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SXSW 2019 Adds Third Wave Of Artists, Including Edie Brickell & New Bohemians, Yung Lean, Priests & More
On Jan. 9, the SXSW Music Festival added a third wave of showcasing artists, including Angie McMahon, Bush Tetras, Charlotte OC, Austin's very own Edie Brickell & New Bohemians, and more. Now on its 33rd year, the Austin, Texas fest will run from March 11–17, 2019. Brickell famously won the Best American Roots Song GRAMMY in 2013 for "Love Has Come For You."
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Additional just-announced names include: Yung Lean, Priests, Georgia, Hilary Woods, J.S. Ondara, Jvcki Wai, Kamaal Williams, Kevin George, KOKOKO!, Molly Burch, My Brightest Diamond, and plenty more. Check out SXSW's website for a full rundown.
SXSW also announced a series of first-time showcase lineups from Spacebomb Records, YEAR0001, Playtime Festival Mongolia, Don't Come to LA, She Shreds, Verve Label Group, and Mahogany, as well as returning showcases from Communion, Gorilla vs. Bear + Luminelle and BBC.
SXSW will also be celebrating the 25th anniversary of Bloodshot Records and hosting a tenth-year anniversary showcase for Sounds from Columbia. Lineup details and venue locations will be released in the coming weeks along with additional artists and showcases.
The beloved Austin music fest announced its second wave of artists, including Mr. Eazi, Jerry Paper and Nadine Shahon on Nov. 28.
Starting on Jan. 17, a weekly compilation of artists will be added to the SXSW schedule each Thursday. Check SXSW's website for more, including hotel and ticketing information.