Aoki, and Zeds Dead.

For the festival, Fort Armistead Park will be divided into four areas: main stage, beach stage, dance tent, and drum and bass tent. 

Starcape starts at 2 p.m. June 4 ends at 6 a.m.  

The festival has been growing since it began 12 years ago. In 2007, some 7,000 people attended. And organizers say 2010 was the first year tickets sold out. 

Early tickets went on sale January 5. They are still available at the festival's website. General admission is $52.50, and VIP admission is $142.50. 

The full lineup is below: 

Starscape Festival 2011 line-up:

Main Stage
-Rabbit Live
-Infected Mushroom Live

Beach Stage
-Flux Pavillion & Doctor P
-Zeds Dead
-Excision & Datsik
-Paper Diamond
- Mux Mool

Dance Tent

-Bad Boy Bill
-Le Castle Vania
-Charles Feelgood
-Steve Aoki
-Hot Pink Delorean
-Feed Me
-Dillon Francis

Drum and Bass Tent
-LTJ Bukem

Photo: Last year's Starscape (Starscape official website)

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Posted by Erik Maza at 10:29 AM | | Comments (8)
Categories: Local music


woooooooooooooooooooooo yaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa

Wow, pretty weak. Glad I didn't waste money on a presale ticket.



This tweet pretty much sums up Steve Aoki:!/shitdj/status/37818614732173312

what r u sayin this line-up is crap what about infected mushroom yo

this will be us but VIP style :)

Will they all be playing at the same time? Between all 4 stages?

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