Published: Wed, May 16, 2018
Life&Culture | By Sue Mclaughlin

The North Coast Music Festival announces its 2018 lineup


United Kingdom -based jazz-funk band Jamiroquai and R&B chart-topper Miguel take top billing at this year's North Coast Music Festival, returning to Union Park Aug. 31-Sept. 2. The band recently returned to the United States for the first time in over a decade for shows at Coachella and San Francisco's Bill Graham Civic Auditorium and has plans to perform at Queens, NY's Forest Hills Stadium on September 8th. Other headliners include the sultry Grammy-winning R&B sensation Miguel, the iconic electronic producers Axwell ^ Ingrosso from Swedish House Mafia, and newer breakthrough electronic producer DJ Snake. The Revivalists, Vulfpeck, Gramatik, Moon Taxi, Too Many Zooz, The Strumbellas, TAUK and Maddy O'Neal are also among the North Coast '18 acts revealed today.

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Debuting this year will be curated daily showcases. As part of Friday's schedule, Aux Cord DJs (whose monthly party invites Chicagoans to play music off laptops, phones, and other devices scorned by serious DJs) have put together a lineup that features DJ sets by the Cool Kids and Fat Tiger Workshopcofounder Vic Lloyd and a performance by pop duo Iris Temple. On Sept. 2 it's a Midnight Conspiracy reunion followed by Chicago's Most Wanted, Porn and Chicken, 2Fac3D, Bentley Dean, Seve Gerard, Ron Carroll and Diz. Three-day general admission passes are $129 and weekend-long VIP packages will set you back $149 (before fees). Tickets are available at North Coast's website now.

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