Shake out of festival fatigue with Arcade Fire, Modest Mouse, Jason Isbell, T-Pain, and a private steamboat.
NYC festival also boasts Migos, Cardi B, SZA, David Byrne, St. Vincent, The xx, Father John Misty, Fleet Foxes, The War on Drugs, Charlotte Gainsbourg, Gucci Mane, and more.
Kendrick Lamar, LCD Soundsystem, The National, The War on Drugs, Mastodon, and Portugal. the Man were among the night’s winners — but the Grammys mostly played it safe.
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Supporting their latest full-length, A Deeper Understanding.
Sturgill Simpson, Portgual. the Man, Jenny Lewis, George Clinton & The Parliament Funkadelic, Kurt Vile & The Violators, Woods are also set to appear at the New York festival.
Louisville festival also boasts The War on Drugs, Father John Misty, Jimmy Eat World, Kurt Vile & The Violators, Jenny Lewis, Vic Mensa, and Margo Price.
Atlanta festival also promises Tenacious D, Fleet Foxes, The War on Drugs, Courtney Barnett, The Distillers, Julian Casablancas’ The Voidz, Franz Ferdinand, Jimmy Eat World, and more.
Eminem, Beyoncé, The Weekend, David Byrne, A Perfect Circle, St. Vincent, Vince Staples, SZA, Cardi B, HAIM, Fleet Foxes, Jamiroquai, and more.
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Music’s most prestigious awards show is getting better but still has a lot of catching up to do.