Osheaga Music and Arts Festival
Parc Jean-Drapeau
August 2, 2019


Parc Jean-Drapeau
1275 St-Antoine St. W., Montreal, QC, CA


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Osheaga Music and Arts Festival Biography

The Osheaga Music and Arts Festival (French: Festival de la musique et des arts Osheaga) is a multi-day indie music festival in Montreal, Quebec, that is held annually at Parc Jean-Drapeau on Île Sainte-Hélène every summer. The festival takes place on six stages with various audience capacities. Translated from their French equivalents, they are called "River Stage," "Mountain Stage," "Green Stage," "Trees Stage," "Valley Stage," and "Zone Picnik Electronik." Each performance area is paired with a sponsor. Band set times fluctuate based on the status of the performer within the festival. Emerging artists play 30-minute sets, and headliners conclude each day with 90-minute plus sets. The 2006 festival attracted a crowd of around 25,000 people. The 2012 festival reached its 40,000 attendance capacity each day.

Since 2006, the Osheaga Music and Arts festival has established itself as the most important festival of its genre in Canada. With its numerous outdoor stages located at parc Jean-Drapeau on Montreal's Saint Helen's Island, Osheaga attracted 120 000 music lovers from North America and Europe last year. A huge celebration dedicated to music and visual arts, Osheaga has given itself the objective of discovering local and national emerging talent offering them the opportunity to play alongside some of the biggest international artists in the business including: Coldplay, The Killers, Iggy & The Stooges, Sonic Youth, The Roots, Rufus Wainwright, Arcade Fire, Weezer and Eminem. Over the course of several days, approximately 100 bands will take to the various stages at parc Jean-Drapeau and across the city in the festive ambiance that only a Montreal summer can provide. Osheaga also holds a series of concerts and exhibitions in several locations around the city during the week leading up to the main event. For its ninth edition, the Osheaga Music and Arts festival, presented by Virgin Mobile, promises an exhilarating experience with, among others: Jack White, Outkast and Skrillex.
In the past 2 editions the festival has introduced "Osheaga Play", an interactive play area and social media integrated photo system. The "play zone" features carnival games where festival goers can play games and accumulate points to cash in for prizes. Osheaga Play also features roaming photographers who can scan participants RFID bracelets so the photos will be directly uploaded to their social medias.

Osheaga is a title given to the particular region of Canada now known as Montreal. The name is first attested in written records by Jacques Cartier, one of the first European settlers there, when he communicated with the local St. Lawrence Iroquoian people, and recorded the name of their settlement as Hochelaga. Most linguists have ascribed the name to a francisation of either osekare, meaning "beaver path" or "beaver dam", or osheaga, meaning "big rapids" in reference to the nearby Lachine Rapids. An alternative explanation has been claimed in which "Osheaga" meant "people of the shaking hands", tricking Cartier into recording the settlement's name as a word that was actually a mocking comment directed at him; in some versions of this story, the Iroquoian people were bewildered by Cartier waving his hands wildly to attract their attention as he first approached the settlement in his boat, while in others they were bewildered by his European custom of greeting them with a handshake.
These latter explanations are favoured by the Mohawk people at Kahnawake, as in the Mohawk language the phrase "people of the hands" can be expressed as "O she ha ga" or "Oshahaka". They cannot, however, be easily confirmed or refuted, as the few known surviving remnants of the extinct Laurentian language that was spoken by the Iroquoian people at Hochelaga are only modestly similar to the distantly related Mohawk language, which was not spoken anywhere even remotely close to Hochelaga at the time of Cartier's contact.
The inaugural edition of Osheaga termed itself a "music and arts festival." It took place on Labour Day weekend, September 2–3, 2006. Nick Farkas, a concert buyer for Gillett Entertainment Group at the time, presented the event. Noticing a lack of similarly themed music venues on the East Coast, Farkas hoped to take advantage of Montreal's newfound credibility among indie music listeners. "People love Montreal. Let's not kid ourselves—that makes it attractive (to bands), but it's hard for people to take a chance on a first year fest." Farkas attempted to establish a lineup of underground artists that would appeal to both discerning fans and the broader public. Coordinators aspired to transform the festival into a destination event. "That's the goal—to get people talking about it, and coming from all over," said Farkas in 2006.
