Fountain Square Music Festival Lineup Announced: Phantogram, Dr. Dog & More

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Sarah Barthel and Josh Carter of Phantogram perform at Coachella Music & Arts Festival at the Empire Polo Club on Friday, April 14, 2017, in Indio, Calif. 

The 2017 Fountain Square Music Festival, a two-day event in Indianapolis, is scheduled for Oct. 6-7 at the city's historic Fountain Square neighborhood.

More than 50 artists will be on this year's bill, including Phantogram, Dr. Dog, Bishop Briggs, Real Estate and the Cool Kids. The full lineup will be unveiled soon.

“FSMF is a boutique, immersive music festival with a sole focus on ensuring new, unforgettable experiences for artists and fans," Jared Sparkman, producer for festival partner Absorb, says. “We want to bring them all together in unique performance environments unlike other festivals. The entire neighborhood and business community in Fountain Square has helped enable us to create this event, and we’re honored to have their support of our vision to help make the event a fantastic success. Putting the festival together has been an amazing, organic experience.”

FSMF will have five stage locations; festival organizers say the NUCLEUS main stage is an "immersive outdoor stage" with "customized visual installations for audiences to become intrinsic participants."

Tickets will be on sale Friday (July 21) at 10 a.m. via Two-day general admission passes are priced at $99, while VIP passes offering a lounge with side-stage viewing, cuisine and beverage service, premium parking and more are $199.