The lineup for a new Minnesota music festival was released yesterday, and all I can say is wow, what a roster of artists.

The Minnesota Yacht Club Festival will be on Friday, July 19th, and Saturday the 20th at Harriet Island Regional Park located in Downtown St. Paul on the bank of the Mississippi River.

Friday Lineup:

  • Gwen Stefani
  • Alanis Morissette
  • The Black Crowes
  • Joan Jett & Blackhearts

Saturday Lineup:

  • Red Hot Chili Peppers
  • The Offspring
  • Hippo Campus
  • Gary Clark Jr.
  • Soul Asylum

Tickets for the two-day music festival will go on presale starting at 10 AM on Friday, February 2nd, you can get a presale code here by signing up for their mailing list. Organizers say, "Public on-sale to follow at 11 AM if tickets remain." Considering the price of tickets, I don't think tickets will sell out in an hour.

Two-day general admission tickets will set you back a minimum of $215, the price will go up to $255 once the "tier 1" tickets sell out, if you just want to go for one day, these will start at $135. They are also offering a variety of ticket upgrades, including a Platinum ticket that will start at a whopping $925 per ticket.

One thing that stands out to me is the lack of information about parking, not even the highest-priced ticket comes with a parking pass, and if you're familiar with the Harriet Island area in St Paul, you'll know that there isn't large parking areas or parking ramps on that side of the river, most of the large parking areas are on the other side of the river in the downtown area, so it will be interesting to see how they handle this problem.

The promoters of The Minnesota Yacht Club Festival have some experience with these type of large scale music festivals, C3 Presents s affiliated with Live Nation and they currently produce Lollapalooza, Austin City Limits and Shaky Knees.

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