Osheaga's sophomore year began to take stride with the Smashing Pumpkins, M.I.A, Feist, and the Arctic Monkeys. Accordingly, organizers hoped to imitate the previous year's success by hosting an assortment of indie performers. "The fest offers an array of quality, mid-level alternative bands. But put them together—here's the key to Osheaga's success—and you have a headliner by committee." In keeping with the festival's name, Osheaga coordinator's also incorporated several Montreal-based bands including the Sam Roberts Band, Stars, Dumas, Sixtoo, Pawa Up First, Pony Up, the Royal Mountain Band, Sunday Sinners, and Pas Chic Chic.
Moving to the first weekend in August, the third Osheaga festival broadened its indie appeal by incorporating The Killers, a rock group, and Jack Johnson. Crowds initially complained that Johnson would muddle the festival's persona, but Farkas asserted, "...in (his) philosophy—everything fits." At this point in Osheaga's lifespan, the event was not a financial success. However, the inclusion of more recognizable headliners was intended to draw more expansive crowds. Secondary acts consisted of Metric, The Black Keys, Cat Power, and The Kills. Osheaga 2008 occurred August 2–3 at Jean Drapeau Park, Montreal.
The fourth installation of the festival originally slotted Coldplay and the Beastie Boys as the two-day event's leading performances. However, the Beastie Boys were forced to withdraw after Adam Yauch was diagnosed with a cancerous tumor in his salivary gland. Event organizers filled the opening with Yeah Yeah Yeahs, a then up and coming rock group from Brooklyn. 450 refunds were granted to attendees that requested them. Otherwise, reactions to the set change were positive. Despite these setbacks, the fourth Osheaga festival was the first edition to make a profit. Fifty acts performed on 4 stages from August 1–2, 2009, including Girl Talk, Lykke Li, Jason Mraz, the Decemberists, Arctic Monkeys, and Vampire Weekend.
In its fifth year, Osheaga welcomed Arcade Fire and a host of eclectic sets to its venues. The MEG stage was replaced by the Green stage—a wind and solar powered platform. In keeping with this environmental consciousness, free bike parking and public transit to Jean Drapeau Park was also offered. After the sale of Gillett Entertainment Group, Osheaga fell under the promotion of Evenko. However, Nick Farkas, the company's Vice President of Concerts and Events, continued to head the festival. Roughly 30% of ticket sales in 2010 came from Montreal, 20% from Ontario, and 12% from the United States.
The sixth annual Osheaga festival sold more than 81,000 tickets—more than any previous year. It was also the first three-day incarnation of the event. Eminem closed out the Friday performances, signifying a turning point in the festival's development. 38,000 attendees, the largest single-crowd seen since Osheaga's inauguration, stretched the venue's 35,000 capacity. Despite the absence of a similarly high-profile performer, the seventh edition of Osheaga in 2012 sold out at 120,000 total attendees over the three-day weekend from August 3–5, 2012. Farkas credited the surge to 2011s big-name lineup and the festival's recognition outside Montreal. Eminem's performance inflated the festival's presence among American and European markets, making it a destination on an international scale. Headliners in 2012 included The Black Keys, Snoop Dogg, Justice, M83, MGMT, Feist, Sigur Ros, and the Jesus and Mary Chain. However, the once intimate festival layout made for reportedly frustrating navigation among such massive crowds.
In 2013, the festival continued to out-do previous sales, selling out in record time with a total of 135,000 audience members. In fact, 70% of tickets were purchased from outside the Province of Quebec. To accommodate these growing numbers, the site at Jean Drapeau Park was expanded to a 42,500-person capacity. The lineup slated Mumford & Sons, The Cure, and Beck as the main attractions, followed by Phoenix, Imagine Dragons, Vampire Weekend, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, New Order, The Lumineers, Tegan and Sara, and Kendrick Lamar. Physical organization of the venue continued to present issues in light of foot traffic-prone crowds. "Adequate flow patterns are something we never thought of before," said Farkas. "We were always focusing on the lineup, and making it better than the last year."
