III Points Festival announces single day lineup

Article Contributed by III POINTS | Published on Tuesday, August 29, 2017

III Points Music, Art & Technology Festival announces its daily lineups, including Gorillaz, Richie Hawtin CLOSE and Arca + Jesse Kanda on Friday, October 13, Nicolas Jaar, Kaytranada and Mark Ronson vs Kevin Parker (Tame Impala) on Saturday, October 14 and The xx, Bonobo (live) and RÜFÜS DU SOL on Sunday, October 15. Single-day passes are now available here.

III Points recently added several special performances to the lineup, including a very rare DJ set from celebrated, multiplatinum producer Mark Ronson and Tame Impala frontman and creative force Kevin Parker; the only Florida tour date for Perfume Genius, whose critically beloved new album No Shape is out now; and more.

The three-day festival is set for Friday, October 13 through Sunday, October 15 at Mana Wynwood. This year’s installment will also feature performances by Skepta, Danny Brown, Lil B, Thundercat (live), Madlib, BADBADNOTGOOD and many more. In addition to single-day GA, three-day GA and Foresight (VIP) passes (including payment plan options) are available now via iiipoints.com.

Artists making their Magic City debut on the III Points stage include Gorillaz, RÜFÜS DU SOL, Skepta, BADBADNOTGOOD, Willow Smith, Yves Tumor, serpentwithfeet, SOHN, Mild High Club, Romare, Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith, Arca + Jessie Kanda and Kali Uchis.

This singular performance by Gorillaz will be the only Florida stop for the band, in support of their long-awaited recent release, Humanz. It will also be the first-ever Florida show for Gorillaz, who have only performed 60 shows in their history as a band.

Sound purist Brian Eno will be making the North American debut of his extended audio installation The Ship. Additionally, Richie Hawtin will perform his new audiovisual show CLOSE — Spontaneity & Synchronicity.

Last year, III Points had an epic weekend with record turnouts, despite the challenges of Hurricane Matthew, with performances by M83, Redman and Method Man, Thievery Corporation, Flight Facilities and Dixon, along with countless trendsetting music acts and local talent. The NASA-backed installation, Mars 2030, debuted at III Points transcending physical space with a multi-sensory 3D rendition of Mars. The Sunset@Noonart installation took Vaporwave culture into a physical realm with internet-based aesthetics and interdimensional audio components.

The xx, Gorillaz, Nicolas Jaar, Richie Hawtin CLOSE, The Ship: an audio installation by Brian Eno, Bonobo (LIVE), Kaytranada, Skepta, Arca & Jesse Kanda, RÜFÜS DU SOL, Danny Brown, Lil B, Thundercat, The Black Madonna, BADBADNOTGOOD, Madlib, Kali Uchis, 
Willow Smith, John Talabot, Danny Daze, SOHN, Daniel Avery, Jackmaster, Barclay Crenshaw, Lane 8, Hundred Waters, Mr Twin Sister, Actress (LIVE), Abra, Jacques Greene, Kelsey Lu, Teklife ft. DJ Spinn & DJ Earl, KING, Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith, Nico Stojan, Romare, 
Mild High Club, Moscoman, Fort Romeau, Yves Tumor, Jacuzzi Boys, serpentwithfeet, 
Ricky Eat Acid, Nick Leon, Twelve’Len, Will Buck, Lemurian, Perma Boy, Plastic Pinks, Poorgrrrl, Nu Deco Ensemble, Deaf Poets, Holly Hunt, Virgo,
T W Y N, Byrdipop, Wastelands, JBZ, Kumi, Skeleton Boy, Seafoam Walls, Brother Dan, Face/Off

Stages by: The Electric Pickle, Made in Miami, Link Miami Rebels, The Love Below, Castaway Dither
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