III Points Festival 2014 Lineup Additions: RJD2, Bob Moses, DJ Tennis, Ten Others

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Three months till III Points.

For the second straight year, Wynwood's homegrown music, art, and technology festival will flood its native hood with stellar bands and solo acts, street artists and performance types, tech startups and hacktivists.

Obviously, though, we here at Crossfade are most hyped for the tuneage. So it's awesome news that the fest has just added RJD2, Bob Moses, DJ Tennis, and another ten acts to a musical roster that already boasts Lykke Li, Flying Lotus, and 66 others.

Check the cut for III Points' full second announcement lineup.

See also: Best Music Festival: III Points

III Points Festival 2014 Lineup

Second Announcement

-Bob Moses

-DJ Tennis




-Hunters of the Alps

-Lou Flores

-Blue Jay




-Bonnie Beats

-My Deer

First Announcement

-Flying Lotus (Live)

-Lykke Li

-Jamie Jones

-Duke Dumont

-Jamie XX

-Hot Natured

-Four Tet


-Chet Faker


-Cashmere Cat


-Mac DeMarco

-Hercules and Love Affair (Live)


-Jacques Greene (Live)


-Com Truise

-Jacuzzi Boys


-Lazaro Casanova

-Austin Paul

-Will Buck



-Pirate Stereo



-Nuri and Robb Banks


-Dude Skywalker

-The Hongs

-Kodiak Fur


-Ketchy Shuby

-The Deep


-Deaf Poets

-Laura of Miami



-Jean Jacket

-Pase Rock


-Patrick Walsh

-Eagle Chief

-Sean Drake

-Nicky Blitz!



-Frank Flux


-Mr. Brown

-Psychic Mirrors

-Telescope Thieves


-Sire Esq

-Niko Javan

-Keen One

-VI (The Deep End)

-Jeremy Ismael


-Agent Rose

-Santiago Caballero

-Telekinetic Walrus


-Mikey Ramirez

-DJ Kurr

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III Points Festival 2014. Friday to Sunday, October 10 to 12. Wynwood, Miami. Three-day general admission tickets cost $88 plus fees. Layaway plan also available. Visit iiipoints.com.

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