Ranked by Pollster as the #1 festival in Canada and the #11 festival in the world, Osheaga has grown significantly since its inauguration. Some have criticized the pronounced commercial presence at 2013's festival; however, those same reviewers admit that the lineup quality has been well maintained since 2006. In total, the festival has presented more than 600 performances to more than 400,000 audience members.
In 2014, the festival added a sixth stage, the Valley Stage. The lineup featured headliners such as OutKast, Jack White, Arctic Monkeys, Skrillex, Lorde and The Replacements.
River Stage
Saturday: The Magic Numbers, World Party, The Stills, Malajube, K-os, Amon Tobin, Sonic Youth
Sunday: Islands, Wolf Parade, G. Love & Special Sauce, Damian Marley, Ben Harper & the Innocent Criminals
Mountain Stage
Saturday: Grace Potter, Joseph Arthur, Vulgaires Machins, Dinosaur Jr., Metric, Clap Your Hands Say Yeah
Sunday: Starsailor, Ben Lee, Dobacaracol, Bedouin Soundclash, Kid Koala, The Flaming Lips
MEG Stage
Saturday: Crystal Cliffs, HushPuppies, Think About Life, Bush Tetras, Duchess Says, We Are Wolves, James Chance, Brazilian Girls
Sunday: Zombie, Herman Düne, Call Me Poupée, Final Fantasy, The Hidden Cameras, Bell Orchestre, Lady Sovereign
Trees Stage
Saturday: Mission District, Yoav, Major Maker, Dirty Tricks, The Colour, The Shys, Wintersleep, Born Ruffians, Matt Mays & El Torpedo
Sunday: TAM, Shoot the Moon, Tokyo Police Club, The Meligrove Band, Basia Bulat, Patrick Watson, Land of Talk, The Mongrels, Holy Fuck
Arts Lounge
Saturday: Interactive Video, Vj Pillow, Hvw8, Solid State, Ckut, Intorchao
Sunday: Vj Pillow, Hvw8, Mark Robertson, Solid State, Intorchao, Interactive Video, Kid Koala

River Stage
Saturday: Rahzel, Editors, Blonde Redhead, Stars, Dumas, The Smashing Pumpkins
Sunday: The Brand New Heavies, Paolo Nutini, Martha Wainwright, Arctic Monkeys, Gotan Project, Bloc Party
Mountain Stage
Saturday: Apostle of Hustle, Jamie T, Xavier Caféine, Patrick Watson, Feist, Damien Rice
Sunday: We Are Scientists, Pascale Picard, Sam Roberts Band, Macy Gray, Interpol
MEG Stage
Saturday: Donzelle, Thunderheist, The Clientele, Santogold, Adam Kesher, Explosions in the Sky, Mike Relm
Sunday: Gray Kid, Peter von Poehl, Pas Chic Chic, Au Revoir Simone, Miracle Fortress, The Besnard Lakes, M.I.A.
