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The Great Googamooga: New Fest in Brooklyn

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TICKETS AVAILABLE THURSDAY MARCH 15 AT 12 PM EST VIA GOOGAMOOGA.COM

Superfly Presents, the co-founders and producers of Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival and Outside Lands Music & Arts Festival, announced that it will be producing The Great GoogaMooga, a food, drink and music festival in Brooklyn's Prospect Park on May 19-20, 2012.

The Festival will feature two stages of music with 10 artists per day, both located in the Nethermead Meadow. Programming will be a mix of national and local artists from different genres. Performances start at noon and end at 8:30 pm on Saturday. Performances start at noon and end at 7:30 pm on Sunday. Music will be announced soon.

Spanning across the park's Nethermead area and making for the ultimate sensory experience, GoogaMooga will host approximately 75 food vendors, 35 brewers, 30 winemakers and 20 live music performances.

General Admission at GoogaMooga is free but attendees must register to obtain a ticket to the event; the festival has the capacity to host tens of thousands of food and music fans per day. Concessions in General Admission will be priced individually. There will also be a limited amount of tickets to a paid-for, all-inclusive experience: “Extra Mooga."

Extra Mooga will include performances by culinary luminary Anthony Bourdain and Parks and Recreation star and comedian Aziz Ansari as well as aDJ Set by James Murphy, (DFA Records / LCD Soundsystem).

Ticketing for both General Admission and Extra Mooga will open on Thursday, March 15, 2012 at 12pm EST at googamooga.com.

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