III Points Adds Cam'ron, Benoit & Sergio, and More to 2016 Lineup

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Ever since its initial announcement back in May — where we learned we'd be treated to LCD Soundsystem, M83, Flying Lotus, and more in October — III Points has been steadily tweaking its lineup.

Two months ago, we learned Machinedrum was leading another wave of additional acts. Then, it was Vince Staples, Bedouin, and more adding to the already beefy roster.

And now, in what III Points says is its last wave of lineup updates, we've got more acts to process. Rapper Cam’ron and deep-house duo Benoit & Sergio will be joining III Points 2016. Other national acts announced today include Bakke, Mystvries, Laakes, Hernan Cayetano, Anshaw, Brett Love, Samihe, Foreign Language, Arremer Jack, Adam Brien, Dénudés, Mr. Alexis, Gran Moxy, and Carli Nicholas.

There are some more locals hitting the stage too: Ms Mada, Thunderpony, Poshgod AKA Freebase, Bluejay, The State Of, Danyelino, M.O.N.R.O.E., The Hongs, Eons, Erick Paredes, Patrick Walsh, Afrobeta, Grumps, Erhan Ozkaya, Tocayo, and Ella Romand are the newest South Florida talent to be added to III Points 2016.

Weekend tickets, single-day passes, and the new Foresight pass are available now via IIIpoints.com.  

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