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Raleigh’s Hopscotch Music Festival Announces 2017 Schedule + Artist Additions

Hopscotch Music Festival released the final 34 additions and the schedule for their 2017 festival.  After 7 years, the festival has expanded to a four-day format that concludes with an all-day show in Raleigh’s Red Hat Amphitheatre.

New highlights to the already stacked list of names are Kaytranada, Blanck Mass (aka Benjamin John Power of Fuck Buttons), Japanese Breakfast, the Jenn Wesner (of Wye Oak) side project Flock of Dimes, and Cayetana. See the full list below.

Also announced this week was the full festival schedule. The headliners will utilize two outdoor spaces, this year: City Plaza and the Red Hat Amphitheatre. Thursday, City Plaza will host Margo Price, Big Thief, and Skylar Gudasz. Friday will see Future Islands, The Make Up, with Birds of Avalon, while Saturday has Big Boi, iLoveMakkonen, and Body Games.

The amphitheater is running for 3 nights as well. Run the Jewels takes over Friday with Rhapsody and Busdriver. Saturday will see an all-day event being headlined by Solange with sets from Flock of Zensofly, Sir the Baptist, and more. Sunday’s hangover party is another all-day affair with Angel Olsen, Cloud Nothings, Mount Moriah, Mary Timony, and more.

You can see the full schedule here and start making those difficult decisions.

Artist Additions:

Kaytranada, iLoveMakonnen, Lee Fields & The Expressions, Blanck Mass, Japanese Breakfast, Songs: Molina, Madame Gandhi, Flock of Dimes, Rafiq Bhatia, Loamlands, Cayetana, Cende, G Yamazawa, Whores, Spaceface, P.A.T. Junior, ZenSoFly, Dylan Earl, The Veldt, Hand Habits, Faye, Blacksage, All the Saints, Beverly Tender, H.O.W., Floor Model, Bask, Jooselord Magnus, Lazer Background, BrassiousMonk, Acid Reign, Dim Delights, WNC String Ensemble, John Saturley

General Admission and VIP are on-sale now and can be found here and here.  Single day tickets will be on-sale Friday, June 28th at 10 am EST.

Hopscotch Music Festival takes place September 7th-10th in various venues across downtown Raleigh, NC.

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