New York City’s Governors Ball Music Festival will feature headlining performances from Tame Impala, Missy Elliott, Flume, and Vampire Weekend this summer.
The festival, which will return to Randalls Island Park from June 5 to 7, will cater to all different types of music-lovers. The psychedelic phenomenon behind Tame Impala, Kevin Parker, will headline the show alongside legendary hip-hop artist Missy Elliot, EDM star Flume, and the Grammy-nominated rockers of Vampire Weekend. The A-list lineup continues with popstars Miley Cyrus, Solange, and Ellie Goulding, Fleetwood Mac’s iconic singer Stevie Nicks, and rock groups Of Monsters and Men, Milky Chance, and Bleachers. Pop act Carly Rae Jepsen, R&B’s H.E.R. and Summer Walker, and alt-rock group Portugal. The Man will make appearances, as well as rapper Swae Lee, pop-punk’s PUP, and house music group Rufus Du Sol.
Up-and-coming acts will make an appearance throughout the festival. Charli XCX’s band, Nasty Cherry, will perform, as well as the breakout pop act Johnny Utah, rising female rapper Princess Nokia, alt-rock group Chase Atlantic, and Nancy Whang of LCD Soundsystem. Maren Morris, the country pop star known for her smash-hit with Zedd “The Middle,” will perform, along with the dream pop act Snail Mail.
Governors Ball is celebrating its 10th anniversary this summer. The festival, which “is built by New Yorkers, for New Yorkers,” aims to continue evolving and entertaining, offering art, food, experiences, community activities, and surprises during the three-day event. Fans can look forward to over 70 acts performing during the fest across four stages, as well as New York City favorite foods, visual art installations, and unannounced pop-up performances.
Three-day general admission and VIP packages are currently up-for-grabs, along with Ferry ride trips to and from the island.
See the full lineup below.