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Hangout Music Festival 2017 Lineup: Frank Ocean, Mumford & Sons, Chance the Rapper, and More

Plus MGMT, Major Lazer, Twenty One Pilots, Mac DeMarco, Sigur Ros, Weezer, and many more

Situated along the white sand beaches of Gulf Shores, AL, the annual Hangout Music Fest has quickly built a reputation as one of the premiere destination festivals for its majestic setting. Since launching in 2010, they’ve also established a reputation for their eclectic lineups featuring both heavy-hitter headliners and buzzy newcomers across multiple genres, hosting the likes of the Weeknd, Outkast, Tom Petty, Florence and the Machine, and Jack White over the last few years. This year’s lineup is arguably their strongest to date, with the three-day schedule (May 19-21, 2017) topped by headliners Mumford & Sons, Frank Ocean, Chance the Rapper, and Twenty One Pilots. The big news here is the return of Frank Ocean for his first scheduled show in three years, while other notable standouts include MGMT, Sigur Ros, Weezer, Major Lazer, A$AP Ferg, Charli XCX, Franz Ferdinand, and Mac DeMarco, among many more.

Check out the full lineup (in alphabetical order) below. For ticket information, visit: www.hangoutmusicfest.com.

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A$AP Ferg
Andrew McMahon In The Wilderness
Arizona
Band Of Horses
Barns
Courtney Bassh
Bishop Briggs
Bob Moses
Cash Cash
Chance The Rapper
Charli XCX
Cheat Codes
Cobi Coin
Dillon Francis
DJ Snake
Foreign Air
Frances
Frank Ocean
Franz Ferdinand
Gryffin
Joseph
Kap Slap
Kungs
Lany
Le Youth
Lewis Del Mar
Lil Yachty
Local Natives
Louis The Child
LP
Lukas Graham
Mac DeMarco
Magic!
Major Lazer
Marshmello
Matoma
MGMT
Mondo Cozmo
Mumford & Sons
Mutemath
NGHTMRE
Nora En Pure
Pardison Fontaine
PVRIS
Rainbow Kitten Surprise
Rüfüs Du Sol
Russ
Shaggy
Shaun Frank
Sigur Ros
Snakehips
The Head And The Heart
The Hunna
The Strumbellas
The Suffers
Tkay Maidza
Tory Lanez
Towkio
Twenty One Pilots
Warpaint
Weezer
White Reaper
Young The Giant

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