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Wednesday, March 22, 2017

Mo Pop reveals 2017 lineup and it's stellar

Posted By on Wed, Mar 22, 2017 at 10:00 AM

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Mo Pop Music Festival has revealed it's 2017 lineup. The annual festival will take place in the West Riverfront Park for the third year in a row July 29-30.

This year's excellent lineup is stacked from top to bottom that features headliners Alt-J, Foster the People, Run The Jewels, and Solange. Eek!



Other notable acts include Phantogram, Tyler The Creator, Vance Joy, The Shadowboxers, and Stef Chura.

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You can score Early Bird General Admission tickets on Friday, March 24 at 10 a.m. at mopopfestival.com. Weekend tickets are &89.50 and single day tickets are $65. Regular GA tickets will go on sale Monday, April 3 at 10 a.m.

So besides watching Solange in all her glory or dancing away to "Pumped Up Kicks" by Foster the People, Mo Pop will be back with a slew of experiences and delicious beer and food. The food truck alley is back with all your favorite Detroit food trucks, as well as the Riverside Biergarten that will be full of Michigan brews.

The Tech Tent, Mo Pop Arcade, and the Craft Bazar will all also be returning to the festival grounds as well.

We're actually really excited about this year's lineup. It's diverse, niche, and the perfect party for Detroiters to get down to on the Riverfront. We'll see you there!

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