Pemberton Music Festival reveals daily schedules and adds Alice Cooper, Ludacris, Broken Social Scene to the lineup

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      The 2015 edition of the Pemberton Music Festival is just over a week away and daily lineup schedules have finally been released.

      Canada’s own Sam Roberts Band will be waiting for anybody who can get away from the office for the party’s first evening of Wednesday, July 15. They’ll be checking in early with The Glorious Sons, Basecamp, and the Will Ross Band.

      American rapper J. Cole will close the main stage on Thursday, July 16. Bassnector, Billy Talent, Sam Roberts Band, The War on Drugs, G-Eazy, and Beirut will lead up to his performance.

      Friday, July 17 will see American blues revivalists the Black Keys take the lineups top spot. They’ll be joined by Tiësto, Kid Cudi, Passion Pit, Banks, and Galactic featuring Macy Gray.

      Saturday, July 18 is California alt-rock veterans Weezer, plus Broken Social Scene, Alice Cooper, Ludacris, Chromeo, Chet Faker, De La Soul, and Paul Oakenfold.

      That leaves Compton writer Kendrick Lamar to close the festival’s final night on Sunday, July 19. Missy Elliott is also performing Sunday, plus Chvrches, Dan Mangan + Blacksmith, Tobias Jesso Jr, and Full Flex Express featuring Jack Ü (Skrillex + Diplo) plus more big names in EDM.

      Ticket holders paying close attention will notice a few names previously announced. New additions to the festival revealed today include American shock-rock pioneer Alice Cooper, Canadian indie band Broken Social Scene, Atlanta-based rapper Ludacris, plus G-Eazy, Shakey Graves, Zhu, Tune Yards, and the Glorious Sons, among others.

      Today single-day tickets also became available. Those are going for $129 plus $29 for a shuttle pass (plus the usual extra fees and service charges). Note single-day camping passes are not being made available.

      For complete daily schedules visit pembertonmusicfestival.com.

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      Smokey

      Jul 7, 2015 at 12:39pm

      I wonder if the PMF will have its own huge brigade of firefighters for all those drunk high festivalgoers throwing their cigarette butts on the ground and out of car windows...
      #atleastWhistlerwillburntotheground

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