Beirut, Bob Mould, Albert Hammond Jr. Confirmed for Noise Pop 2019

Caroline Rose, Teenage Fanclub, and Jason Lytle round out the first lineup announcement for the 27th annual celebration of indie culture.

Noise Pop 2018 (Eric Pratt)

The nearly festival-less winter doldrums can be a rough time of year — is February anybody’s favorite month, really? — but thankfully, we have Noise Pop. The same people who put on the revived Treasure Island Music Festival and the 20th Street Block Party have announced the first installment of 2019’s lineup, the 27th Bay Area-wide celebration of independent music, culture, art, and film (Feb. 25-March 3, 2019).

Headlining next year’s festival are baroque-pop project Beirut, Hüsker Dü guitarist-turned-DJ Bob Mould, 30-year-old Scottish indie band Teenage Fanclub, singer-songwriter Caroline Rose, Strokes guitarist-keyboardist Albert Hammond Jr., Granddaddy frontman and quirky Modesto native Jason Lytle, and L.A. electonica whiz Baths.

Early Bird ($149) and Super Fan ($399) festival badges are on sale as of Wednesday at 10 a.m., with tickets to individual shows available this Friday, Oct. 26. This year, Noise Pop has debuted a “Super Fam” badge, two premium badges tied together in such a way that the primary wearer and take different +1’s to different shows.

See the full list of the phase one lineup announcement below:

Beirut
Bob Mould
Teenage Fanclub
Albert Hammond Jr.
Jason Lytle (of Grandaddy)
Baths
Current Joys
VHS Collection
Caroline Rose
My Brightest Diamond
MNDSGN
Kllo
Haley Heynderickx
Helado Negro
Kamaal Williams
Oh Pep!
Jitwam (Live Band)
KERA
Club Night
Los Wálters
H.C. McEntire
Gap Girls

Noise Pop, Feb. 25-March 3, 2019, at various venues, noisepop.com

View Comments