Single, two-day tickets for North Coast Music Festival now available; daily lineup announced

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“Summer’s Last Stand,” better known as Chicago’s North Coast Music Festival, today released single and two-day tickets for this year’s festival, taking place September 4th – 6th, at Union Park.

Those tickets, as well as previously announced festival passes, are available at northcoastfestival.com

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The lineup for North Coast Music Festival

Also announced today, the daily lineup:

FRIDAY

Widespread Panic

Knife Party

The Glitch Mob

Wale

Gold Panda

Joe Russo’s Almost Dead

Rac

Dirty Dozen Brass Band

Exmag

Leather Cordouroys

Nahko & Medicine for the People

Quantic

Salva

Skizzy Mars

Slow Magic

SATURDAY

D’Angelo and The Vanguard

Chromeo

Porter Robinson (live)

Steve Aoki

The Roots

Booka Shade

Galactic, with Macy Gray

Jauz

Manic Focus

Shpongle (Simon Posford DJ set)

Humans

Leikeli47

Lilli K

Michael Menert

Phoebe Ryan

Sweater Beats

The Heard

The Main Squeeze

The O’My’s

Turbo Suit (featuring Joel Cummins of Umphery’s McGee)

SUNDAY

The Chemical Brothers

Atmosphere

Portugal. The Man

The Disco Biscuits

Tycho

Future Rock

Green VElvet

Kill the Noise

Snails

Soja

Twin Shadow

Wax Tailor (live)

Goldfish

Haywyre

Little People

Ne-Hi

Porn and Chicken

Soysauce

Stefan Ponce

Trippy Turtle

Turkuaz

Until the Ribbon Breaks

Zebo

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