Sloss Music & Arts Festival has announced the lineup for their 2018 event on July 14th to 15th in Birmingham, Alabama. This year’s lineup features Arcade Fire, who’s announced a summer tour, War on Drugs, who will be performing at XpoNential Festival, and Chris Stapleton, who will be performing at Pilgrimage Festival.
Sloss Music & Arts Festival is an annual festival that takes place at the Sloss Furnaces National Historic Landmark in Birmingham, Alabama. It typically consists of 44 bands on 4 stages, along with craft beer & creative cocktails, arts & crafts, live iron pouring demonstrations, and more. This festival is “a celebration of the unique, creative culture that makes life in Birmingham so unique”, according to the festival’s website.
This year’s lineup consists of Chris Stapleton, Arcade Fire, Jason Isbell and the 400 Units, GRiZ, St. Paul and the Broken Bones, Vance Joy, The War on Drugs, Moon Taxi, Louis The Child, Vic Mensa, Lany, Rainbow Kitten Surprise, Margo Price, Hippie Sabotage, Jai Wolf, Quinn XCII, PVRIS, Nikki Lane, Big Freedia, Waxahatchee, Brent Cobb, White Reaper, The Spencer Lee Band, Morgan Saint, Walden, Super Doppler, Repeat Repeat, Matt Maeson, Flagship, The Brummies, Morning Teleportation, Patrick Droney, Arlie, Joel Madison Blount, Dead Fingers, Captain Kudzu, Heath Green and The Makeshifters, Shocks, Love Moor, Lady Legs, Will Stweart, and Taylor Hunnicutt. The festival flyer is shown below.
There are many lodging options nearby the festival such as The Westin – Birmingham, Doubletree By Hilton, The Redmont Hotel, and Residence Inn. There are also many bus services such as Greyhound, Max, and Megabus. Amtrak is the recommend train service to get to the festival, and the Birmingham Shuttlesworth International Airport is the recommended airport. Tickets are available through the festival’s website.