Capitol Hill Block Party 2015: Final Lineup Announce

Capitol Hill Block Party, Daily Roundups, KEXP Suggests
06/02/2015
KEXP

Just when you thought this year's Capitol Hill Block Party couldn't get any better, today they added over 40 more bands to the line-up, including everyone's Sasquatch fave, Father John Misty. Get ready for fun the weekend of July 24th through July 26th at the corners of Broadway and 12th Ave and E Pine St and E Union St.

Single day tickets will be on sale for $50 and two-day passes will be available for $90. Three-day passes are currently on sale for $125. CHBP is also continuing to offer VIP three-day passes for $250. The VIP packages include access to indoor and outdoor VIP lounges, limited edition festival apparel, complimentary food and drinks throughout the weekend and gifts from event sponsors.

NEW ADDITIONS:Father John Misty // Ivan & Alyosha // The Physics // Kodak to Graph // Girlpool // Yumi Zouma // Jarv Dee // Brothers from Another // Daniel Kirkpatrick // Slow Dance // Snuff Redux // Murder Vibes // Chimurenga Renaissance // Theoretics // Theories // Whitney Lyman // Maiah Manser // Fabulous Party Boys // Ryan Caraveo // Acid Tongue // Dex Amora // Moon Dial // Ephrata // HARPS // Gods Themselves // Kung Foo Grip // JusMoni // Freak Vibe // SSDD // Deep Creep // Blood Drugs // Grave Babies // Grenades // Great Falls // Old Iron // My Goodness // Heiress // Curse of the North // Lesbian // Great Spiders // Scott Yoder // Bad Blood // Cold Fronts // Brain Drain // Gazebos ARTISTS ANNOUNCED IN MARCH:RATATAT // TV On The Radio // The Kills // Toro y Moi // Built to Spill // Jamie xx // The Julie Ruin // Broods // Wye Oak // Flatbush Zombies // Giraffage // Shabazz Palaces // DIIV // Com Truise // Deafheaven // Wet // Shannon And The Clams // Unknown Mortal Orchestra // The Flavr Blue // Sam Lachow // BADBADNOTGOOD // Lower Dens // Protomartyr // Daktyl // The Coathangers // Meatbodies // Chastity Belt // Ambassadeurs // Lost Lander // Thunderpussy // Kite String Tangle // The Wooden Sky // Smokey Brights // Industrial Revelation // Kinski // Crater // One Above None Below // Slow Bird // Zoolab

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