The Eaux Claires Music and Arts Festival, curated by Bon Iver's Justin Vernon and the National's Aaron Dessner, has come into focus. The two-day event set for this July 17-18 in rural Wisconsin has gone from an enigma to a lineup boasting some of the best talent from the Midwest and beyond.
|Photo by D.L. Anderson|
|Bon Iver is back!|
The organizers chose a fragmented way to announce the performers, opting to write an artist's name on the mailing sent out to early ticket purchasers. The first round featured soul singer Charles Bradley, icy synth rockers Polica, black metal specialists Liturgy, Twin Cities rap collective Doomtree, Duluth experimental rockers Low, and Japanese noise punks Melt-Banana are among the acts announced. Update: headliners Bon Iver (in their first performance since 2012), the National, Spoon, Sufjan Stevens, and many more performers have joined the 40-act lineup.
See also:More »
Decoding Justin Vernon's Eaux Claires Festival