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FYF Fest Unveils Stellar Lineup with LCD Soundsystem, Bicep, AIR, Moby, Tame Impala and more

FYF Fest shows up every festival of the summer with an incredibly stacked lineup
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FYF Fest has definitely outdone a majority of other music festivals on the summer circuit by dropping a stacked initial lineup featuring a wide spectrum of cutting edge artists. 

Taking place August 27th and 28th, the 13th annual FYF Fest includes headliners LCD Soundsystem, Kendrick Lamar, Tame Impala and Grace Jones, plus ANOHNI with her first LA performance for Hopelessness and AIR's first US appearance in nearly 5 years. Charles Bradley is definitely not to be overlooked with his emotional motif, along with Grimes, Kelela, Explosions in the Sky, Beach House and Saves The Day performing 'Stay What You Are' will definitely be a major highlight. 

FYF also does an excellent job with tapping some of the best DJs around to take the decks, with The Black Madonna, Gerd Jansen, Floating Points, Honey Soundsystem, Bicep and a very special set from legendary artist Moby

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Taking place at Exposition Park in Downtown Los Angeles and produced in association with Goldenvoice, FYF Fest General Admission weekend passes will be available for $199 with single day tickets available for $125 and weekend VIP passes available for $339. For all ticketing info, FAQ, and news, visit their website.

Check out some guy doing a backflip on DJ Harvey at last year's event.

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FYF Fest 2016 Lineup (Alphabetical):
Alex G
Andy Stott
Beach House
The Black Lips
The Black Madonna
Blood Orange
Charles Bradley
Chelsea Wolfe
Denzel Curry
Explosions in the Sky
Father John Misty
Floating Points
Gerd Janson
Gold Panda
Grace Jones
Head Wound City
Honey Soundsystem
Hop Along
Hot Chip
Jagwar Ma
Julia Holter
Julien Baker
Junior Boys
Kendrick Lamar
LCD Soundsystem
Moby (DJ set)
Museum of Love
Oneohtrix Point Never
Peter Bjorn and John
Rae Sremmurd
Saves The Day (performing 'Stay What You Are')
Sheer Mag
Tame Impala
Todd Terje & The Olsens
Ty Segall & The Muggers
Uncle Acid and the Deadbeats
Viet Cong
Vince Staples
Wild Nothing
Wolf Parade
Young Thug

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