Sasquatch Music Festival adds performers, single-day tickets

Sasquatch Music Festival adds performers, single-day tickets

Today the folks at the Sasquatch! Music Festival made some announcements.

First is that the festival will be offering single day tickets for the first time in years. This is something you almost don’t see at the mega festivals anymore and while it may be a symptom of a decline in the sales of weekend passes, this news is sure to make a lot of people very, very happy. These are available now.

They also announced the addition of some more acts including Sleigh Bells, Benjamin Clementine, Katie Kate, Donormaal and more.

Lastly, Sasquatch dropped the day-by-day lineup on us and announced that the main stage and Bigfoot stage will not overlap. This is great considering how many times I’ve had to make a hard choice about who to see (picking between Kendrick Lamar and Run The Jewels killed me).

See the full day by day below:

Friday

Frank Ocean

The Head & The Heart, Bonobo, Kaytranada, Sleigh Bells, Charles Bradley & The Extraordinaires, Foxygen, The Strumbellas, Thee Oh Sees, Rainbow Kitten Surprise, Sales, The Hotelier, Big Freedia, Manatee Commune, Corey Harper, Mondo Cozmo, Flint Eastwood, Los Colognes, Porter Ray, Gazebos

Comedy: Sasheer Zamata, Sal Vulcano, Yogi Paliwal

Saturday

Twenty One Pilots

MGMT, Mac Miller, Bleachers, Big Gigantic, Vulfpeck, Bomba Estereo, Aesop Rock, American Football, Jagwar Ma, Kungs, The Radio Dept., Benjamin Clementine, Arkells, IHF, Kaiydo, Klangstof, Reuben And The Dark, Courtney Marie Andrews, Katie Kate, Donormaal

Comedy: Fred Armisen, Nate Bargatze, Alice Wetterlund

Sunday

Chance The Rapper

The Shins, Phantogram, Rufus Du Sol, Catfish & The Bottlemen, Kiiara, Bob Moses, Car Seat Headrest, Mount Kimbie, Fakear, Moses Sumney, White Lung, Cigarettes After Sex, July Talk, Boogie, Joey Purp, Hoops, Kyle Craft, Saint Mesa

Comedy: Beth Stelling, Sam Morril, Emmett Montgomery

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