Miami Beach Pop Festival Announces Daily Lineups, Adds Single-Day Tickets

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Just more than a month after unveiling its inaugural lineup, the Miami Beach Pop Festival today announced its daily artist schedule and revealed that single-day tickets will be available Friday, August 9. Organizers had previously said they were undecided about adding single-day ticket options and would revisit the matter after three-day tickets went on sale.

Early-bird tickets sold out minutes after they were made available June 21, largely bolstered by a strong lineup including headliners Chance the Rapper, Daddy Yankee, Kygo, the Raconteurs, and Nile Rodgers and Chic. In addition to delivering a multigenre lineup, Miami Beach Pop will offer a culinary roster curated by the James Beard Award-winning chef and local restaurateur Michael Schwartz.

Three-day tickets cost $199, while VIP passes run $1,250 and include access to a lounge, priority boarding to the shuttles, expedited festival entry, and private bar access. Miami Beach residents will receive a 20 percent discount. Tickets are also being offered on a zero-interest payment plan for a limited time.

Single-day tickets, which cost $97.99, will go on sale to the general public Friday, August 9, at 10 a.m. American Express card holders can score tickets today through Thursday, August 8, at 10 p.m. Re-entry to the festival site will not be permitted for single-day ticketholders.

Take a look at Miami Beach Pop's daily lineup:

Friday, November 8

  • Jack Johnson
  • Juanes
  • Nile Rodgers and Chic
  • Jessie Reyez
  • Bomba Estereo
  • Margo Price
  • Two Feet
  • DJ Windows 98 (Win Butler of Arcade Fire)
  • Magic City Hippies
  • Roosevelt Collier
  • Spam Allstars
  • Miami Beach Senior High Rock Ensemble
  • All-Star Celebration of Bob Marley Featuring Stephen Marley and Guests

Saturday, November 9

  • Daddy Yankee
  • Kygo
  • Maggie Rogers
  • The Roots
  • T-Pain
  • Natti Natasha
  • Brytiago
  • Chelsea Cutler
  • Kim Petras
  • Monsieur Perine
  • Magic Giant
  • The Hip Abduction
  • Reignwolf
  • Steven A. Clark
  • Afrobeta
  • Richie Hell
  • Zander
  • Sol Jam Featuring Nile Rodgers and Guests
  • Frost School of Music American Music Ensemble With Ben Folds

Sunday, November 10

  • Chance the Rapper
  • The Raconteurs
  • Leon Bridges
  • Sean Paul
  • Quinn XCII
  • Gryffin
  • Lali
  • Rauw Alejandro
  • Cimafunk
  • Ashe
  • Dividalo
  • Faith Unity Gospel Service
  • Fienberg Fisher K-8 Rock Ensemble

Miami Beach Pop Festival. Friday, November 8, through Sunday, November 10, at Lummus Park, Ocean Drive from Fifth to Tenth Streets, Miami Beach. Tickets cost $97.99 to $1,250. Single-day tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. Friday, August 9, via miamibeachpop.com/tickets.

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