Trees Stage
Saturday: Lesbo Vrouven, Ohbijou, Ideal Lovers, The Veils, The Nymphets, Panthers, Fucked Up, CPC Gangbangs, The Heights, Hank Pine and Lily Fawn
Sunday: Dragonette, The Most Serene Republic, Krief, Sunday Sinners, Pony Up, The Royal Mountain Band, Harvee, You Say Party! We Say Die!, Elsiane, Plaster
Salon Des Arts
Saturday: Justin Nozuka, Sixtoo, Maxime Robin, Tony Ezzy, Daft Punk's Electroma (film screening)
Sunday: Sixtoo, Pawa Up First, 011
River Stage
Saturday: Louis XIV, N.E.R.D, Metric, Cat Power, The Killers
Sunday: Neil Halstead, Matt Costa, The Black Keys, Duffy, Jack Johnson
Mountain Stage
Saturday: Sleepercar, Spiritualized, Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings, Iggy & The Stooges
Sunday: Rogue Wave, The Weakerthans, Gogol Bordello, Broken Social Scene
MEG Stage
Saturday: Beast, Plants and Animals, Duchess Says, DeVotchKa, Booka Shade, Sébastien Tellier
Sunday: Jamie Lidell, The Kills, MGMT, The Go! Team, CSS, Chromeo
Trees Stage
Saturday: The Wooden Sky, La Patère Rose, The Tom Fun Orchestra, Luke Doucet & The White Falcon, Le Husky, Chocolat, Payz Play, Sebastien Grainger & The Mountains, The National Parcs
Sunday: Esker Mica, Chris Velan, Cœur de pirate, Robertson, Shawn Hewitt & The National Strike, Rock Plaza Central, The Enemy, Radio Radio, Bonjour Brumaire
River Stage
Saturday: Kitty Daisy & Lewis, Josh Ritter, Eagles of Death Metal, Jason Mraz, Coldplay
Sunday: The Honey Brothers, Beast, Vampire Weekend, The Decemberists, Yeah Yeah Yeahs
Mountain Stage
Saturday: Donavon Frankenreiter, Caracol, Elbow, The Roots
Sunday: The Beatnuts, The Ting Tings, Rufus Wainwright, Arctic Monkeys
MEG Stage
Saturday: NLF3, La Roux, K'naan, The Stills, Lykke Li, Girl Talk
Sunday: Yes Giantess, Miike Snow, Naïve New Beaters, Cursive, Tiga, Crystal Castles
Trees Stage
Saturday: Jesca Hoop, Silver Starling, Parlovr, Gentleman Reg, Flash Lightnin', The Rural Alberta Advantage, Chinatown, Winter Gloves, Woodhands
Sunday: Le Volume Était Au Maximum, Lanan, Lil Andy, Arkells, Amazing Baby, Ladies of the Canyon, Heartless Bastards, Hey Rosetta!, Hollerado

River Stage
Saturday: The Walkmen, Sarah Harmer, Jimmy Cliff, Stars, Pavement, Arcade Fire
Sunday: Seu Jorge, The Gaslight Anthem, The Black Keys, The Cat Empire, Sonic Youth, Weezer
Mountain Stage
Saturday: Shane Murphy, Rich Aucoin, Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros, K'naan, Keane, The National
Sunday: Galactic with Cyril Neville, Ian Kelly, Ariane Moffatt, Charlie Winston, Snoop Dogg, Metric
Green Stage
Saturday: Skip The Use, Owen Pallett, Dan Black, Japandroids, Jamie Lidell, Beach House, Robyn
Sunday: Sennheiser Winner, Still Life Still, Blitzen Trapper, The Antlers, We Are Wolves, Jon Spencer Blues Explosion, Devo
Trees Stage
Saturday: Daniel Isaiah Schachter, Ingrid Michaelson, Final Flash, Little Scream, Bahamas, Avi Buffalo, Marie-Pierre Arthur, Fran Healy, The Unsettlers
Sunday: Cotton Mouth, Ariel, Hannah Georgas, Horse Feathers, Amanda Mabro, The Morning Benders, Pawa Up First, Frank Turner, Ra Ra Riot, Tim Barry
Zone Piknic Electronik
Saturday: E.S.L. with Sharivari and Skinny Bones, Roska, Mary Anne Hobbs, Hovatron, Lazer Sword, Dj Bus
Sunday: Fancyfhreek, Lunice, Major Lazer, Mossa, Round Table Knights

River Stage
