Beck, Frank Ocean, the Breeders, Bob Mould, Stars, and Tricky have been added to Montreal’s Osheaga Music and Arts Festival lineup. The three-day showcase is scheduled to take place from August 2 to 4 at Parc Jean-Drapeau. Many other artists just joined the roster as well: Mac DeMarco, Palma Violets, Majical Cloudz, Daughter, Robert DeLong, Rudimental, C2C, Bonobo (DJ set), Azari & III, Charles Bradley, Lianne La Havas, Cajmere, Raine Maida, Rich Aucoin, k-os, Jacques Lu Cont, Les Soeurs Boulay, Quadron, Soul Clap, Little Green Cars, Groenland, Millimetrik, DVBBS, Vilify & Henward, and Bad Things.
Osheaga’s billing already featured a long, eclectic list of top-tier performers. The entire lineup of previously announced acts: The Cure, Phoenix, Vampire Weekend, Mumford & Sons, Kendrick Lamar, New Order, Beach House, the Lumineers, Hot Chip, Big Boi, Tegan and Sara, Alt-J, Pretty Lights, Imagine Dragons, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, Ellie Goulding, Two Door Cinema Club, Porter Robinson, Explosions in the Sky, Silversun Pickups, Azealia Banks, Baauer, the Gaslight Anthem, Tommy Trash, Angel Haze, Jessie Ware, Father John Misty, Death Grips, Ben Howard, Flogging Molly, Jimmy Eat World, Disclosure, Yelawolf, Misteur Valaire, Lou Doillon, Gramatik, Frightened Rabbit, We Are Wolves, Diamond Rings, Grouplove, Caféïne, the Heavy, Hollerado, Holy Ghost!, Icona Pop, Jake Bugg, Wild Nothing, Style of Eye, the Head & the Heart, Jets, A Tribe Called Red, DIIV, Frank Turner, Atlas Genius, the Neighbourhood, Capital Cities, the Knocks, Rone, Floating Points, Oberhofer, Carnage, Wild Belle, Jackmaster, Amtrac, Shovels & Rope, EC Twins, Kidnap Kid, Hannah Georgas, Corb Lund, Hyphen Hyphen, MNDR, Loud Lary Ajust, Dusted, Guards, Ponctuation, Lucy Rose, Nightbox, Odezenne, and Humans.
Three-day and VIP passes are currently available through Osheaga’s website. Single-day tickets will go on sale on May 22.