Solid Sound 2017 lineup

Wilco and friends Solid Sound 2015

The lineup for the Solid Sound Festival this summer at MASS MoCA is out.

It's headlined by Wilco, as usual. The band will be playing two shows at the festival, as usual. A few others from the lineup: Television, Kurt Vile and the Violators, Robert Glasper Experiment, Dawn of Midi, Dave Alvin and Phil Alvin with the Guilty Ones, Kevin Morby, Joan Shelley, and Big Thief.

John Hodgman will be back with another comedy showcase. And Mark Bittman -- "Real Food Crusader" -- is also mentioned under "eat and drink."

The full announced lineup below.

This year's festival is June 23-25. The ticket currently on sale is the advance 3-day pass -- it's $159 plus service fees. There's also a kids pass (ages 6-10) for $50 (under age 6 is free).

Music

Wilco
Television
Kurt Vile and the Violators
Robert Glasper Experiment
Dawn of Midi
Dave Alvin and Phil Alvin with the Guilty Ones
Kevin Morby
Joan Shelley
Big Thief
Peter Wolf & the Midnight Travelers
Deep Sea Diver
Andy Shauf
Alloy Orchestra
Idris Ackamoor and the Pyramids
Kacy & Clayton
Daniel Bachman
Jeff Parker Trio
The Shaggs
Max Hatt / Edda Glass
Gustafer Yellowgold
Nels Cline Four
On Fillmore
Quindar
Autumn Defense
Tweedy

Comedy

John Hodgman's Comedy Stage

Eat & Drink

Real Food Crusader: Mark Bittman

Activities

Bread and Puppet Theater
Euclid Record Pop Up Shop
MASS MoCA (Galleries & Exhibits)
Poster Silkscreening Demo
Story Pirates
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Earlier on AOA:
+ Mountain Jam 2017 lineup
+ Old Songs Folk Festival 2017
+ Saratoga Jazz Fest 2017 lineup

photo via Solid Sound Festival Facebook

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