Bumbershoot Announces 2013 Music Lineup!

Tonight, during the Prom Night with Allen Stone: The Official Bumbershoot 2013 Music Lineup Announcement at The Crocodile — you guessed it — the music acts of the Seattle summer festival were revealed. One of the most exciting acts? Local heroes Death Cab for Cutie performing Transatlanticism in its entirety. Other mainstage performers include MGMT, Heart, Kendrick Lamar, BASSNECTAR and fun.. KEXP listeners will be psyched to see Alt-J, !!!, Tegan and Sara, Bob Mould, Charles Bradley, The Joy Formidable, Deerhunter and Crystal Castles among many others. Perhaps least surprising of all, tonight’s headliner, Allen Stone. Check out the full lineup below and get your tickets here.

Saturday, August 31
Kendrick Lamar
Crystal Castles
Gary Numan
Jason Bonham’s Led Zeppelin Experience
Maceo Parker
Icona Pop
Joey Bada$$
Washed Out
Charles Bradley and His Extraordinaires
Thao + The Get Down Stay Down
Robert Glasper Experiment
ZZ Ward
Diamond Rings
The Physics
Sallie Ford and The Sound Outside
Lake Street Drive
Kris Orlowski
Cookie Monsta
Nacho Picasso
Ernie Watts with New Stories
Gus + Scout
Davidson Hart Kingsbury
Total Experience Gospel Choir
The Flavr Blue
Sean Majors
Dave B
Human Spirit
Matt Jorgensen +451
Down North
Tyler Brown

Sunday, September 1
Death Cab for Cutie plays Transatlanticism
Tegan and Sara
Matt and Kim
The Breeders
Ra Ra Riot
Beats Antique
Vintage Trouble
The Zombies
Vicci Martinez
Eric Burdon
Bob Mould
David Bazan
The Duke Robillard Band
Mates of State
Charli XCX
Nikki Hill
Ramona Falls
Matt Pond
The Redwood Plan Ayron Jones & The Way The Grizzled Mighty Kithkin
DJ White Shadow
DJ Girl 6
The Comettes
River Giant
Supreme LaRock
Rise Over Run
DJ Phase

Monday, September 2
Allen Stone
The Joy Formidable
Trampled by Turtles
Justin Townes Earle
Delta Rae
Redd Kross
The Men
Ivan & Alyosha
The Sheepdogs
The Mowgli’s
The Lone Bellow
The Maldives
Kopecky Family Band
St. Paul de Vence
Mark Pickerel and His Praying Hands
Hot Bodies In Motion
Red Jacket Mine
Cascadia ‘10

All tickets are available for purchase at bumbershoot.org/tickets.

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  1. Robert
    Posted May 2, 2013 at 11:26 pm | Permalink

    Line up is pretty pathetic…I have seen the line up for festivals across the US…Seattle should be embarrassed. Same old crap of nothing. Every since the new people took over the festival a few years ago…It has gotten worse. Every year.

  2. Dude
    Posted May 3, 2013 at 7:14 am | Permalink

    Figure it out Robert…this line up is solid

  3. kat
    Posted May 22, 2013 at 1:47 pm | Permalink

    If anyone is disappointed with the lineup then stay home…..Bumbershoot offers so much plus little surprises & it’s in the Emerald City. I’m completely stoked and I get to share this experience with my son. Art, music, the Starbucks lounge – hells yea!!!

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