Friday: Kid Koala, Charles Bradley, Bran Van 3000, Eminem
Saturday: The Midway State, Hey Rosetta!, John Butler Trio, Karkwa, Death From Above 1979, Elvis Costello & The Imposters
Sunday: Typhoon, Eels, Cypress Hill, Beirut, The Tragically Hip, The Flaming Lips
Mountain Stage
Friday: The Knux, Broken Social Scene, Janelle Monáe
Saturday: The 222s, Manchester Orchestra, Tokyo Police Club, Sam Roberts Band, Lupe Fiasco, Bright Eyes
Sunday: The Sheepdogs, Frightened Rabbit, The Sounds, Malajube, City and Colour, Death Cab For Cutie
Green Stage
Friday: Lights, Glass Candy, Joseph Arthur, Timber Timbre
Saturday: Passwords, Oh Land, Braids, Twin Shadow, Sia, Ratatat, Bassnectar
Sunday: Sherlock, An Horse, Smith Westerns, The Pains of Being Pure at Heart, Ellie Goulding, White Lies, Crystal Castles, MSTRKRFT
Trees Stage
Friday: Sweet Thing, Uncle Bad Touch, Ana Tijoux, El Ten Eleven, The Rural Alberta Advantage, The Barr Brothers
Saturday: Jesuslesfilles, The High Dials, Mother Mother, The Mountain Goats, Suuns, PS I Love You, Anna Calvi, Sam Adams, Fucked Up
Sunday: Elephant Stone, Jimmy Hunt, Freedom or Death, The Luyas, Viva Brother, The Joy Formidable, The Low Anthem, Shad, Baths, Galaxie
Zone Piknic Electronik
Friday: Slim Jim, Alaclair Ensemble, Comic Strip, MC2, DJ Cosmo
Saturday: DUVALL, Egyptrixx, DâM-Funk, Jacques Greene, Robot Koch, Robot Koch, Girl Unit
Sunday: A-Rock, Shaydakiss, Dillon Francis, Jeremy Ellis, Jamie xx, Claude Von Stroke

Osheaga 2012 took place August 3, 4, and 5 at Montreal's Parc Jean-Drapeau.

The final lineup was announced on July 10, 2012 and includes:
River Stage
Friday: LP, Fun, Radio Radio, Franz Ferdinand, Florence + The Machine, Justice
Saturday: The Dø, Portugal. The Man, Plants and Animals, Dumas, Garbage, Snoop Dogg
Sunday: Zeus, Aloe Blacc, Common, Passion Pit, City and Colour, The Black Keys
Mountain Stage
Friday: Charli XCX, The Walkmen, Down With Webster, Amadou & Mariam, The Weeknd, Sigur Rós
Saturday: Kathleen Edwards, Calexico, Young The Giant, Brand New, Feist
Sunday: CHAPPO, Dan Mangan, Tame Impala, Santigold, The Shins, Metric
Green Stage
Friday: Hey Ocean!, Poliça, Bombay Bicycle Club, Of Monsters and Men, Gary Clark Jr., Classified, MGMT
Saturday: Memoryhouse, The Aggrolites, Cursive, The Raveonettes, ASAP Rocky, Yeasayer, The Jesus and Mary Chain
Sunday: Peter Peter, The Airplane Boys, The Airborne Toxic Event, Austra, Woodkid, Bloc Party, M83
Trees Stage
Friday: Solids, Yukon Blonde, Freelance Whales, The Jezabels, Dum Dum Girls, Atlas Sound, Wintersleep, Half Moon Run, Les Breastfeeders
Saturday: Propofol, Karim Ouellet, Kandle, Black Lips, Young Galaxy, Arkells, Avec pas d'casque, The Death Set, The Sheepdogs
Sunday: Doe Paoro, Zola Jesus, Koriass, Michael Kiwanuka, James Vincent McMorrow, Sandro Perri, The Black Angels, Asexuals, Keys N Krate
Zone Piknic Electronik
Friday: Funkyfalz, Prison Garde, Mak 10 & Hyper MC, Huoratron
Saturday: Simon Called Peter, Kaytradamus, Nosaj Thing, Brandt Brauer Frick, SBTRKT, Little Dragon, Adventure Club,
Sunday: Vosper, Zombie Disco Squad, Le Matos, Buraka Som Sistema, Madeon, Wolfgang Gartner, Knife Party
The 2012 edition of the festival sold 120 000 tickets in total.
Osheaga 2013 took place August 2, 3, and 4 at Montreal's Parc Jean-Drapeau.
