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Wednesday, April 11, 2018

Snoop Dogg, Run The Jewels, Tame Impala & More: Float Fest's 2018 Lineup Looks Pretty Sick

Posted By on Wed, Apr 11, 2018 at 12:20 PM

  • Ismael Rodriguez
Oh snap, this might be the best Float Fest lineup we’ve ever seen.

On Wednesday, the folks behind the fest, which is back for its fifth year, announced a S-T-A-C-K-E-D bill, featuring headliners Tame Impala, Bassnectar, Snoop Dogg, Modest Mouse, Run The Jewels, Lil Wayne, and Com Truise to name a few.

Ummm, What. The. Fuck. Float Fest, this shit looks ill.

According to San Antonio Express-News, the festival came into some issues with the permits – something that Float Fest isn't exactly new to. Current Events LLC and Guadalupe County Commissioners Court couldn’t see eye-to-eye upon the capacity for the event, but as of last week came to the agreement of 20,000 guests. The original request for 30,000 guests was denied back in February.

The fest takes place Saturday, July 21 and Sunday, July 22 in San Marcos. You'll more than likely see us there.

Here’s the full lineup:

Run The Jewels
Modest Mouse
Lil Wayne
Cashmere Cat
Pres Hall
The Suffers
Bun B
Com Truise
Bronze Whale
The Wild Now
Tame Impala
Glass Animals
Snoop Dogg
White Denim
A Giant Dog

Tickets ($79-$1199) are available now at

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