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Sasquatch! 2014 Lineup: OutKast, Queens of the Stone Age, Frank Ocean, and More

Plus: Neutral Milk Hotel, M.I.A., Kraftwerk, Haim, Soundgarden, the National, Chance the Rapper

picture-18576-1373300776Marc Hogan // February 4, 2014

OutKast have added another date to their busy year of reunion gigs, and they’ll hardly be alone among formidable talents assembling at the 2014 Sasquatch! Music Festival. Queens of the Stone, Neutral Milk Hotel, Frank Ocean, M.I.A., and more are also booked for the Gorge Amphitheatre in George, Washington. This year’s festival will take place over two weekends (May 23 to 25 and July 4 to 6), with two different lineups.

Along with OutKast, QOTSA, and M.I.A., the Memorial Day weekend lineup includes: the National, Haim, Chance the Rapper, Neko Case, Waxahatchee, Rudimental, Major Lazer, Violent Femmes, Kid Cudi, Cut Copy, tUnE-yArDs, Panda Bear, Tyler, the Creator, Parquet Courts, Bob Mould, Phosphorescent, Liars, AlunaGeorge, Washed Out, Big Freedia, Banks, Austra, Damien Jurado, Deafheaven, Mogwai, Foals, and Ryan Hemsworth. A comedy stage will feature Maya Rudolph’s Prince cover band Princess, among others.

Along with Neutral Milk Hotel and Frank Ocean, the Independence Day weekend lineup includes: Soundgarden, Kraftwerk, Spoon, New Order, Röyksopp & Robyn, Cloud Nothings, Cass McCombs, Kurt Vile & the Violators, Rhye, Mikal Cronin, Action Bronson, Sharon Van Etten, Talib Kweli, Courtney Barnett, Junip, Mac DeMarco, Foxygen, Broken Bells, Tegan and Sara, Metz, the Notwist, Gold Panda, Deltron 3030, Of Montreal, Death, La Roux, Majical Cloudz, Oneohtrix Point Never, the Horrors, Chad VanGaalen, Thao & the Get Down Stay Down, Duke Dumont, Palma Violets, and Black Milk. There will be another comedy stage, with Demetri Martin, Eugene Mirman, and more. And on the Fourth of July, expect fireworks.

Last year’s Sasquatch! happened over Memorial Day weekend with a lineup that included Vampire Weekend, the Postal Service, the xx, Death Grips, Sigur Rós, Japandroids, Built to Spill, and Dirty Projectors.

Passes go on sale on February 8 at 10 a.m. PST via the festival’s website.