Washington D.C.’s All Things Go Festival has announced that they will be partnering with The Women’s March and their Power To The Polls Initiative. The festival made the announcement today via Twitter. The two-day festival will take place this fall, October 6th, and 7th at the Union Marketplace in Washington D.C. Saturday will feature an all-female lineup with Maggie Rogers and Billie Eilish set to headline. Borns and Carly Rae Jepsen will headline Sunday. Other acts set to play include Jessie Reyez, Ravyn Lenae, Betty Who, Two Feet, and The Aces. See the rest of the lineup below.
Maggie Rogers recently released a new single called “Fallingwater.” The song discusses her rise to success, starting at NYU as a music student to being discovered by Pharell from a master class video from the Clive Davis Institute. Fellow headliner Billie Eilish has been buzzing around the music scene lately as well. The indie-pop star will be busy hitting the festival circuit this year, set to play at Chicago’s Lollapalooza, San Francisco’s Outside Lands, and Tokyo’s Summer Sonic Festival, along with Nine Inch Nails and Queens of The Stone Age. Eilish will also be supporting Florence and The Machine on select dates of the band’s “High As Hope” Tour.
This will mark the fifth year for the festival, with previous headliners including Foster The People, Young Thug, Empire of The Sun, and Kygo to name a few. The festival also supports local businesses, featuring hand-picked local food vendors from Washington D.C. The festival will also feature new and original activities. In previous years, it has included 360 degree, slow-motion photo booths, virtual reality lounges, spray paint walls and more.
Tickets for this year are available now on the festival’s website, with two-day passes starting at $89.
— All Things Go (@AllThingsGo) June 27, 2018
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