Beirut, Bob Mould & Teenage Fanclub Headlining 2019 Noise Pop Fest: Initial Lineup
The indie music and art event returns to the Bay Area Feb. 25-March 3.
Indie rock and world music band Beirut will join legendary guitarist, vocalist and songwriter Bob Mould and beloved Scottish rock band Teenage Fanclub as headliners for 27th annual Noise Pop Festival in the San Francisco Bay Area, Feb 25-March 3, 2019.
Also performing this year is singer-songwriter Caroline Rose, guitarist, singer and songwriter and member of The Strokes Albert Hammond Jr., Jason Lytle, who is known as a singer-songwriter for the band Grandaddy and California electronic musician Baths. A full lineup is available below.
Early bird and Super Fan badges go on sale today (Oct. 24) at 10:00 a.m. PST; fans are encouraged to act fast, as supply is limited and pricing will increase as the festival approaches and more artists are announced. Individual tickets for artist shows will go on sale at 10:00 a.m PST on Friday (Oct. 26).
For the first time, Noise Pop is introducing the Super Fam badge, which includes two premium Super Fan badges and will allow any Super Fam badge holder the freedom to switch out their plus one guests. Previously, each badge holder could be the only registered owner. Both badges and tickets can be purchased at www.noisepopfest.com.
Noise Pop Festival is an annual celebration of independent culture that transforms the Bay Area into festival grounds with multiple events taking place each night. As with last year, access to film screenings and film events will also be included with the general Noise Pop badge, allowing badge-holders to get more out of their festival experience.
All badges grant access to all general admission (non-seated) music concerts, badge-only happy hours, Noise Pop HQ and special events (soon to be announced). Badges are non-transferrable, with age restrictions for some events, and badge-holders must arrive within 60 minutes after club door times to guarantee entrance. Additionally, Noise Pop Festival is proud to announce that artist Kristin Farr will create the official artwork for this year’s festival.
Last year’s Noise Pop saw the festival’s highest attendance to date, hosting over 30,000 attendees during the week-long celebration of music, film, art and culture. The festival sold more tickets than any other year to date and sold out of all badges in advance. The 2018 festival played host to 180+ music artists across more than 25 Bay Area venues, with events including concerts, film screenings, art shows and more.