|The Killers Performing Live. Image courtesy of Creative Commons
is hosting a one-of-a-kind music festival this Fall, scheduled for November 12 and 13 at the Citrus Bowl.
The Orlando Calling Festival will feature a variety of top musical acts, including The Killers, who are co-headlining the event. They join Kid Rock and Bob Seger as the festival’s top acts. Other popular performers include the Avett Brothers, The Raconteurs, Doobie Brothers, the Pixies, the Roots, O.A.R., Buddy Guy, Warren Haynes, the Flatlanders, Jenny and Johnny, Pete Yorn, Gavin DeGraw, Drive-By Truckers, Civil Twilight, Iron and Wine, Blake Shelton, Lucero and Michelle Branch, among others.
Four stages will also be set-up to feature up-and-coming and classic American bands. The first day will highlight modern rock, while the second day pays tribute to classic rock. A coffee-house style stage will be set up as well to showcase more intimate performances.
The schedule of performances is as follows:
The Killers will headline the festival’s opening day on Nov. 12, on a bill with the Raconteurs, Pixies, the Avett Brothers, The Roots, O.A.R., Iron & Wine, Pete Yorn, Jenny & Johnny, Gavin DeGraw, Drive-By Truckers, Dr. Dog, Civil Twilight, Lucero, the Felice Brothers, Ben Sollee and Renee & The Translators.
On Nov. 13, Seger will perform on a lineup with Kid Rock, country star Blake Shelton, the Doobie Brothers, Dwight Yoakam, Buddy Guy, the Warren Haynes Band, Chris Isaak, Brandi Carlile, Robert Randolph & the Family Band, the Flatlanders, Los Lonely Boys, Blues Traveler, Michelle Branch, Justin Townes Earle, the David Mayfield Parade and Orlando’s own ska favorites the Supervillains.
Tickets are on sale now. A one-day pass is $80; with a two-day pass is $145.
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