Kendrick Lamar, Arcade Fire and LCD Soundsystem are set to headline the first Panorama festival on Randall’s Island from July 22-24.
The new festival is planned to show how the worlds of music, art and technology intersect in New York. Panorama is the brainchild of Goldenvoice, the producers of the popular Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival in Indio, California.
Arcade Fire will headline the festival’s first day, which will also include Alabama Shakes. Lamar will headline the second day, which will also feature The National and Baldwin native Melanie Martinez. LCD Soundsystem will close out the festival, along with Sia and A$AP Rocky.
Panorama is partnering with The Verge to create a technology installation called Future Lab, and with Eater NY to curate the festival’s food options, which will represent all five boroughs. The art component comes from the Queens Museum, which houses the Panorama of the City of New York model that gave the festival its name. Each ticket to Panorama includes free admission to the Queens Museum, featuring an exhibit on The Ramones starting April 10.
Three-day passes for the festival are $369 and go on sale at noon Friday through the festival site, panorama.nyc
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