North Coast Music Festival returns with David Guetta, Bassnectar, STS9, Wiz Khalifa, more

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Chicago never wants for three-day concert festivals during the summer, and the jammy/electronicish North Coast Music Festival, which debuted last year, returns this Labor Day weekend for another go-round.

The bulk of the lineup is now available …

Three-day passes still available for $95. Single-day tickets are $40. Click here.

Here’s who’s booked to play the festival, Sept. 2-4 in Chicago’s Union Park:

David Guetta

Bassnectar

STS9

Wiz Khalifa

Thievery Corporation

Fatboy Slim

Common

Rusko

Gogol Bordello

Benny Benassi

Carl Cox

ATB

Lotus

Of Montreal

Wolfgang Gartner

Major Lazer

Little Dragon

Future Rock

Neon Indian

Zeds Dead

Big Gigantic

The Budos Band

James Zabiela

SBTRKT

Soul Rebels Brass Brand

Paper Diamond

Felix Cartal

Auto Body

Van Ghost

The Hood Internet

Rubblebucket

Orchard Lounge

Keys N Krates

California Wives

Midnight Conspiracy

Team Bayside High

Gemini Club

Loyal Divide

BBU

Zebo

The Coop

ProbCause

Wyllys

DJ Thibault

Great Divide

Perfect Kiss

Mario Florek

Nameloc

Pyro Fighter

Ghosthouse

Bandiit

The Werks

The Ill & The Restless

Orville Kline

Midwest Hype

NORdjs

Digital Driver

Fifth World

The Arts of Life Band

Intonation Music Workshop

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