Noise-pop duo Sleigh Bells, indie rapper Jake Miller and South African rockers Civil Twilight have been added to the already-massive lineup at the inaugural Big Guava Music Festival coming to Tampa in May, promoter Live Nation announced today.
Already-announced headliners for the three-day concert festival at the MidFlorida Amphitheatre include the newly reunited Outkast, Vampire Weekend and Foster the People. There are 41 bands booked to play the festival from May 2 to 4, which will also features carnival-style thrill rides, food trucks and beer gardens at the Florida State Fairgrounds.
Nonono, Betty Who and Hunter Hunted were also added to the lineup.
Live Nation also announced the daily schedule for those considering single-day tickets, which go on sale at 11 a.m. Saturday for $65. Three-day general admission tickets are currently on sale for $165 through Ticketmaster outlets or livenation.com.
General admission tickets won’t include a reserved seat in the amphitheater, but instead include first-come, first-served general admission seating. Those who arrive early will have the best shot at snagging the seats closest to the stage.
VIP tickets including food, drinks and reserved premium seats are on sale for $175 for single days or $499 for a three-day pass.
Here are the daily lineups:
Outkast, Cake, Sleigh Bells, Twenty One Pilots, Jake Miller, Smallpools, Nonono, Vic Mensa, Unlikely Candidates, Betty Who
Vampire Weekend, Slightly Stoopid, Tegan and Sara, Haim, Jason Bonham’s Led Zeppelin Experience, Blue October, Band of Skulls, American Authors, Hoodie Allen, Bear Hands, Kitten, Jacuzzi Boys, Civil Twilight, Terraplane Sun, Hunter Hunted, Jessica Hernandez and the Deltas
Foster the People, Girl Talk, Violent Femmes, Grouplove, Walk the Moon, Earl Sweatshirt, Ms Mr, Chance the Rapper, Timeflies, ZZ Ward, St. Lucia, Morning Parade, Magic Man, Gringo Star, Fly Union