Osheaga 2017 Lineup Promises Big Names, Over 100 Artists
Osheaga needs less of an introduction with every passing year. Over 120,000 fans are expected to converge at Parc Jean-Drapeau August 4 through 6, 2017 to catch over 100 musical acts, from indie to mainstream. Keep scrolling to find out who's playing at this year's edition.
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Osheaga 2017 Lineup Highlights: The Weeknd
Osheaga's chief headline for the 2017 edition running August 4 through August 6 is none other than the Grammy-winning R'n'B supernova who broke Spotify's streaming records with his single ''Starboy'' last November.
Born and raised in Toronto, The Weeknd crescendoed to fame after anonymously uploading three singles on YouTube in late 2010. Seven years and three chart-topping albums later, what's next for the household name remains to be seen.
Osheaga 2017 Lineup Highlights: Muse
Veteran British rock trio Muse get second top billing at Osheaga's 2017 edition running August 4 through August 6, 2017, having announced a North American tour earlier in February slated to kick off it late May. Expect a new album release and fresh tracks in time for their Osheaga run.
Osheaga 2017 Lineup Highlights: Lorde
New Zealand songstress Lorde is closing one of Osheaga's three festival days running August 4 through August 6, 2017. The announcement came as Lorde teased fans with news of a new album and single, ''Green Light.''
Osheaga 2017 Lineup Highlights
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