LouFest 2016 Full Lineup: LCD Soundsystem, Chris Stapleton and Ms. Lauryn Hill to Headline


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At long last, LouFest's 2016 lineup has been announced, with LCD Soundsystem, Chris Stapleton and Ms. Lauryn Hill sharing top billing. This year's lineup brings considerably more diversity than years past, both in genre and demographic terms. From the plucked strings of Greensky Bluegrass to the street-hardened rap of Vince Staples to the blues guitar wizardry of the legendary Buddy Guy, music fans of many stripes will find something here to sink their teeth into.

As ever, some of St. Louis' finer acts have made their way onto the bill as well — perhaps more than ever before. Foxing, Illphonics, Aaron Kamm & the One Drops, Bruiser Queen, Karate Bikini, the Sleepy Rubies and John Henry will all make appearances.

LouFest will once again take place in Forest Park on September 10 and 11. For ticket information visit the festival's official website.

Check out the full lineup below:

LCD Soundsystem
Chris Stapleton
Ms. Lauryn Hill
Band of Horses
Big Gigantic
The Kills
Buddy Guy
Shakey Graves
St. Lucia
Vince Staples
Greensky Bluegrass
Preservation Hall Jazz Band
Charles Bradley & His Extraordinaires
Anderson .Paak & the Free Nationals
Frightened Rabbit
The Heavy
Wild Belle
Twin Peaks
Judah and the Lion
Rayland Baxter
Chicano Batman
Diarrhea Planet
The Quaker City Night Hawks
Twin Limb
Bonnie Bishop
Aaron Kamm & the One Drops
Bruiser Queen
Karate Bikini
The Sleepy Rubies
John Henry

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