KEXP Suggests: MusicfestNW 2014

KEXP Suggests

From August 16th to 17th, one of KEXP's favorite festivals, MusicfestNW, returns to Portland, Oregon. Fans will find a few changes this year, not just in the later scheduled date but also in that previously citywide festival has consolidated to overtake historic Tom McCall Waterfront Park. Unchanged, though, is MFNW's fantastic curation. And they've just announced the 2014 lineup:

  • Saturday:
  • Girl Talk // Phantogram // Run the Jewels // Future Islands // Man Man // Gardens & Villa // Thundercat // Shy Girls // Landlady
  • Sunday:

  • Spoon // Haim // tUnE-yArDs // Fucked Up // The Antlers // Pink Mountaintops // EMA // Modern Kin // The Districts
Located on four acres of grass alongside the Willamette River, MFNW will include two stages and feature music from noon to 10pm both days. Attendees can sample food from Portland’s finest food carts, shop for rock-n-roll posters, and dance the days away with Headphone Disco presented by KIND.

You can pick up Early Bird tickets for MusicfestNW starting this Friday. Two-day passes run $85 and single passes are $50. VIP passes are also available for $300 for two day passes and $175 for single day VIP passes. Tickets can be purchased here!

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