SEATTLE - Capitol Hill Block Party today announced a partial lineup of performers for its 22nd annual music and arts festival, scheduled for July 20-22 in the heart of Capitol Hill in the Pike/Pine corridor.
Headliners include indie-folk singer Father John Misty, electronic DJ Dillon Francis and hip-hop group BROCKHAMPTON.
"We're thrilled to have a mix of alumni artists and new talent to headline the festival this year. We're always excited to host some of the city's best emerging breakout artists every summer," said Capitol Hill Block Party owner and producer Jason Lajeunesse. "As we celebrate our 22nd anniversary, we're looking forward to featuring so many incredible artists and celebrating music, art and culture."
Single day, two day, three day & VIP passes for CHBP 2018 are available now beginning at $65, $110 and $155 respectively, with VIP being $300 until inventory runs out.
Tiered pricing structure will be announced with 48 hours' notice on the CHBP site & social channels.
Below is the partial lineup by day:
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FRIDAY, JULY 20
Dillon Francis, Goldlink, Alvvays, Sol, Yaeji, Quinn XCII, Melvv, Kelly Lee Owens, Flasher and Dude York.
SATURDAY, JULY 21
BROCKHAMPTON, Oh Wonder, Betty Who, The Dip, Jamila Woods, Chet Porter, Gavin Turek, Pluto, Great Grandpa, Busty and the Brass, PARISALEXA and Metsä.
SUNDAY, JULY 22
Father John Misty, Cashmere Cat, Ryan Caraveo, Two Feet, Bully, TR/ST, Amber Mark, Overcoats, Chong the Nomad and Teskey Brothers.
For more information on this year's Capitol Hill Block party click here.
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