CHBPs biggest logistical nightmare is finding a stage big enough for BROCKHAMPTON.
CHBP's biggest logistical nightmare is finding a stage big enough for BROCKHAMPTON. Ashlan Grey

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Elton John-loving folk-rock troubadour Father John Misty, massive hiphop ensemble BROCKHAMPTON, and LA EDM star Dillon Francis are among the artists who'll be performing at the 22nd annual Capitol Hill Block Party music and arts festival, it was announced this morning at KEXP's Gathering Space. CHBP happens July 20-22 in the Pike-Pine corridor between Broadway and 12th Avenue.

"We’re thrilled to have a mix of alumni artists and new talent to headline the festival this year," Capitol Hill Block Party owner and producer Jason Lajeunesse said in a press release. "We’re always excited to host some of the city’s best emerging breakout artists every summer.”

You can obtain passes now here. Prices for single-day ($65), two-day ($110), three-day ($155), and VIP ($300) will hold until inventory runs out. Tiered pricing structure will be announced with 48 hours’ notice on the CHBP site and social media platforms.

PARTIAL LINEUP

Father John Misty // Dillon Francis // BROCKHAMPTON // Oh Wonder // Goldlink // Cashmere Cat //Alvvays // Sol // Betty Who // Ryan Caraveo // Quinn XCII // Two Feet // Yaeji // Bully // TR/ST // The Dip// Jamila Woods // Chet Porter // Amber Mark // Kelly Lee Owens // Melvv // Overcoats // Gavin Turek// Great Grandpa // Dude York // pluko // Flasher // Busty and the Brass // Teskey Brothers // Chong the Nomad // PARISALEXA // Metsä + many more

PARTIAL LINEUP BY DAY

FRIDAY, JULY 20
Dillon Francis // Goldlink // Alvvays // Sol // Yaeji// Quinn XCII // Melvv // Kelly Lee Owens // Flasher //
Dude York
SATURDAY, JULY 21
BROCKHAMPTON // Oh Wonder // Betty Who // The Dip // Jamila Woods // Chet Porter // Gavin Turek //
Pluto // Great Grandpa // Busty and the Brass // PARISALEXA // Metsä
SUNDAY, JULY 22
Father John Misty // Cashmere Cat // Ryan Caraveo // Two Feet // Bully // TR/ST // Amber Mark //
Overcoats // Chong the Nomad // Teskey Brothers

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Below are tracks by the two artists I'm most excited about, so far: the enigmatic electronic-music diva Kelly Lee Owens and Breeders-esque bruisers Bully.

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