River Stage
Friday: Capital Cities, Oberhofer, Ben Howard, Two Door Cinema Club, Vampire Weekend, The Cure
Saturday: Raine Maida, The Heavy, Flogging Molly, Tegan and Sara, Imagine Dragons, Beck
Sunday: Twin Forks, Frightened Rabbit, Charles Bradley and His Extraordinaries, Big Boi, Kendrick Lamar, Mumford & Sons
Mountain Stage
Friday: k-os, Daughter, Alt-J, Ellie Goulding, Phoenix
Saturday: Grouplove, Tokyo Police Club, Jimmy Eat World, Stars, K-OS, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis
Sunday: Atlas Genius, Jessie Ware, Silversun Pickups, The Lumineers, New Order
Green Stage
Friday: Majical Cloudz, Guards, DIIV, Lianne La Havas, Jake Bugg, The Gaslight Anthem, Beach House
Saturday: Wild Nothing, Yelawolf, Lou Doillon, Tricky, The Breeders, Explosions in the Sky, C2C
Sunday: MNDR, Bad Things, Little Green Cars, Icona Pop, Holy Ghost!, Father John Misty, Misteur Valaire, Hot Chip
Trees Stage
Friday: Ponctuation, Hyphen Hyphen, Wild Belle, The Head and the Heart, Palma Violets, Cafeine, Diamond Rings, Rich Aucoin
Saturday: Corb Lund, Groenland, Deap Vally, Loud Lary Ajust, Frank Turner, Bob Mould, We Are Wolves, Angel Haze
Sunday: Nightbox, Les sœurs Boulay, Shovels & Rope, Hannah Georgas, Dusted, Hollerado, The Neighbourhood, Death Grips,
Zone Piknic Electronik
Friday: Millimetrik, EC Twins, Carnage, Kidnap Kid, Rudimental, Vilify & Henward, Jets, Baauer, A Tribe Called Red
Saturday: Humans, Rone, Amtrac, Cajmere, Soul Clap, Azari & III, Bonobo, Style of Eye, Jacques Lu Cont, Porter Robinson
Sunday: DVBBS, Odezenne, Robert DeLong, Floating Points, Jackmaster, The Knocks, Gramatik, Tommy Trash, Disclosure, Pretty Lights
Osheaga 2014 took place August 1, 2 and 3 at Montreal's Parc Jean-Drapeau.
River Stage
Friday: Bleachers, Old Crow Medicine Show, Sam Roberts Band, Foster the People, Outkast
Saturday: Kevin Drew, Against Me!, Local Natives, HAIM, J. Cole, Jack White
Sunday: Matt Mays, Bombay Bicycle Club, Portugal. The Man, Kodaline, The Replacements, Arctic Monkeys
Mountain Stage
Friday: The Royal Streets, Manchester Orchestra, Awolnation, Childish Gambino, Skrillex
Saturday: Kongos, Serena Ryder, Volcano Choir, Modest Mouse, Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds
Sunday: Hey Rosetta!, The Kooks, CHVRCHES, Half Moon Run, Lorde
Valley Stage
Friday: Dear Frederic, The Beaches, Mahaut Mondino, Von Pariahs, White Denim
Saturday: The Belle Game, Reuben and the Dark, Courtney Barnett, Bas, The Dismemberment Plan
Sunday: Joëlle Saint-Pierre, Joywave, Cherub, Royal Blood, Wild Cub
Green Stage
Friday: The Mowgli's, Motel Raphaël, Pusha T, London Grammar, Chromeo, Band of Horses
Saturday: Wildlife, St. Lucia, Ingrid Michaelson, Phantogram, Basia Bulat, Danny Brown, SBTRKT
Sunday: Wake Owl, Travis Scott, AFI, The Temper Trap, Cut Copy, Gogol Bordello, Lykke Li
Trees Stage
Friday: Le Trouble, July Talk, Hospitality, Alex Nevsky, Bear Mountain, The Men, Mac DeMarco
Saturday: Royal Canoe, Wild Child, Jimmy Hunt, Reignwolf, !!!, Young & Sick, Joey Bada$$
Sunday: Foxtrott, Vance Joy, Kate Nash, Temples, Kid Ink, Jagwar Ma, Dead Obies
Piknic Electronik Stage
Friday: Dream Koala, Odesza, Ryan Hemsworth, Shlohmo, Bro Safari, Clockwork, Flume, Jacques Green, Chase & Status
Saturday: Beat Market, Savoy, Kaytranada, Breach, Four Tet, Jon Hopkins, Gesaffelstein, Laurent Garnier
Sunday: Henry Krinkle, Basecamp, Tom Trago, Cyril Hahn, Duke Dumont, Tchami, Tiga, Zomboy, The Glitch Mob
Osheaga 2015 took place July 31 and August 1 and 2 at Montreal's Parc Jean-Drapeau.
