Is it August already? My, how time flies. And with it comes Kaaboo Del Mar, the multi-day San Diego music festival, which is set to go off extravagant fashion on Sept. 18-20 with a lineup these parts haven't seen in quite some time.
The three-day festival crams seven stages of awe-inspiring musical acts, beloved comedians, food, drinks, and artwork -- with even stellar local artists getting in on the action (see our story on Kaaboo's Emerging Artist Stage).
With the festival right around the corner, let's look at the individual lineups for each day (which just got announced), so we can all start planning now. And hey, be sure to stay tuned to SoundDiego next week as we'll be giving away FOUR tickets to each day of the festival!
Friday, Sept. 18: No Doubt; Snoop Dogg; Foster the People; Bonnie Raitt; Sheryl Crow; Fitz & the Tantrums; Dirty Heads; Icona Pop; Griz; Brett Dennen; Los Lobos; Ozomatli; Allen Stone; Delta Rae; Nahko & Medicine for the People; Nicki Bluhm & the Gramblers; The White Panda; The Floozies; The Revivalists; Jamestown Revival; Roger Clyne & the Peacemakers; Knox Hamilton; Wheeland Brothers; Peter Matthew Bauer; The Burning of Rome; Fairground Saints; Larry Kolker; The Midnight Pine; Lewis Black; Chris D'elia; and Anthony Jeselnick.
Saturday, Sept. 19: Zac Brown Band; Slightly Stoopid; Counting Crows; Young the Giant; The Roots; Spoon; Neon Trees; AWOLNATION; Rodrigo y Gabriela; Girl Talk; Big Gigantic; Tribal Seeds; Cherub; X; Lucero; Ozomatli; Old 97's; Justin Townes Earle; Goldfish; Stick Figure; thenewno2; The Revivalists; Fortunate Youth; Natural Vibrations; The Silent Comedy; Corsicana; The Drowning Men; Joe Firstman; The Nervous Wreckords; Tracksuit Wedding; Joel McHale; Jeff Garlin; Ron Funches; and Hasan Minhaj.
Sunday, Sept. 20: The Killers; Train; 311; Ben Harper & the Innocent Criminals; Grace Potter; O.A.R.; Michael Franti & Spearhead; Brandi Carlile; Switchfoot; Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue; Donavon Frankenreiter; Dawes; Lettuce; JJ Grey & Mofro; The White Buffalo; Minnie Driver; MarchFourth!; Dirty Dozen Brass Band; Orgone; The Apache Relay; David Rosales; The J Band; Katastro; Open Air Stereo; Tig Notaro; Tim Meadows; Iliza Schlesinger; and three Kaaboo/Gigtown Discovery Tour winners.
For the most updated information, please visit the Kaaboo Del Mar website.