Upstream Music Fest + Summit Announces More Headliners, Including Miguel, Little Dragon, and more

Upstream Music Fest + Summit
02/27/2018
KEXP
Photo by Victoria Holt

Upstream Music Fest + Summit returns to Pioneer Square June 1-3 for its second year. They''ve previously announced some of the initial headliners, including The Flaming Lips, Cut Copy, Zola Jesus, and Valerie June as well as a slew of guest curators ranging from Sub Pop and Barsuk Records to Consequence of Sound and KEXP's Street Sounds. As we get closer and closer to the date, more details are continuing to emerge regarding the lineup. Today Upstream revealed even more headliners with MiguelLittle DragonSuperDuperKyle, and Luke Nelson & Promise of the Real. Saturday's lineup still leaves some mystery with a secret headliner still TBD to keep your imagination running. 

Check out the full list of curators and order your early bird tickets for the fest today. In the meantime, check out some videos from this year's headliners below. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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