The Montreal music festival Osheaga is now a full weekend extravaganza, extending its run into three music filled days.
Eminem, Elvis Costello & The Imposters, The Flaming Lips, The Soft Bulletin, Death Cab for Cutie and Kid Cudi are just a few of the stellar artists who will play at Parc Jean-Drapeau on July 29-31.
They will be joined by The Tragically Hip, Death From Above 1979, Kid Cudi, Bright Eyes, City and Colour, Ratatat, Karkwa, Sam Roberts Band, Malajube, Beirut, Bran Van 3000, Crystal Castles, Suuns, The Joy Formidable, John Butler Trio, The Sounds, The Pains of Being Pure at Heart, Sia, and Jamie xx.
Other artists include Claude Von Stroke, Eels, Yoav, Mountain Goats, Fucked Up, White Lies, Braids, Hey Rosetta!, Lights, Robot Koch, Shad, Manchester Orchestra, Twin Shadow, Anna Calvi, Smith Westerns, Tokyo Police Club, Bassnectar, MSTRKRFT, Jimmy Hunt, Galaxie, PS I Love You, Mother Mother, Brother, Natalia Kills, Girl Unit, The Low Anthem, The Luyas, Elephant Stone, The High Dials, Passwords, Jesuslesfilles, Typhoon.
“We are very excited to be able to expand to three days. In keeping with Osheaga tradition we have worked hard to come with a lineup that will speak to a wide range of music-lovers,” Nick Farkas, founder of Osheaga, said in a statement.
Early Bird Passes will go on sale April 15 at noon, with three-day passes at $197.50 and reserved seating passes at $349.50. After the Early Bird Passes sell out, regular three-day passes will be available for $217.50 and reserved seating passes for $369.50. Single and two-day passes will go on sale April 21 and are subject to availability.
Visit Osheaga’s website for more information and upcoming announcements.