SZA is set to headline day two of III Points 2019.
SZA is set to headline day two of III Points 2019.
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III Points 2019 Daily Lineup Revealed

With 2018 quickly coming to an end, it's time to look forward to what 2019 will bring — including the music festival season.

Leading the charge will be III Points, which switched dates from October to February, skipping 2018 altogether. The date change should help the sixth edition of the festival avoid the close calls with hurricanes that seemed to plague it in previous years. Even though a storm never forced III Points to cancel, weather warnings certainly affected its preproduction and killed the prefestival anticipation for its mostly Floridian audience.

Without having to worry about stockpiling potable drinking water for poststorm survival, you now have more time to think about which acts you want to see at III Points next year. Are you excited to catch SZA and Erykah Badu? Or perhaps Peggy Gou and Honey Dijon? Maybe Porter Robinson's side project Virtual Self? Though set times haven't been announced, III Points today released the daily schedule for the three-day event. This particularly comes in handy if you are considering forgoing the three-day pass and purchasing a single-day ticket instead.

Single-day tickets start at $68 for general admission and $125 for VIP. Three-day passes are still available for $205 for general admission and $375 for VIP. Tickets can be purchased at iiipoints.frontgatetickets.com.

The daily lineup also reveals the festival's full slate of acts. Though New Times pointed out earlier that perhaps the festival was moving away from highlighting local acts, today's schedule seems to prove otherwise: Half of the acts are local, according to a festival spokesperson, including Rat Bastard, Poorgrrrl, Tama Gucci, Virgo, Rick Moon, Austin Paul, Nick León, and INVT.

More than 100 performers are expected to take the stage in what is surely the festival's largest lineup to date. III Points will manage that oversize bill by running until 5 a.m. every night — sleep be damned.

Also, expect the festival's lineup of visual artists, spread throughout the Mana Wynwood campus, to be announced in the coming weeks.

Here's the full daily lineup:

Friday, February 15

  • Tyler the Creator
  • Beach House
  • The Internet
  • Virtual Self
  • Peggy Gou
  • Pussy Riot
  • Honey Dijon
  • Toro y Moi (DJ set)
  • Dean Blunt
  • DJ Seinfeld
  • Moscoman
  • Jacques Greene
  • Channel Tres
  • Marvin & Guy
  • Auntie Flo
  • Durante
  • Goddollars
  • Nick León (live)
  • Paperwater
  • Will Buck
  • Rat Bastard
  • Poorgrrrl
  • Nicholas G. Padilla
  • Thunderpony
  • Bakke
  • Virgo
  • Telescope Thieves
  • Tama Gucci
  • Dim Past
  • Pirate Stereo
  • Dracula
  • True Vine
  • Goiz
  • Ackdaddy
  • Adobo
  • Saki
  • Karina

Saturday, February 16

  • SZA
  • James Blake
  • Herbie Hancock
  • Raekwon & Ghostface Killah (Performing "Only Built 4 Cuban Linx")
  • Yaeji
  • Ty Segall & White Fence
  • SOB x RBE
  • Ben UFO b2b Joy Orbison
  • Masego
  • Mall Grab
  • Kelsey Lu
  • John Maus
  • Laurel Halo
  • Keinemusik (&Me, Adam Port, Rampa)
  • Baba Stiltz
  • Smerz
  • Trill Sammy
  • Ms. Mada
  • Plastic Pinks
  • Danyelino
  • Austin Paul
  • Nii Tei
  • Donzii
  • INVT
  • Haute Tension
  • Brother Dan
  • Ghost Flower
  • Loka
  • Ascendants
  • Eveava
  • Kamari Esson
  • JBZ & Anthony Estrada
  • Kind Sugi
  • Carter Jackson-Brown

Sunday, February 17

  • A$AP Rocky
  • Erykah Badu
  • Blood Orange
  • Khruangbin
  • Godspeed You! Black Emperor
  • DJ Koze
  • Mariel Ito b2b Danny Daze
  • David August
  • Tim Hecker + the Konoyo Ensemble
  • DJ Stingray
  • YokoO
  • Stavroz
  • Egyptian Lover
  • Be Svendsen
  • Lena Willikens
  • VHS Collection
  • Steven A. Clark
  • AAAA (live)
  • Bear
  • Jaialai
  • Anshaw Black
  • TWYN
  • Bird Feet Bird
  • Seafoam Walls
  • Lilith
  • Butterfly Snapple
  • Manumat
  • Rick Moon
  • Kumi
  • Ynot
  • Apache
  • Deroboter
  • Maccabi
  • Neopolitan
  • Sister System
  • Jonny From Space

III Points 2019. February 15 through 17, 2019, at Mana Wynwood, 318 NW 23rd St., Miami; iiipoints.com. Tickets cost $68 to $375 via iiipoints.frontgatetickets.com.

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