South Florida’s SunFest has just announced its 2016 lineup. After teasing longtime festival goers for the past couple of weeks, the longtime Florida music festival has unveiled the lineup for the 2016 edition. On Monday (Feb. 22), festival organizers revealed a lineup that will feature a little bit of everything to satisfy every music taste. On the bill for this year’s event will be Duran Duran, Death Cab for Cutie, Bastille, Walk the Moon, ZZ Top, Flogging Molly, Fitz and the Tantrums, the newly revived Evanescence, as well as a couple of recent Grammy winners like Alabama Shakes and Meghan Trainor.
“We are very excited about this year’s lineup,” SunFest Executive Director Paul Jamieson said in a statement. “We have a great mix of acts, featuring today’s hottest acts alongside legendary performers. The music festival marketplace has been growing over the past few years, but we know as do our fans know, there is no better place to enjoy music than along the waterfront in West Palm Beach.”
The 34th annual SunFest will take place from Wednesday, April 27 to Sunday, May 1 in downtown West Palm Beach. One-day tickets are $35 while two-day passes are $55. Ticket for the full five days will set you back $75. But keep in mind, these prices will remain until March 11; after that, ticket prices will increase.
For more information about the music festival or the lineup, head on over to SunFest’s website. Check out the list below in print and in the official flyer for the event.
SunFest 2016 Lineup: Duran Duran, Alabama Shakes, Meghan Trainor, Train, Jason Derulo, Steve Aoki, Death Cab for Cutie, G-Eazy, Slightly Stoopid, ZZ Top, Bastille, Walk the Moon, The Roots, Fitz and The Tantrums, Capital Cities, Evanescence, Flogging Molly, Andy Grammer, Rick Springfield, Scott Bradlee’s Postmodern Jukebox, Salt N Pepa, Goldfinger, Shovels & Rope, Lukas Graham, Butch Trucks & The Freight Train Band, The Joy Formidable, Coleman Hell, Judah & The Lion, The Babys, LunchMoney Lewis, Watch the Duck, Saint Asonia, Drew Holcomb and The Neighbors, The Bright Light Social Hour, Devon Baldwin, Jesse Royal, Dylan LeBlanc, Bobby Lee Rodgers, Secret Weapons, and Ria Mae.