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These Are the Five Must-See Acts at Free Press Summer Fest 2017

From Lone Star lady Solange to Scottish band Frightened Rabbit, FPSF brings the heat June 3–4.

By Emily Juhasz February 15, 2017

Music lovers, rejoice! Today, Free Press Summer Fest announced the 2017 lineup for its ninth annual gathering of the world's top bands and musicians. With more than 50 artists set to take the stage at Eleanor Tinsley Park on June 3–4, the much-anticipated event is bringing together top names, including Cage the Elephant, The Shins, Tove Lo and Portugal. The Man. Here, checkout the full lineup and our favorite performers stopping by the Bayou City.

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Hear Houston's very own Solange fresh off her first win at the 2017 Grammy Awards for Best R&B Performance for “Cranes in the Sky."


Hailing from New Zealand, the 20 year old's song “Royals,” which won a 2013 Grammy Award from her debut album "Pure Heroine," is sure to get stuck in your head again.

Frightened Rabbit

The Scottish indie rock band stops by FPSF during their U.S. tour to croon their confessional ballads, like “Keep Yourself Warm” and “Heads Roll Off.”

Bishop Briggs

The melancholy melodies by the indie artist, including favorites like “River” and “Wild Horses,” are sure to swoon audiences in June.

Milky Chance

The German folk group, known for their hit single “Stolen Dance” that went viral on YouTube in 2013 (it has close to 300 millions views to date), stops by the Bayou City. 

From $148. June 3–4. Free Press Summer Fest at Eleanor Tinsley Park, 18-3600 Allen Pkwy. fpsf.com

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