Capitol Hill Block Party Announces Full 2018 Lineup Including New ‘Psychedelic’ Headliner
With Summer vacations there comes the outdoor concert season. There is a string of awesome music festivals with amazing lineups ready to rock this season. One by one these music festivals like Sasquatch, Woodland Park Zoo’s ZooTunes series and many more have entertained Music lovers throughout the season and now its Capitol Hill Block Party’s turn to lighten the mood with another rocketing lineup for 2018’s event.
[USPRwire, Wed Jul 11 2018] With Summer vacations there comes the outdoor concert season. There is a string of awesome music festivals with amazing lineups ready to rock this season. One by one these music festivals like Sasquatch, Woodland Park Zoo’s Zoo Tunes series and many more have entertained Music lovers throughout the season and now its Capitol Hill Block Party’s turn to lighten the mood with another rocketing lineup for 2018’s event.
The event started in 1997 and since then has been a constant source of an explicit gathering of music lovers from around the world featuring many of famous as well as new artists. Organizers have announced this year’s full line up and it includes many of famous and anticipated names with performances that’ll blow your minds away. The Party will take place at the Pike-Pine corridor on July 20th to 22nd.
In the previous years the Capitol Hill Block Party has given us many great names including ODESZA, Run the Jewels, CHVRCHES, A$AP Rocky, MGMT, Macklemore, The Lumineers, Jai Wolf, Mura Masa, Thundercat, The Flaming Lips, Girl Talk, Spoon, STRFKR, Jamie xx, Fleet Foxes, Vampire Weekend, Father John Misty, Angel Olsen, Dillon Francis, The War on Drugs, TV on the Radio, Grimes, Danny Brown, Thee Oh Sees, Major Lazer, Diplo, Lizzo, Toro Y Moi, Crystal Castles and many many more!
The famous names include the Father of indie rock John Misty, the party boy Dillon Francis and BROCKHAMPTON. Beside these there are also some notable names like include D.C. rapper Gold Link, Norwegian DJ/producer Cashmere Cat, indie-pop duo Oh Wonder, Alvvays, Betty Who, up-and-coming soul singer Jamila Woods and Sub Pop darlings Bully.
One day tickets as well as all three-day tickets are on sale now with different price ranges and facilities accordingly like early-bird tickets cost from 65$ to 155$ once they are all finished the prices will go up to 75$ for one day tickets. 120$ for two days and 170$ for the whole three days. Just like that there is a difference between VIP and General Capitol Hill Block Party Tickets.
Here are the full day-by-day rosters of acts scheduled to perform:
Friday, July 20th:
Dillon Francis, Goldlink, Alvvays, Quinn XCII, Yaeji, Sol, Melvv, Kelly Lee Owens, Flasher, Dude York, Facs, Jake Crocker, NAVVI, The Ramblin’ Years, Moorea Masa & The Mood, Sundog, Real Don Music, Booboolala, The Black Tones, Lo’ There, The Morning After, Pink Boa, Pheso, Monsterwatch, Scott Yoder, Ex-Licks, Ononos, Quid Quo, Atomic Rust, Double Sunrise Club
Saturday, July 21st:
BROCKHAMPTON, Oh Wonder, Betty Who, Chet Porter, Jamila Woods, The Dip, Gavin Turek, Pluko, Opia, Great Grandpa, Busty and the Bass, FKL, Claire George, Parisalexa, Metsä, Kuinka, Kinski, Hibou, Lion’s Ambition, Vox Mod, Mirror Ferrari, Sundries, Kylie Nelson, Falon Sierra, Shelf Nunny, Ayo Dot & The Uppercuts, The Requisite, Adé feat. Airport, Spesh, Swishblade, Pink Parts, Dyed, TERMINATOR, Handmodel, Feel Good Inc.
Sunday, July 22nd:
Father John Misty, Cashmere Cat, Unknown Mortal Orchestra, Two Feet, Ryan Caraveo, Bully, Amber Mark, TR/ST, Overcoats, Chong the Nomad, The Teskey Brothers, Close Encounter, La Fonda, Paco, Fell From a Star, My Cartoon Heart, Whitney Ballen, Catlow, Prison, SSDD, Novopain, Fantasy A, Blood Drugs / JET