Kanye West, Kings of Leon lead Governor's Ball Music Fest

Kanye West and Kings of Leon are two of more than 60 acts to take over the 3rd annual Governor's Ball Music Festival this summer.

Kanye West and Kings of Leon are two of more than 60 acts to take over the 3rd annual Governor's Ball Music Festival this summer.

Slated for June 7-9 at New York City's Randall's Island Park, Governor's Ball will also showcase all genres of music, including dance, indie rock, hip-hop, pop and electronica, among others. Nas, Pretty Lights, The Avett Brothers, The Lumineers, Young the Giant and dozens of others are also on the bill. The full lineup is listed below.

Three-day passes for the event go on sale Friday (1/25) at the festival's website. Single-day passes may or may not be available before the festival, according to a press release.

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Along with four stages of live music, the Governor's Ball will also feature activities such as a silent disco, photo booths, ping-pong, lawn games and a life-size game of Connect 4. More than a dozen food vendors will also be on hand to feed hungry festivalgoers.

Full lineup
Kanye West
Kings of Leon
NAS
Pretty Lights
The Avett Brothers
Grizzly Bear
The xx
Cut Copy
Beach House
Kendrick Lamar
The Lumineers
Animal Collective
Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros
Young the Giant
Feist
Thievery Corporation
Bloc Party
Beirut
Of Monsters and Men
DFA 1979
Crystal Castles
Azealia Banks
Yeasayer
Local Natives
Gary Clark Jr.
Best Coast
Dirty Projectors
Portugal. the Man
Miguel
Dinosaur Jr.
Holy Ghost!
Divine Fits
Twin Shadow
Japandroids
Alt-J
Deerhunter
The Vaccines
Polica
Steel Pulse
Teed
Dillon Francis
Paper Diamond
Fucked Up
Wild Nothing
Icona Pop
The Knocks
Ms Mr
St. Lucia
Freddie Gibbs
Robert DeLong
GRiZ
Solid Gold
Bear Mountain
Pacific Air
Cherub
The Revivalists
Swear & Shake
Raodkill Ghost Choir
Ruby Velle & the Soulphonics
Moon Hooch
On An On
Haim
Reignwolf

 

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