Complete lineup announced for this summer's 80/35 Music Festival
Justin Schoen, Jill Haverkamp and Amedeo Rossi remember the uncertainty of the first years of 80/35 Rodney White/The Register
Annual downtown Des Moines music festival 80/35 unveiled Tuesday the final lineup additions to this summer’s two-day event.
Added acts include punk songwriter Jeff Rosenstock, former head of New York collective Bomb The Music Industry! And soul performer BJ and the Chicago Kid.
Led by co-headliners Kesha and Phantogram, a total of 46 acts fill out the 2018 bill. See the full lineup below.
In its 11th year, 80/35 returns July 6 and 7 to Western Gateway Park. Local nonprofit organization the Des Moines Music Coalition curates the annual event.
Tickets cost $45 for one day and $75 for a two-day pass until Friday, when organizers increase prices to $52 and $85, respectively.
Additionally, the festival unveiled the “Gen Z” stage lineup, featuring middle school, high school and college-aged Iowa acts.
Matthew James & The Rust Belt Union
Car Seat Headrest
BJ The Chicago Kid*
The Poison Control Center*
The Host Country*
Ramona & The Sometimes
Grand Ave Ruckus*
Bass Raja and Pri yon Joni with Himanshu on Dhol
The Me 3**
The Hobo Squirrels**
Girls Rock! Des Moines**
DMMC Summer Camps**
* denotes added acts
** denotes acts for the Gen Z stage