North Coast Music Festival aftershows announced

SHARE North Coast Music Festival aftershows announced

The lineup was announced back in May, but the aftershows are on offer now.

Here is the schedule:

THURSDAY: Official NCMF Pre-Party w/ Chet Faker & Mount Kimbie – Concord Music Hall | 18+ – Tickets


Lettuce and BADBADNOTGOOD at Concord Music Hall, 18 and older

Future Rock and Orchard Lounge at House of Blues at 18 and older

What So Not and DJ Funk and Zebo at The Mid at 21 and older

Keys N Krates and PHNM at Bottom Lounge at 18 and older

Closed Sessions w/ Allan Kiingdom, Alex Wiley, Saba, & More at Cobra Lounge at 21 and older


Nicky Romero and Nathan Scott, The Mid at 21 and older

Adventure Club and Milk N Cookies – Bottom Lounge at 18 and older

FiyaWerks Boat Party w/ Talib Kweli & More at 18 and older

The New Deal, Cosby Sweater and Autobody at Concord, 18 and older

Chicago Afrobeat Project w/ Tony Allen at Double Door, 21 and older

Prob Cause, Itylyon and Ghosthouse at Schubas, 18 and older

Grandtheft and Midnight Conspiracy at Evil Olive, 21 and older


STS9 at House of Blues, 18 and older

Dada Life at The Mid, 21 and older

MK and Kevin Saunderson and J.Phlip at Transit, 21 and older

Ookay and Wick It the Instagator at Bottom Lounge, 18 and older

The Nth Power and Van Ghost at City Winery, 21 and older


NCMF Closing Party w/ Porn and Chicken at EvilOlive, 21 and older

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