The Osheaga Music and Arts Festival has announced the addition of Janelle Monáe, Cypress Hill, and Broken Social Scene to their 2011 lineup. They will be joining the already-announced headliners of Death Cab For Cutie, The Flaming Lips, and Eminem.
Osheaga Music and Arts festival is set to take place July 29 – 31 in Montreal, Quebec. Other new confirmed additions include Charles Bradley, Joseph Arthur, Baths, An Horse, Uncle Brad Advantage, A-Rock and Shaydakiss, Midway State, Jacques Green, DåM Funk, and Nanna Fabricus.
The festival’s daily schedule has been announced, and single-day passes are now available in addition to the already-available three-day tickets. Other artists set to appear include Elvis Costello & The Imposters, The Soft Bulletin, Kid Cudi, The Tragically Hip, Death From Above 1979, 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.