Going to Gov Ball?
10 acts you can't miss!
Childish Gambino: It is totally acceptable to be sad that Don Glover has left "Community." But he's moving on with other projects, and here's your chance to check one of them out.
Jenny Lewis: At some point, you have to face the fact that you need some time to chill. Let Jenny Lewis soothe your festival weary brow. She's good at that.
Julian Casablancas: If seeing him front The Strokes won't be enough for you, there is a solo set for your Casablancas-itis. Please be aware: this is not a cure, but we can treat the symptoms.
Sleigh Bells: One guy. One girl. A lot of weird sounds. But totally different from that loud couple in the apartment upstairs, trust us.
The Strokes: The US hasn't seen a live performance by this band since 2011. That's three years since we've Stroked ourselves. Wait, that came out wrong...
Tyler the Creator: He's talented as hell, controversial as they come and both of these are good reasons to check him out live.
Grimes: Look, we don't know what she's got planned, but it will probably be weird and it will definitely be awesome.
Phoenix: Rumor is the French rockers are already working on their next album. So you'd better see them before they seclude themselves to work on it, or prepare to storm the Bastille.
Fitz and the Tantrums: Almost guaranteed to be the best-dressed band at the festival, and the catchy music ain't exactly a downside.
J. Cole: Forbes calls him a music mogul in the making, but more importantly his “Crooked Smile” is oh so charming.
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