NYC – Check Out The Governors Ball 6/18 Featuring Mac Miller, Big Boi, Girl Talk, Outasight, Many More
NYC and the Tri State Area! This year I’m attending the Governors Ball for the first time and I wanted to pass the info along because I’ve heard nothing but great things in the past – add that to the fact that it’s a pretty sick lineup of all genre’s in this outdoor music fest.
Performers include Mac Miller, Big Boi, Outasight, Reptar, Empire of the Sun, Girl Talk, Pretty Lights, Miami Horror, Neon Indian, Passion Pit, People Under the Stairs, and more guests to be announced in the coming month and a half.
June 18th Join me at this killer festival on NYC’s Governors Island and get tickets here. Additional information on the festival after the jump:
ANNOUNCING THE INAUGURAL GOVERNORS BALL MUSIC FESTIVAL
SATURDAY JUNE 18TH ON NEW YORK CITY’S GOVERNORS ISLAND
GIRL TALK, PRETTY LIGHTS, EMPIRE OF THE SUN,
BIG BOI (OF OUTKAST), NEON INDIAN, PEOPLE UNDER THE STAIRS,
MIAMI HORROR, PASSION PIT (DJ SET), MAC MILLER, OUTASIGHT,
MORE ARTISTS TBA
CO-HEADLINER PRETTY LIGHTS TO FEATURE BRAND NEW
STATE OF THE ART PRODUCTION
AND CLOSE OUT THE INAUGURAL FESTIVAL
2 STAGES WITH NO OVERLAPPING SETS
Founders Entertainment are proud to present the inaugural Governors Ball Music Festival (www.govball.com), a one day event to be held June 18 on New York City’s Governors Island. Girl Talk, Pretty Lights, and Empire of the Sun are joined by Big Boi (of Outkast), Neon Indian, People Under The Stars, Mac Miller, Miami Horror, Passion Pit (DJ Set), Reptar, Outasight and other artists to be announced over the coming weeks. Closing out the festival will be Pretty Lights, whose rising popularity will be complimented by his brand new state of the art production.
The Governors Ball promises to be a massive mid-summer dance party of epic proportions. Performances will take place on two stages without overlapping sets, and feature stunning views. The artists appearing at the inaugural Governors Ball are diverse in scope and sound, spanning indie rock, dance, electronica, and hip hop, but the common theme and guiding force behind the festival is music that gets people of all walks of life moving, dancing and having a good time.
One of the final frontiers of the New York area concert scene, Governors Island has recently played host to a variety of successful music events including concerts by Erykah Badu, Panda Bear, Snoop Dogg, A Tribe Called Quest, Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros, MIA, Sleigh Bells, Passion Pit and many others. The Governors Ball will mark the first time in which a full-fledged music festival will take place upon the island. Access to and from the festival grounds will be via ferry boats, which will leave from Pier 11, at the corner of South Street & Wall Street in downtown Manhattan.
Tickets on sale now.
For more information visit www.govball.com