The Langerado Music Festival was held each spring in southern Florida from 2003 to 2008, and it attracted several top shelf musical acts over the years, such as the Beastie Boys, R.E.M., the Black Crowes and the Flaming Lips.

The festival was held in various locations around the Fort Lauderdale area for the first several years, but in 2008 it was moved to the Big Cypress Seminole Indian Reservation.

Organizers planned a 2009 festival, but poor ticket sales forced its cancellation, and no new dates for the event have been announced.

Sluggish ticket sales have caused the cancellation of the 2009 Langerado Music Festival. The three-day event was scheduled to take place March 6-8 in downtown Miami, FL, at Bicentennial Park on Biscayne Bay. All tickets purchased will be refunded in the next five to seven business days, according to... Read more
Death Cab for Cutie, Snoop Dogg, Ryan Adams and the Cardinals, Thievery Corporation, Slightly Stoopid and Dashboard Confessional are the main artists for the seventh annual Langerado Music Festival to be held in its new home at Bicentennial Park in Miami, FL, on March 6-8. Tickets go on sale... Read more
The seventh annual Langerado Music Festival will have a new location in sunny Florida next year. The multi-day, multi-stage music and arts fest is moving downtown to Miami’s Bicentennial Park on Biscayne Bay for three days of music from March 6-8, 2009. “The City of Miami is utterly delighted... Read more
The Beastie Boys, R.E.M. and Ani DiFranco are among the artists scheduled to appear at the 2008 Langerado Music Festival, scheduled for March 6-9. This year’s version of the annual event will also feature Phil Lesh & Friends, 311, Matisyahu, Thievery Corporation, the Roots and 80 additional acts spread... Read more
By Jane Cohen and Bob Grossweiner Entering its sixth year, the 2008 Langerado Music Festival in Florida, set for March 6-9, has established its place as the unofficial kickoff to music festival season. Next year, organizers are taking it to the next level and moving the event to the... Read more