Gigawatts Festival announces 2015 lineup

Gigawatts Festival 2015 banner

Brooklyn’s annual Gigawatts Festival has announced its 2015 lineup, which features Black Lips, Anamanaguchi, and Braid headlining over three nights from July 24 – 26. Other acts include Liturgy, Cerebral Ballzy, Swearin’, Miniature Tigers, Laura Stevenson, White Mystery, Ava Luna, & Quarterbacks – see below for more of the festival’s lineup, with even more acts to be announced in the coming weeks.

Taking over Brooklyn’s The Wick, The Well, and Our Wicked Lady, this year’s festival will host more than 80 local and national acts. Tickets are on sale now, and include both single day and 3-day pass options.

The event is put on by bi-monthly arts & music magazine 1.21 Gigawatts, who has teamed up with WeDemand to fill the festival’s final three slots. Click here to see who’s in the running & vote for your favourites to play the festival.

gigawatts festival 2015 poster

Gigawatts Festival 2015 Initial Lineup:

Friday 7/24 – Black Lips, Cerebral Ballzy, Amanda X, Liturgy, Celestial Shore, Rivergazer, Heaven’s Gate, Surfbort, Palehound, Paperhaus, Anomie, Journalism, Vulture Shit, BAMBARA, O-Face, Parlor Walls, Huffers, Secret Crush

Saturday 7/25 – Anamanaguchi, Miniature Tigers, Ava Luna, Pile, Sunflower Bean, Potty Mouth, Quarterbacks, Jack + Eliza, Fort Lean, The Mystery Lights, The Bottom Dollars, Maxo, Motion Studies, Forever Lesbians, EULA, Future Punx, Shark?, Slonk Donkerson, Mannequin Pussy, Shapes, Sofa Club, Larry + The Babes, Jangula, Piers, Warn the Duke, Retail, Bugs in the Dark, Hounds Basket, Whiskey Bitches

Sunday 7/26 – Braid, Swearin’, Laura Stevenson, DOM, White Mystery, Cheap Girls, Beach Slang, Dirty Fences, Chumped, LODRO, Dances, Honduras, By Surprise, BOYTOY, Adult Dude, Matty Rico, The Yin Yangs, Giant Claw, Guardian Alien, Horse Lords, Guerilla Toss, Show Me The Body, Zula, Dan Friel, Banned Books, Palm, Gold Dime, Big Neck Police

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