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The crowd at Go Fest ’17. Photo by Darin Kamnetz

Go 96.3 proudly presents Go Fest ’18 on June 29th. Purchase your tickets here!

Go Fest is your annual destination for summer fun and an incredible outdoor music experience, right in the heart of the of Twin Cities! Brought to you by Audi of Minneapolis, Audi of St. Paul, McDonald’s and National Camera, Go Fest ’18 will be an unforgettable Friday night of music at the Cabooze Outdoor Plaza, headlined by alternative rock legends AWOLNATION and groovy indie-rockers The Neighbourhood.

Go Fest ’18 will also feature performances by indie-pop upstarts Lovelytheband and Pete-Wentz cosigned emo-rappers L.I.F.T., plus local music by the winner of Go 96.3’s latest Go Local Battle of the Bands.

This is an all-ages event. Doors are at 4 p.m. on June 29. Music Starts at 5pm.

Admission is $44.96, plus ticket fees. Limited-edition VIP tickets are $96. VIP tickets are extremely limited, so don’t wait!

VIP includes:

  • Ticket to the show
  • Early entry into venue – no waiting in line.
  • Go 96.3 Go Fest T-Shirt and Custom Laminate
  • Entry into Go Zone VIP Section
  • Food and beverage (liquor, water or soda) from 6pm-8pm ONLY.
  • Must be 18+ (21+ to drink)

Purchase tickets online here, or in person at The Joint Bar, Electric Fetus, Discland, Know Name Records, Down In the Valley (Golden Valley), and Mill City Sound.

Photo: Darin Kamnetz


Alternative Rock legends AWOLNATION will have some killer new music to show off at GoFest ’18. With the launch of their chart-topping new album Here Come The Runts, Aaron Bruno and company are getting ready to storm back to the stage in 2018, and GoFest ’18 will be one of the Midwest’s first chances to see them perform this year. While AWOLNATION’s danceable, industrial-tinged roots are still firmly intact on songs like “Passion”Runts finds Bruno expanding the scope of his songwriting into wistful social commentary on “Handyman.”

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The Neighbourhood

Don’t let the British-sounding name fool you, The Neighbourhood are 100% US-grown indie superstars. Hitting it big with “Sweater Weather” in 2012, the band’s intoxicating mixture of punky performances and smooth, R&B-infused pop has made them favorites on the summer festival circuit. Their new, self-titled album is barely a week old and is already stirring up buzz, thanks in part to their infectious lead single “Scary Love.”

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Los Angeles indie-pop trio Lovelytheband already had a deafening buzz before they even made it out of the garage, thanks to their charming and relatable hit “Broken.” Frontman Mitchy Collins, formerly of folk-pop band Oh Honey, has retained all of the winning songwriting of his previous projects with a revved up new sound that makes nods to ’80s icons and EDM.

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Combining the manic energy of an all-ages emo show with a cloudy, thoroughly modern rap sensibility, San Diego’s Love in Future Times, aka L.I.F.T. are the latest signing to Pete Wentz of Fall Out Boy’s Decaydance Records. Check out these “Dead Kid$” debut music video for their song “Cassette Tapes.”

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Forming after years of making music in the Midwest, the group’s love for punchy pop, old-school rock and roll, sensitive folk, and the beat of hip-hop brought their debut album “Stargazer” to a unique sound with relatable lyrics and a sincere heartbeat. With elements of synth pop, bubble guitars, and catchy vocals the group’s top priority is to give permission to the audience to have fun.

“It’s fun and carefree. It’s our job to provide people who work everyday jobs, or who are swamped with homework and life with an opportunity to let go and smile, maybe for the first time in a long time. We don’t take that lightly”.

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Click here to purchase tickets to GoFest ’18!

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