May 152010
 

Last night they made their presence known too, with a surprise appearance on stage with ZAC Brown Band and NOLA rapper Bad Medicine…

Preservation Hall Jazz Band to Replace Jakob Dylan at The Hangout Festival

(Gulf Shores, Ala.) –  Due to interrupted travel, Jakob Dylan & Three Legs featuring Neko Case & Kelly Hogan will no longer be performing today at The Hangout Beach, Music & Arts Festival. Festival organizers announced this morning that the Preservation Hall Jazz Band will take the Sony Playstation Stage at 7:15PM in place of Dylan.

“These are circumstances beyond our control,” festival organizer AJ Niland acknowledged this morning. “We are thrilled to have Preservation Hall Jazz Band, our neighbors from New Orleans, perform as part of this amazing weekend.”

Tickets are still available. The Box Office opens at 10 a.m.

Hangout Beach Music and Arts Festival:

WHEN: Friday, May 14  - Sunday, May 16

WHERE: 101 East Beach Boulevard, Gulf Shores, Alabama

(The Southern End of AL-Hwy 59)

TICKETS: $159 Three-Day Pass / $79 Day Passes

WEB SITE: www.hangoutmusicfest.com

CONFIRMED ARTISTS: Trey Anastasio and TAB, Zac Brown Band, John Legend, Ben Harper and Relentless7, The Black Crowes, Alison Krauss and Union Station featuring Jerry Douglas, Gov’t Mule, The Roots, Ray LaMontagne, Preservation Hall Jazz Band, Grace Potter and the Nocturnals, Michael Franti and Spearhead, Robert Randolph and The Family Band, Rodrigo Y Gabriela, Preservation Hall Jazz Band, Funky Meters, Blind Boys of Alabama, Matisyahu, Girl Talk, Guster, Brett Dennen, Keller Williams, Papa Mali & Friends, North Mississippi Allstars Duo, ALO, The Whigs, Ozomatli, OK Go, Orianthi, Davy Knowles & Back Door Slam, Pnuma Trio, Black Joe Lewis and the Honeybears, Toubab Krewe, Needtobreathe, Jeff Austin & Friends feat. Larry Keel, Matt Hires, A.A. Bondy, Rachel Goodrich, Moon Taxi, El Cantador, Kristy Lee, Roman Street, Kirsten Price, Honey Island Swamp Band, Wild Sweet Orange, Rustlanders, Ben Arthur, Hightide Blues, Jon Black, The Cary Laine Band, and Rollin’ in the Hay.