The main attractions of the festival are multiple stages of live music featuring an eclectic assortment of music acts. Craftsman and artisans selling unique products, food and drink vendors, and other activities from various sponsors are offered. Rich Boyle is now going to appear at the festival as well as Chris G.
The second Langerado Music Festival was held on March 6, 2004 in the heart of downtown Hollywood, FL at the Young Circle Park, a curious little area full of baobob trees and surrounded by the quaint atmosphere of downtown. In excess of 4,000 people attended this show, which followed in the tradition of the previous year and was a single day event.
The lineup for the 2004 Langerado Music Festival included: Cake, moe., The Wailers, G. Love & Special Sauce, Sound Tribe Sector 9, Cracker, Drive By Truckers, MOFRO, Moshi Moshi, Perpetual Groove, ulu, Brothers Past, Rana, the Spam Allstars, Seth Yacovone Band, Whirlaway, louque, the Yoko Theory, and Way of the Groove.
The third Langerado Music Festival was held on March 12 and March 13 in 2005. This marked the first year of Langerado as a multi-day event and the debut of the festival at Markham Park in Sunrise, FL. Over 10,000 festival patrons flocked to the show in 2005. The 2005 Langerado was also the first time the event had multiple aftershows at various venues in the area, forming what came to be known as "Late-Night Langerado."
The lineup for the 2005 Langerado Music Festival included: The String Cheese Incident, Medeski Martin & Wood, Toots and the Maytals, Keller Williams, Karl Denson's Tiny Universe, Michael Franti & Spearhead, De La Soul, Umphrey's McGee, MOFRO, Particle, the Dirty Dozen Brass Band, Soulive, Antibalas Afrobeat Orchestra, the New Deal, Robert Walter's 20th Congress, New Monsoon, Donavon Frankenreiter, the Benevento Russo Duo, Kaki King, the Spam Allstars, the Hackensaw Boys, deSol, DJ Williams Projekt, Pencilgrass, and the Wrinkle Neck Mules.
The fourth Langerado music festival was once again held at Markham Park in Sunrise, Fl on March 11 and March 12 in 2006. The fourth installment of this festival series expanded further, with several pre and post festival shows. On March 10, the festival kicked off with a separately ticketed event at the Markham Park grounds called the "Langerado Sound Check" and featured a handful of artists not performing on the actual two-day festival. Each evening on all three days of the Langerado weekend, multiple late-night shows took place at venues such as the Culture Room and the Revolution. The festival drew a reported 12,000 attendees each day.
The lineup for the 2006 Langerado Music Festival included: Ben Harper & the Innocent Criminals, the Black Crowes, the The Flaming Lips, Wilco, the Meters, G. Love & Special Sauce, Robert Randolph & the Family Band, Keller Williams, Burning Spear, Slightly Stoopid, the Disco Biscuits, Umphrey's McGee, Michael Franti & Spearhead, the Secret Machines, Antibalas Afrobeat Orchestra, Drive-By Truckers, Mofro, Brazilian Girls, Clap Your Hands Say Yeah, Kinky, Lake Trout, Lotus, Kid Koala, Lyrics Born, Los Amigos Invisibles, RJD2, Steel Train, Brothers Past, Rose Hill Drive, The Spam Allstars, the New Mastersounds, and the Pnuma Trio.
Friday, March 9, 2007 - Sunday, March 11, 2007. This years lineup was expanded to three full days of music. Kicking off with late night Trey Anastasio and STS9 performances at Revolution on Thursday, March 8th. The festival was an amazing event with smiles and dancing abundant in all directions. No interruptions to the peace outside of one spectacular light show donated by the Sunrise police cars and a helicopter late Friday night in the parking lot and campgrounds.
Friday March 9: Trey Anastasio, moe., Sound Tribe Sector 9, Bela Fleck and the Flecktones, North Mississippi All Stars, Galactic, The Hold Steady, New Monsoon, Sharon Jones and the Dap-Kings, Tea Leaf Green, Assembly of Dust, Lotus
Saturday March 10: My Morning Jacket, Michael Franti and Spearhead, Medeski Martin and Wood, The Disco Biscuits, JJ Gray + Mofro, Soulive, Perpetual Groove, Yerba Buena, The Slip, Toubab Krewe, Apollo Sunshine
Sunday March 11: Widespread Panic, Matisyahu, O.A.R., The New Pornographers, Los Lobos, Taj Mahal, Toots and the Maytals, Cat Power and Dirty Delta, Pepper, Explosions in the Sky, New Orleans Social Club, The Mutaytor, Band of Horses, Girl Talk, The Spam Allstars, Rodrigo y Gabriela*, Kid Beyond.
