III Points Festival

III Points 2020 Final Lineup Adds Miami Acts: Poorgrrrl, Bear, Brother Dan, Tama Gucci, and Others

Poorgrrrl Photo by Karli Evans
Only a couple of months before III Points returns, the festival has finally announced the last batch of artists added to an already impressive lineup. Though the fest's headlining performers — Robyn, Wu-Tang Clan, Disclosure, and the Strokes — all but guarantee a good time and push ticket sales, the latest round of artists is no less compelling and fulfills a core tenet of III Points' central mission: luring left-field acts to Miami while elevating the local music scene.

The final artists in the lineup are all Miami-based acts that encompass a wide range of sounds and styles. The locals joining the fest's 2020 roster run the gamut from underground DJs and garage-rock outfits to experimental electronic musicians. Not surprisingly, Poorgrrrl, who made her public debut at III Points in 2015, will return once again. This edition will mark her fifth time performing at the festival, and she'll be joined on the bill by collaborators such as Byrd and fellow noisemakers including International Noise Conference founder Rat Bastard.

Also joining the festival is über-producer and Space Tapes affiliate Bear, garage band Plastic Pinks, the synth-heavy Monterrey, and R&B singer Tama Gucci. And, this being Miami, plenty of DJs and dance music producers have joined the bill: Look out for Klangbox.FM cofounders Laura of Miami and Patrick Walsh, Bort, Brother Dan, Club Space resident Danyelino, Diego Andres, Coffintexts, Fiin, Lazaro Casanova, m.O.N.R.O.E., and Taimur, among others.

Even as III Points has grown through the years, it has continued to champion Miami-born and -based acts. It's rare that U.S. music festivals will juxtapose local musicians with internationally touring acts, yet III Points has done just that since its inception. And though Miami artists are not foreign to other music festival lineups, few give Magic City artists as large a platform or as prominent of set times as III Points.

Tickets are still available, starting at $149 for general admission and $299 for VIP for both days. However, you can also put down a deposit and pay for your ticket in two installments if you don't want to spend that much money right now.

Check out the full alphabetized lineup:
  • (Sandy) Alex G
  • 100 gecs
  • Acid Pauli
  • Ackdaddy***
  • Adam at the Door***
  • Amon Tobin Presents Two Fingers
  • Andres Line***
  • Apache***
  • Ariel Pink
  • Ashley Venom
  • Avalon Emerson
  • Bakke***
  • Basti***
  • Bear***
  • Bed Scene***
  • Bedouin
  • Bitter Babe***
  • Bort***
  • Brother Dan***
  • Butterfly Snapple
  • Byrd***
  • Caribou
  • Chris Lake
  • Coffintexts***
  • Danny Daze b2b Mall Grab
  • Danyelino***
  • Diego Andres***
  • Disclosure
  • Discosexo***
  • Djembe
  • Donzii
  • Dude Skywalker***
  • Eartheater
  • Ennio Skoto***
  • Erol Alkan
  • Fiin***
  • GAD***
  • Gami b2b Get Face
  • Gerd Janson
  • Ghostflower
  • Green Velvet
  • Haute Tension
  • Homeshake
  • Invt (live)
  • Jacques Greene (live)
  • Jaialai
  • Jason Rault***
  • JBZ***
  • Jimmy Edgar
  • Jonny From Space (live)***
  • Kaytranada
  • Kerala Dust
  • Kike Roldan***
  • Las Nubes
  • Laura (of Miami)***
  • Lazaro Casanova***
  • Le Poodle***
  • Lilith***
  • Loka***
  • m.O.N.R.O.E.***
  • Maccabi***
  • Mano Le Tough
  • Maribou State (DJ)
  • Maye
  • Monterrey***
  • Moses Sumney
  • Ms. Mada
  • Mustard Service
  • Nicholas G. Padilla***
  • Nick León
  • Nicola Cruz (live A/V)
  • Omar Apollo
  • Palomino Blond
  • Park Hye Jin
  • Patrick Walsh***
  • Pirate Stereo***
  • Plastic Pinks***
  • Poorgrrrl***
  • Radar***
  • Rat Bastard***
  • Richie Hell (live)
  • Rick Guerre***
  • Rick Moon***
  • Robyn
  • Santiago Caballero***
  • Sel.6***
  • Sevdaliza
  • Shyboi
  • Sister System
  • Sohn Jamal***
  • Soulsdeparted***
  • Stereolab
  • Taimur***
  • Tama Gucci***
  • Terence Tabeau
  • The Strokes
  • Thunderpony
  • Tidur
  • True Vine***
  • Tycho
  • Virgo
  • Will Buck b2b Felipe Gordon***
  • Will Renuart***
  • Wu-Tang Clan
  • Yves Tumor and Its Band
*** New addition

III Points 2020. Friday, May 1, and Saturday, May 2, at Mana Wynwood, 318 NW 23rd St., Miami; 305-573-0371; manawynwood.com. Tickets cost $149 to $299 via iiipoints.com.
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