The Hangout Music festival Sells-Out of All 3-Day Passes

The Hangout Music Fest Sells-Out of All 3-Day Passes

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The Hangout Music Fest organizers have announced the sell- out of all 3-day passes for May 17-19, 2013. With all levels of weekend passes—including General Admission, VIP, Super VIP and Big Kahuna—purchased by concertgoers, this marks the third consecutive sell-out for the popular festival, staged annually in what MTV.com called "the postcard-perfect setting" of Gulf Shores, AL.   However, fans still have a chance to attend Hangout 2013, courtesy of partners AL.com and Brett-Robinson vacation rentals, with a limited number of single-day tickets to be offered online and put on sale daily at the Hangout site for walk-up customers.
 
"We're thankful that so many music lovers from across the country have decided to make Gulf Shores their destination to enjoy an epic weekend of music and ocean-side fun," said Shaul Zislin, founder of the Hangout Music Fest.  "See you on the beach!"
 
The Letting Go Stage: Umphrey's McGee, Railroad Earth, Drew Holcomb and The Neighbors, Hayes Carll, Reptar, and St. Paul and The Broken Bones
The Boom Boom Tent: Benny Benassi, Dillon Francis, LOTUS, Conspirator, Quixotic, Wick-it the Instigator, Future Rock, and MTV contest winner, Johnnyswim.
 
The Hangout Stage: Kings of Leon, Passion Pit, Jim James Band, The Breeders, and Twin Sister. 
The Chevrolet Stage: The Shins, Grizzly Bear, Toots & The Maytals, and Lissie. 
The Boom Boom Tent: Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, AfroJack, Ra Ra Riot, and Lance Herbstrong. 
The Letting Go stage: Big Gigantic, Ryan Bingham, The Sheepdogs, and Twenty Ι One Ι Pilots.
The BMI Stage: Anders Osbourne, The Weeks, Luella and The Sun, and Colin Lake.
 
The Hangout Stage: Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, The Black Crowes, Gov't Mule, Shovels & Rope, and Delta Rae. 
The Chevrolet Stage: Bassnectar, The Roots, Dirty Projectors, and Nikki Bluhm and the Gramblers. 
The Boom Boom Tent: Kendrick Lamar, Wolfgang Gartner, Public Enemy, and Brassft Punk. 
The Letting Go stage: Slightly Stoopid, Holy Ghost!, Bright Light Social Hour, and The Werks. 
The BMI Stage:  The Tontons, Chancellor Warhol, Space Capone, and Wild Cub.
 
The Hangout Stage: Stevie Wonder, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Ellie Goulding, and Grouplove. 
The Chevrolet Stage: Trey Anastasio Band, Imagine Dragons, Galactic, and Best Coast. 
The Boom Boom Tent: Steve Aoki, Porter Robinson, Baauer, and Zion I. 
The Letting Go stage: Bloc Party, moe., Moon Taxi, and The Revivalists. 
The BMI Stage: Jason Isbell & 400 Unit, Kingston Springs, The Wild Feathers, and The Mowgli's.
 
The Hangout Fest site will also feature art installations from Southern artists Bruce Larsen and Nall. Gulf Coast-based Larsen's larger-than-life outdoor sculptures are built from contemporary salvaged materials including discarded tractor parts, bones, gears, fans and much more. Larsen's sculptures appear on the grounds of the United States Sports Academy and the University of South Alabama, as well as the collections of the Crown Prince of Bahrain, President Bill Clinton, Robert Plant and more.  A Southern artist with an international following, Nall has a unique style that has captivated the attention of the world.  A prolific and exciting painter, Nall is also well known for his monumental sculptures and porcelain. His sculptures have been shown over the globe, including in France, the U.S., in Italy at The Basilica of Saint Francis of Assisi, and Monaco, where his "Peace Frame" is permanently installed.

Hangout attendees will have Catch A Chevy available to get a ride between local lodging and the stages. Chevrolet will have 20 vehicles hitting the streets between May 17-19 from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Concertgoers can find a ride near the west and north gates, or keep their eyes peeled for an empty Catch A Chevy on the street and flag the driver for a free lift to their destination.
 
Also from Chevrolet, Hangout Fest tickets can register their wristbands now to get access to the Chevrolet Water Slide, as well as a chance to win prizes including surprise passes to the Chevrolet VIP Cabana and on-stage viewing access on the Chevrolet stage.  Follow Chevrolet's Hangout behind-the-scenes stories, images and videos via Twitter @ChevyLife and #ChevyHangout and also via Chevrolet on Instagram.
 
For those that can't make it to the beach, MTV, VH1 and CMT will be bringing Hangout to a national audience by livestreaming from the festival at Hangout.MTV.com. Additionally, its various news and editorial organizations—including MTV News, VH1 News and CMT News—will provide fans at home with unmatched on-stage and backstage access to their favorite stars, up-to-the-minute festival news, and on-the-ground reporting, highlighting the fashions, personalities, breakout moments and unexpected events that define the spirit of the festival. 
 
Festival attendees are strongly urged to take advantage of the Hangout Music Fest shuttles.

 

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