Ottawa’s RBC Bluesfest has lined up a bunch of big names from all different genres for its 12-day extravaganza in July including LMFAO, Skrillex, Snoop Dogg, John Mellencamp, Nickelback, Norah Jones and Iron Maiden.
The festival is being held July 4-15 at Ottawa’s Lebreton Flats Park.
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The day-by-day schedule has already been revealed with the opening day lineup featuring performances from Tiësto, Awolnation, Melvins, Grace Potter And The Nocturnals, Billy Bragg and more.
LMFAO takes the stage July 5 along with Plants And Animals, Paul Oakenfold and Carly Rae Jepsen. July 6 includes Conor Oberst, City And Colour, David Gray, and Tommy Lee and DJ Aero.
Iron Maiden rocks July 7 followed by Norah Jones (July 8), Nickelback (July 9), Snoop Dogg (July 10), Thievery Corporation (July 11), John Mellencamp (July 12), Young The Giant (July 13), Skrillex (July 14) and Metric (July 15).
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Additional acts include Alice Cooper, MSTRKRFT, Seal, Chromeo, Sierra Leone’s Refugee All Stars, Ms. Lauryn Hill, Tedeschi Trucks Band, Good Old War, Blitzen Trapper, Grimes, The Sheepdogs, The Hold Steady, Our Lady Peace, Dirty Heads, A-Trak, Bettye LaVette, Mastodon, Beirut, Dirty Projectors, K’naan, Weeknd and Wolfgang Gartner.
Tickets are on sale now. Fans can choose between single-day passes, multi-day wristbands, full festival passports and VIP access tickets. Single-day passes are priced between $40 to $65. A presale for the full festival passports is ongoing now through April 28, priced at $250. After that the price increases to $375. Prices include taxes but not service charges.
For more information and the full lineup visit OttawaBluesFest.ca