LouFest Releases Daily Lineups, Single-Day Passes Now Available

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Weezer performing at Plush in 2014. The band will play LouFest's second day on Sunday, September 10. - PHOTO BY STEVE TRUESDELL
  • Photo by Steve Truesdell
  • Weezer performing at Plush in 2014. The band will play LouFest's second day on Sunday, September 10.
LouFest Music Festival has announced the daily lineups for this year's event, taking place in Forest Park on September 9 and 10.

Maybe you spotted only a few artists in which you are interested on LouFest's full lineup this year, or maybe you'll be unable to attend on one day or the other and would like to know what you're in for — in either case, today is the day to finalize your plans. Single-day tickets are now also available through LouFest's website at $60 apiece (two-day passes will run you $95).



Headliners Snoop Dogg and Cage the Elephant will perform on Saturday, along with Spoon and Huey Lewis and the News. Sunday will bring performances by Weezer, Run the Jewels and Nathaniel Rateliff & the Night Sweats.

Check out the full lineups for each individual day below (set times are still to be announced):



Saturday, September 9

Snoop Dogg
Cage the Elephant
Spoon
Huey Lewis & the News
Marian Hill
ZZ Ward
Rainbow Kitten Surprise
Hippo Campus
Mvstermind
Ron Gallo
Middle Kids
Jonny P
Chris Bandi
Mathias & the Pirates
Starwolf
Hail! Hail! Chuck Berry!

Sunday, September 10

Weezer
Run the Jewels
Nathaniel Rateliff & the Night Sweats
Lecrae
Lizzo
Robert Randolph & the Family Band
Houndmouth
The Record Company
Mondo Cozmo
Noname
Future Thieves
Harts
Jack Grelle
Jess Nolan
18andCounting & TheOnlyEnsemble
Beth Bombara

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