The seventh edition of the annual festival on July 27-28 will also boast sets by Kali Uchis, Lizzo, King Princess, The Story So Far, Noname and more. Tickets go on sale Friday.
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Australian psych-rock/pop act Tame Impala, New York indie-pop faves Vampire Weekend, English R&B singer Ella Mai, Colombian-American neo-soul star Kali Uchis and Minneapolis hip hop artist Lizzo top the roster of acts playing Detroit’s Mo Pop Festival in late July.
The festival today announced its lineup for the seventh edition of the festival taking place at Detroit’s West RiverFront Park July 27-28, with King Princess, The Story So Far, J.I.D, Noname, Alec Benjamin, Wallows, Snail Mail, Yellow Days, Caamp, Roy Blair, Tiny Moving Parts, The Band Camino and Goth Babe also performing as part of this year’s diverse assortment of performers.
Several Michigan acts are also on the bill, including Detroit-based pop/club/dance/R&B singer Siena Liggins, Detroit’s The Messenger Birds, a two-piece alt-rock group; Rochester’s four-piece indie-rock outfit The Doozers; and the Craig Brown Band, a Detroit “country-ish rock twang” group.
Tickets, which start at $109.50 for weekend passes and $75 for a one-day pass, go on sale at 10 a.m. Friday online at mopopfestival.com.
As in previous years, the urban two-day festival will feature vendors representing Detroit restaurants, food trucks, a craft bazaar and the Mo Pop Arcade.
For the second year, the festival also will host “Detroit’s most stylish and expressive dance party” courtesy of Haute to Death & Friends.
Check out the rosters of acts performing each day at right and listen to music from some of the featured performers below.
And revisit Local Spins coverage of Mo Pop 2018 here:
LOCAL SPINS PLAYLIST: MO POP 2019
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