Is it October yet? III Points announced its 2017 lineup this morning, and music fans won't be disappointed. The list of performers at this year's three-day festival adds an impressive roster of talent to III Points' previously announced headliners,
Not that you needed more reasons to get excited for the return of Wynwood's biggest festival. But here they are anyway:
Nicolas Jaar! Richie Hawtin! Brian Eno, bringing the art with an audio installation! And... Willow Smith? Sure, you'll whip your hair back and forth with her. Why not?
Miami talent gets plenty of love, too, from Deaf Poets to Virgo to Holly Hunt.
UPDATE March 16, 10:48 a.m.: A previous version of this story included Nu Deco Ensemble in the III Points 2017 lineup. Nu Deco will not be part of III Points 2017; a representative told New Times that the group was included on its flyer in error.
Tickets are on sale now. If you took a leap of faith and bought an early Prophet Pass before they sold out, you're probably feeling pretty good about your life choices. Everyone else can snag a three-day general-admission pass for $175, or upgrade to a Foresight pass for $295.
Check out the full lineup below:
Richie Hawtin CLOSE
The Ship: an audio installation by Brian Eno
Arca & Jesse Kanda
RÜFÜS DU SOL
Melody's Echo Chamber
The Black Madonna
Mr Twin Sister
Teklife ft. DJ Spinn & DJ Earl
Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith
Mild High Club
Ricky Eat Acid
Nu Deco Ensemble
T W Y N
October 13 through 15. A three-day general-admission pass costs $175. Visit iiipoints.com.
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