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Wednesday, August 30, 2017

Miami's III Points Festival reveals daily lineups for this year's event

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The organizers of Miami's III Points Music, Art & Technology Festival have revealed the daily lineups for this year's long weekend of shows, and it makes for some dream concerts for music fans.

Attendees on Friday night can take in the likes of Gorillaz, Richie Hawtin, Madlib and Danny Brown; Saturday will feature Nicolas Jaar, Lil B, Arthur Baker and a Mark Ronson DJ set; while Sunday closes things out with the xx, Bonobo, Perfume Genius and Sohn. Full lineups can be found here.

The III Points Art, Music and Technology Festival takes place from October 13-15 at Mana Wynwood in Miami. Tickets can be purchased here.

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