2015 Bumbershoot Festival Day 2

Seattle Center
305 Harrison St
Seattle, WA 98109
United States

Event Description:

Bumbershoot is proud to announce the music lineup for the 45th year of the festival. Taking place at Seattle Center over Labor Day Weekend (September 5-7), Bumbershoot 2015 will feature:

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 5

The Weeknd – Chance The Rapper – Cake – Flying Lotus – Fitz & The Tantrums – Lindsey Stirling – Jhené Aiko – Atmosphere – The Airborne Toxic Event – Keys N Krates – Babes In Toyland – Kacey Musgraves – Elephant Revival – Rac Live – Deep Creep – Jamestown Revival – Chris Stapleton – The White Buffalo – Elle King – Phoebe Bridgers – On An On – Raz Simone – Lil Dicky – Soft Sleep – Grace Love & The True Loves – Big Scary – Motopony – Smokey Brights – K. Flay – Duke Evers – Zach Van Lue

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 6

Faith No More – Zedd – Social Distortion – Brand New – Flosstradamus – Neko Case – Punch Brothers – Tchami – The Melvins – Paper Diamond – Lee “SCRATCH” Perry & Subatomic Sound System – The Cave Singers – Classixx – Dead Moon – Nikki Lane – Salva – Moon Hooch – Mikal Cronin – Fox And The Law – Israel Nash – Chimurenga Renaissance – Unlikely Friends – Hibou – Cambodian Space Project – Constant Lovers – The Fame Riot – Tracksuit Wedding – Jaden Carlson Band

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 7

Ellie Goulding – Hozier – Bassnectar – Ben Harper & The Innocent Criminals – Brandon Flowers – Borgore – Devotchka – Peaches – Minus The Bear – Big Data – The Floozies – Hey Marseilles – Børns – Emancipator – Nahko & Medicine For The People – Kris Orlowski – Nacho Picasso – Colony House – Finish Ticket – Grizzled Mighty – Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats – Brothers From Another – Dave B Bread & Butter – Lonesome Shack – Sisters

For more info go to http://www.bumbershoot.com/news

For four and a half decades, Bumbershoot has served as Seattle’s annual end-of-summer party — a celebration of music, art and creativity held beneath the iconic Space Needle in downtown Seattle. This year’s festival offers several exciting changes, including two mainstage locations (Memorial Stadium and KeyArena) and a new non-profit sponsor in the Center for Infectious Disease Research (CIDR)