Goldenvoice has announced that Arcade Fire (Friday), Kendrick Lamar (Saturday), and LCD Soundsystem (Sunday) will headline Panorama, a music, art and technology festival to be held at Randall’s Island Park in New York City from July 22-24, 2016. Full lineup below.
Passes go on sale this Friday, March 4th at 12PM EST. 3-day general admission passes will be available for $369 and 3-day VIP passes for $769. What you see is what you pay, no additional fees. Transportation and layaway options will also be available.
Panorama will bring together top music performances, technology-inspired installations and delicious eats to celebrate New York City’s position as both a capital of entertainment and hub of innovative technology. In a one-of-a-kind partnership, Panorama is joining with The Verge, a leading technology and culture brand, to create an interactive, experiential installation called Future Lab. Future Lab will explore and highlight technology’s influence on the creation of music and integrate how music is experienced and shared with friends. Designed by renowned artists in collaboration with The Verge’s editors, Future Lab will showcase new technology in unconventional ways. Leading up to the festival, The Verge will feature exclusive Panorama content including artist interviews, video exclusives, and behind-the-scenes looks into Future Lab artist collaborations. Panorama’s food options will be curated by Eater, the trusted source for the best in dining and drinking, along with renowned Eater critic and New York City food expert Robert Sietsema. Together, they will highlight the rich culinary offerings of all five boroughs on site at the festival.
Panorama, The Verge and Milk will also host a private event on Thursday night before the festival to join leaders and icons from the technology, music, art and fashion spaces. This gathering will create a platform for the growth of ideas and explore how these disciplines interconnect in New York City.
The festival takes its name from the Panorama of the City of New York, a nearly 10,000 square foot to scale model of the city located in the Queens Museum. Each ticket buyer to the event will receive a pass for free admission to the Queens Museum to view the Panorama exhibit as well as the rest of the museum. The Museum will be hosting a well-timed exhibit on The Ramones titled: “Hey! Ho! Let’s Go: Ramones and the Birth of Punk” which runs from April 10 through July 31.