River Stage
Friday: Catfish and the Bottlemen, Iron & Wine with Ben Bridwell, Angus & Julia Stone, The Decemberists, The Avett Brothers, Florence + The Machine
Saturday: The Rural Alberta Advantage, Arkells, St. Vincent, Ben Harper & the Innocent Criminals, Patrick Watson, Kendrick Lamar
Sunday: X Ambassadors, James Bay, Father John Misty, The War on Drugs, Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros, The Black Keys
Mountain Stage
Friday: Grace Potter. George Ezra, Marina and The Diamonds, Stars & Friends, Of Monsters and Men
Saturday: X Prime, Young the Giant, Milky Chance, Interpol, Weezer
Sunday: Ryn Weaver, Gary Clark Jr, Future Islands, Hot Chip, Alt-J
Valley Stage
Friday: Strand of Oaks, Shakey Graves, Bahamas, Twenty One Pilots, G-Eazy, Young Fathers
Saturday: Leikeli47, Seoul, Pierre Kwenders, Alvvays, Desaparecidos, Ariane Moffatt
Sunday: Cordelia & The Buffalo, Glass Animals, Sylvan Esso, First Aid Kit, Broods, Banks
Green Stage
Friday: John Jacob Magistery, The Franklin Electric, Run The Jewels, The Kills, Chet Faker, FKA Twigs, Schoolboy Q
Saturday: Bernhari, carte blanche to Karim Ouellet, Narcy with Yasiin Bey (aka Mos Def), Christine And The Queens, Nas, Kygo, Caribou
Sunday: SZA, Raury, MS MR, Charli XCX, Brand New, Tove Lo, Tyler, The Creator
Trees Stage
Friday: PONI, DMA's, Guster, Milk & Bone, The Thurston Moore Band, Viet Cong,
Saturday: Leisure Cruise, The OBGMs, Lion Babe, Bishop Nehru, Anamanaguchi, Nothing
Friday: Jessica Hernandez & the Deltas, Coasts, San Fermin, Toro y Moi, Philip Selway, Klô Pelgag, EZ3kiel
Piknic Electronik Stage
Friday: CRi, Skylar Spence, Sango, Tommy Kruise, Hermitude, Cashmere Cat, Brodinski, GTA, RL Grime, A Tribe Called Red
Saturday: Das Mörtal, Peking Duk, Slow Magic, Klangkarussell, Daphni, Oliver Heldens, What So Not, Hudson Mohawke, Art Department, Robin Schulz
Sunday: Boundary, Thylacine, Bob Moses, N'TO, Goldroom, The Black Madonna, Dusky, Zhu
Osheaga 2016 took place on July 29 to July 31 at Montreal's Parc Jean-Drapeau.
