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The Meadows 2017 lineup
The Meadows 2017 lineup

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The Meadows 2017 Lineup Features Bassnectar and Gorillaz

The Meadows 2017 Lineup has finally be officially announced and all we can say it wow. The festival which takes place in Queens, NYC at Citi Bank Field over September 15th-17th has gone all out this year. The Meadows 2017 lineup features a little bit of everything for just about everyone. The top line is a beautiful collection of Rock and Rap including NYC native and top dog Jay-Z, hip hop super group Gorillaz and of course rock icons Red Hot Chili Peppers.

The Meadows 2017 Lineup Ups The Ante

Lets break down The Meadows 2017 lineup a little bit more real quick. Obviously the top line is the attention grabber but so much talent can be seen in the under card. Of course Bassnectar jumps out to you pretty readily but we also see Big Gigantic, A-trak, GTA, MIA, and even Lido hiding in all of this eclectic glory.

The Meadows 2017 lineup

The Meadows 2017 lineup follows a common theme for festivals in 2017. The aim to appeal to as wide of a spectrum as possible. Ranging from 2011 until more recently many festivals tried to cater to a specific genre following but recently more and more festivals have adopted the Coachella appeal model. Bring in big names from all genres to attract the widest possible group of attendees. This of course has it's ups and downs.

Tickets for The Meadows can be purchased through this link. The festival is actually affordable for the size of the billed talent on the Meadows 2017 lineup. Taking place in New York City also has most likely driven price up due to the price of permits.

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