Osheaga 2015 Reveals Full Lineup
Photo by Nick Broten
It’s been a decade since Osheaga Music and Arts Festival first launched in Montreal. Now, ten years later, Osheaga has grown from a small music festival held on Labour Day weekend into one of Canada’s largest multi-day music festivals, attracting over 130,000 people in 2014.
Osheaga 2015 recently announced their lineup, which is headlined by:
- Kendrick Lamar
- Florence and the Machine
- The Avett Brothers
- The Black Keys
- St. Vincent
- Of Monsters and Men
And many more!
I can personally say that attending Osheaga was one of the most exciting and rewarding experiences I’ve ever had. Last year, the festival was headlined by Outkast, Jack White, and the Arctic Monkeys, as well as Skrillex and Lorde. From singing along to my favourite artists on stage (let’s just say that I’m obsessed with Lorde) to being immersed in a massive crowd with your friends, Osheaga provided only the best entertainment – perfect for sharing photos on Bumpn!
This year, to celebrate its 10th year of success, Osheaga 2015 will be the wildest one yet. Featuring artists such as Kendrick Lamar and Florence and the Machine, Canada’s leading indie music festival will take place from July 31 to August 2 at the Parc-Jean Drapeau in Montreal. In total, there will be more than 100 artists playing on the six stages, with an estimated 45,000 attendees on each of the three days.
Tickets are $275 for general admission to the full festival, and $550 for a gold pass, which includes exclusive access to the Osheaga Terrasse, private washrooms, and exclusive food and beverage stands.
I know I’ll be buying my tickets ASAP – you don’t want to be that one person sitting at home, waiting for the pictures your friends will post the next day. If you don’t want to miss out on what’s happening, download Bumpn from the iTunes or Google Play store to keep track of what your friends are doing on a live photo stream. The Bumpn team will hope to see you at Osheaga, creating streams, sharing with friends, meeting new people, and discovering what’s popular!
What’s your favourite part about Osheaga? Leave a comment below!