The Hangout Beach, Music & Arts Festival

Three solid days of headliner performers at The Hangout Beach, Music & Arts Festival in Gulf Shores, AL, May 14-16, 2010.

Three days of non-stop concerts on four stages at The Hangout Beach, Music & Arts Festival in Gulf Shores, Alabama, May 14-16, 2010.

The first major music fest to be held at the beach on Alabama’s Gulf Shores island is scheduled for May 14-16, 2010.

The four stages for The Hangout Beach, Music & Arts Festival will highlight some pretty terrific talent over the three-day event, with music playing non-stop from noon to 11 p.m. each of those days.

Some of the acts are still being finalized—the plan is to have more than 60 bands—but you are sure to find some favorites among this initial slate:

Zac Brown Band
John Legend
Alison Krauss and Union Station (featuring Jerry Douglas)
The Flaming Lips
The Black Crowes
Gov’t Mule
Michael Franti and Spearhead
Trey Anastasio and TAB
Rodrigo Y Gabriela
Blind Boys of Alabama
Ben Harper and Relentless 7
Girl Talk
Roman Street
Brett Dennen
Kristy Lee
Keller Williams
Funky Meters
Jerry Jeff Walker
The Whigs
Ray LaMontagne
Pnuma Trio
Black Joe Lewis and the Honey Bears
Toubab Krewe
Davy Knowles and Back Door Slam
El Cantador
Mat Hires
A.A. Bondy
North Mississippi All-stars
Rachel Goodrich
Moon Taxi

Public three-day passes cost $159. One-day passes may become available at a later date. For details on ticket purchases, as well as more bands and other to-be-announced activities, check out The Hangout Beach, Music & Arts Festival website.

Planning for the festival is easier when you make your lodging reservations through Meyer Real Estate. Choose from the island’s largest number of houses and condos on or near the beach. Stay in Gulf Shores for easy festival access. Or get the fourth night FREE in Orange Beach, Fort Morgan or Perdido Key when using the promo code XMUS.

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  1. We would LOVE to post a schedule, but the event folks have not released one yet. We will do our best to make it known to our visitors just as soon as the organizers have it ready.

  2. I wish a day by day schedule was posted here or on the fest site. Hate to buy a $150+ ticket, make and pay for lodging reservations only to find out I could see all the acts I wish to see on one day (or worse have them all overlap show times on different stages!!!) A little help here?

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