UPDATE: There have been a couple of changes to the Fun Fun Fun lineup. Death Cab for Cutie is no longer on the bill; indie rock darlings Modest Mouse have been named as the replacement. Death Grips is also out; Murder City Devils is in.
Austin's Fun Fun Fun Fest is back for its ninth year, with a killer lineup that includes Judas Priest, Neutral Milk Hotel, Nas, Death Cab for Cutie, Ginuwine and many, many more. Not your typical festival, FFF combines extreme sports, comedy, art and music for a three-day extravaganza.
Once again split over three designated stages, Fun Fun Fun's music portion brings together all genres, from indie and hip-hop to punk and electronic.
Death Cab for Cutie, Neutral Milk Hotel, Alt-J, The New Pornographers, Dinosaur Jr., First Aid Kit, Guided By Voices, City and Colour, Yo La Tengo, Failure, Dum Dum Girls, Foxygen, Courtney Barnett, Sun Kil Moon, Yann Tiersen, Majical Cloudz, San Fermin, Angel Olsen, Tinariwen, J Mascis, Mineral, King Tuff, Knapsack, Chelsea Wolfe, Reputante, Spider Bags, Julianna Barwick, Wildcat! Wildcat!, Scott H Biram, The World is a Beautiful Place & I Am No Longer Afraid to Die, Nostalghia, This Will Destroy You, Dana Falconberry, The Sour Notes, Good Fields
Nas, Wiz Khalifa, Girl Talk, 2 Chainz, Atmosphere, Flying Lotus, Sky Ferreira, The Presets, Gary Numan, Cashmere Cat, Ginuwine, Z-Trip, Run The Jewels (El-P/Killer Mike), Lunice, Yelle, Ryan Hemsworth, The Internet, SOHN, SZA, Thundercat, Mas Ysa, Say Lou Lou, Gardens and Villa, Roosevelt, ASTR, Jacuzzi, Cities Aviv, Zorch, Blue, The Misfit, The Digital Wild
Judas Priest, King Diamond, Death From Above 1979, Rocket From The Crypt, Death Grips, Gorilla Biscuits, Blood Brothers, Amon Amarth, Black Lips, Hot Water Music, Iceage, Sick of It All (blood sweat/scratch the surface anniversary set), Deafheaven, Jello Biafra and the Guantanamo School of Medicine, METZ, Pissed Jeans, Glassjaw, Pallbearer, The Bots, Iron Reagan, Pianos Become Teeth, Fat White Family, Radkey, Twin Peaks, Crooked Bangs, Communion, Breakout
Look for even more FFF announcements in July and August, when the festival shares the comedy and sports lineups, respectively. FFF Nites, the weekend-long event that takes over venues across Austin, will also be announced later this summer.
FFF also promises to bring in local food trucks, artisans, fashion-savvy vendors and an epic poster sale. For more information, head to the official Fun Fun Fun Fest website.