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The 1975 And The Strokes All Set For The Governors Ball

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It was unveiled earlier this year that the 2019 Governors Ball lineup was set. There will be some killer acts on the bill including the 1975, the Strokes, Soccer Mommy, Dreamers, King Princess, and Calpurnia, Well, now we have the released the official performance schedule, and you know what that means? It’s time to start planning your end of May weekend!

This year will be the 9th annual Governors Ball will take place, as normal, in New York City’s Randall’s Island Park from May 31st to June 2nd.

As well as the best music around, the festival boasts killer food, great craft beers, amazing street art, games and much much more.

So, without further ado, check out the festival’s full performance schedule below:

Friday, May 31

Tyler, The Creator
Lil Wayne
Brockhampton
Gesaffelstein
Jorja Smith
Blood Orange
Mitski
The Internet
Jessie Reyez

Hippo Campus
Amber Mark
The Voidz
Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever
Cautious Clay
Jeremy Zucker
Dennis Lloyd
Miles Kane
Hundredth
Still Woozy
Njomza
Deal Casino

Saturday, June 1

Florence + The Machine
Major Lazer
The 1975
Kacey Musgraves
Zhu
Vince Staples
Lord Huron
Ty Dolla $ign
Playboi Carti
King Princess
Denzel Curry
Clairo
Ravyn Lenae
Saba
Elohim
Sunflower Bean
U.S. Girls
Calpurnia
Dreamers
Suzi Wu
Easy Life
Tobi Lou

Sunday, June 2

The Strokes
Nas
Sza
Louis The Child
Kaytranada
Sheck West
Beast Coast (Joey Bada$$ and Flatbush Zombies)
Lily Allen
Bazzi
Noname
Charli XCX
Bob Moses
SOB X RBE
Chelsea Cutler
070 Shake
Parcels
Taylor Bennett
Soccer Mommy
The Underachievers
Kirk Knight
Nyck Caution
Jack Harlow
Aaron Ave
Shaed
Ric Wilson
Mkultra

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