Thursday March 8 @ Revolution Sound Tribe Sector 9
Thursday March 8 @ Revolution Trey Anastasio
Thursday March 8 @ Culture Room New Monsoon and Tea Leaf Green
Friday March 9 @ Revolution The Disco Biscuits
Friday March 9 @ Culture Room Mofro w/ special guest
Saturday March 10 @ Revolution Michael Franti & Spearhead
Saturday March 10 @ Culture Room North Mississippi Allstars w/ special guest The Slip
Sunday March 11 @ Culture Room Perpetual Groove
Lineup for Langerado 2008 included R.E.M., Beastie Boys, Phil Lesh, 311, Matisyahu, STS9 Thievery Corporation, The Roots, Gov't Mule, Ani DiFranco, Keller Williams, Ben Folds, G. Love & Special Sauce, Medeski, Scofield, Martin & Wood, Built to Spill, The National, Les Claypool, Umphrey's McGee, The Disco Biscuits, Mickey Hart Band, of Montreal, The Wailers, funky Meters, Citizen Cope, Antibalas, !!!, Dark Star Orchestra, Ozomatli, Sam Bush, Minus the Bear, Ghostland Observatory, Arrested Development, Blind Melon, Sierra Leone’s Refugee All Stars, The New Deal, Benevento/Russo Duo, Perpetual Groove, Railroad Earth, Martin Sexton, The Avett Brothers, Dead Confederate, Grace Potter and the Nocturnals, The Walkmen, Dr. Dog, Indigenous, State Radio, The Bad Plus, The Felice Brothers, Pelican, Yard Dogs Road Show, Brett Dennen, Earl Greyhound, The New Mastersounds, Dan Deacon, Josh Ritter, Pete Francis, Ryan Shaw, Blitzen Trapper, matt pond PA, The Dynamites feat. Charles Walker, Bassnectar, Balkan Beat Box, The Lee Boys, Shout Out Louds, Golem, The Wood Brothers, Busdriver, Raq, Will Hoge, Spam Allstars, Phix, American Babies, The Heavy Pets, Backyard Tire Fire, The Postmarks, Steel Train, Hoots and Hellmouth, Jonah Smith, Pnuma Trio, Awesome New Republic, That 1 Guy, Trevor Hall, American Bang, School of Rock All-Stars
Friday, March 7: The Dynamites, American Bang, School of Rock All Stars, Brett Dennen, Earl Greyhound, matt pond PA, Indigenous, Backyard Tire Fire, The Walkmen, Ozomatli, Sam Bush, The Wailers, The Heavy Pets, Vampire Weekend, G. Love & Special Sauce, Sierra Leone's Refugee All Stars, 311, Spam Allstars, !!!, The Roots, Mickey Hart Band, Built to Spill, Beastie Boys, Bassnectar, Umphree's McGee, Phix, Sound Tribe Sector 9
Saturday, March 8: The Postmarks, Blitzen Trapper, Trevor Hall, Railroad Earth, The Bad Plus, American Babies, State Radio, The Wood Brothers, New Mastersounds, Arrested Development, Avett Brothers (slated to play but were not there), Citizen Cope, Pnuma Trio, Dr. Dog, Ben Folds, Antibalas, Thievery Corporation, RAQ, The Benevento Russo Duo, Matisyahu, Medeski, Scofield, Martin & Wood, Ghostland Observatory, R.E.M., Pelican, The Disco Biscuits, The Lee Boys, Dan Deacon, Yard Dogs Road Show
Sunday, March 9: Chris Hartford & The Band of Changes, Will Hoges, Balkan Beat Box (slated to play but were not there), Hoots & Hellmouth, Jonah Smith, Martin Sexton, Josh Ritter, Shout Out Louds, funky Meters, Pete Francis, Keller Williams, Felice Brothers, Grace Potter & The Nocturnals, Gov't Mule, Steel Train, Minus The Bear, Ani DiFranco, Blind Melon, of Montreal, Phil Lesh & Friends, The National