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III Points Festival's Full Music Lineup

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Which way to III Points?

Just buy a ticket, follow the noise, and take a sharp turn toward Wynwood in exactly 36 days.

Yesterday, the III Points crew revealed its plans for a sprawling music, art, and technology festival that'll swarm Miami's hippest hood for a full three days during early October.

The organizers also named seven headliners: James Murphy, Jamie XX, DJ Shadow, Miami Horror, Body High, Hercules and Love Affair, Fortune Howl. But now the fest and its people have announced the complete 50-act roster, including a whole whack of killer locals like Austin Paul, Lazaro Casanova, Goodroid, Millionyoung, Niko Javan, Chalk, and Po$htronaut.

Check the cut for the III Points festival's full music lineup.

See also:

-III Points Festival Bringing James Murphy, Jamie XX, XXYYXX, DJ Shadow to Wynwood

III Points' 2013 Music Lineup

-James Murphy

-Jamie XX

-DJ Shadow

-XXYYXX

-Miami Horror (Live)

-Hercules and Love Affair (DJ set)

-Brodinski

-The Juan MacLean

-Jacques Greene

-Koreless (Live)

-Juan Atkins

-T. Williams

-Mosca

-Austin Paul

-Jerome LOL

-Louisahhh!

-The Deep

-Samo Sound Boy

-J. Viewz

-Slap & Tickle

-Lazaro Casanova

-Krisp

-Goodroid

-Dude Skywalker

-Spies on Bikes

-Ess & Emm

-JBZ

-Millionyoung

-DZA

-Pirate Stereo

-Dead Good Young

-Fortune Howl

-Will Buck

-Derek Walin

-DJ Ynot

-Benton

-Niko Javan

-Mikey Ramirez

-Mike Deuce

-Nacho

-Deaf Poets

-Nuri

-The Tremends

-Chalk

-Shangri-La

-Crespo

-Hunter of the Alps

-Po$htronaut

-Chevere

-Jean Jacket

III Points Music, Art, and Technology Festival. Thursday, October 3, through Saturday, October 5. Festival passes cost $110 to $125 plus fees via showclix.com. Visit iiipoints.com.

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