River Stage
Friday: Banners, Kaleo, Silversun Pickups, Beirut, Half Moon Run, Red Hot Chili Peppers
Saturday: Night Riots, July Talk, The Barr Brothers, The Arcs, HAIM, Lana Del Rey
Sunday: MØ, The Cat Empire, Leon Bridges, M83, Radiohead
Mountain Stage
Friday: Dragonette, Elle King, Passenger, Cypress Hill, The Lumineers
Saturday: MisterWives, Daughter, Kurt Vile & The Violators, Bastille, Death Cab For Cutie
Sunday: Melanie Martinez, BØRNS, Foals, Grimes, Gramatik
Green Stage
Friday: Caveboy, Jeremy Loops, GoldLink, Wolf Parade, Bloc Party, The Underachievers, Flume
Saturday: Charlotte Cardin, Coleman Hell, Lucius, Logic, Best Coast, The Last Shadow Puppets, Future
Sunday: SonReal, The Paper Kites, St. Lucia, Skepta, Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats, Tory Lanez, Mac Miller
Valley Stage
Friday: Elephant Stone, Jack Garratt, Oh Wonder, The Wombats, Years & Years, Vince Staples
Saturday: The Damn Truth, Frances, Charlotte Cardin, Post Malone, Cœur de pirate, Jazz Cartier
Sunday: Alex G, The Struts, The Strumbellas, Nothing But Thieves, Koriass, Dead Obies
Trees Stage
Friday: La famille Ouellette, Safia Nolin, Dear Rouge, White Lung, Marian Hill, Låpsley
Saturday: Noé, Hiatus Kaiyote, Foreign Diplomats, Cloves, Busty and the Bass, AURORA
Sunday: Israel Nash, Foy Vance, Dilly Dally, Little Simz, HÆLOS, Allie X
Piknic Electronik Stage
Friday: Haute, Classixx, Snakehips, Sophie, Hi-Lo, Boris Brejcha, Paul Kalkbrenner, Boys Noize
Saturday: Tennyson, Feder, Fakear, The Range, Mura Masa, Kaytranada, Todd Terje & The Olsens
Sunday: Le Matos, Lane 8, RÜFÜS DU SOL, Keys N Krates, Baauer, Evian Christ
The 2017 Osheaga Festival has been scheduled for August 4-6 at Montreal's Parc Jean-Drapeau. While days and stages have not been announced, the following performers are scheduled to appear:
The Weeknd, Muse, Lorde, Major Lazer, Alabama Shakes, Justice, Solange, Vance Joy, Cage the Elephant, Foster the People, MGMT, Nicolas Jaar, Father John Misty, Die Antwoord, The Shins, Milky Chance, Belle and Sebastian, Zeds Dead, Run the Jewels, Liam Gallagher, Broken Social Scene, Glass Animals, Majid Jordan, Nina Kraviz, London Grammar, Lil Uzi Vert, Crystal Castles, Jon Bellion, Tove Lo, Glack, De La Soul, Tegan and Sara, Jain, Flatbush Zombies, Snails, Russ, George Ezra, Death from Above 1979, Local Natives, Arkells, Danny Brown, Graz, Rag'N'Bone Man, Sampha, Phantogram, Petit Biscuit, Foxygen, Fritz Kalkbrenner, Angel Olsen, Matoma, Little Dragon, Car Seat Headrest, Dawes, Mija, Strand of Oaks, Maggie Rogers, Plants and Animals, Sohn, Mick Jenkins, Zara Larsson, Temples, BadBadNotGood, Andy Shauf, The Lemon Twigs, Barns Courtney, PUP, Kink, Daniel Avery, Whitney, Honne, Joseph, Hamilton Leithauser, Rone, Denzel Curry, Cloud Nothings, Muna, Darius, Daniel Ceasar, Grace Mitchell, DJ Tennis, Noname, Lido, Bishop Briggs, Gordi, Middle Kids, Cherry Glazerr, Blaenavon, Weval, Sofi Tukker, Skott, Jacob Banks, Beach Slang, Sam Gellaitry, Heat,The Districts, River Tiber, Harrison Brome, Swet Shop Boys, Bjarki, The Funk Hunters, Cri, Kroy, The Geek x VRV, Le Couleur, Samito, Geoffrey, Harrison, Heartstreets, Men I Trust, Rosie Valland, Bernardino Femminielli, Loophole, Olivia Swann, Choir! Choir! Choir!

"General Info - Past Lineups". Osheaga. 2009. Archived from the original on 2010-03-14. Retrieved 2010-03-14. 
See also
Heavy MONTRÉAL, another music festival at Parc Jean-Drapeau
External links
Osheaga Festival

Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Osheaga_Festival