Billie Eilish, Post Malone And A$AP Rocky to Make Merry Governors Ball 2021


Also set to aid rejoice the 10th anniversary of the festival are Megan Thee Stallion, J Balvin, DaBaby, Ellie Goulding, Youthful Thug, 21 Savage and Phoebe Bridgers among several others.

Billie Eilish, Write-up Malone and A$AP Rocky are heading to New York to assist rejoice the 10th anniversary of the Governors Ball festival.

Organizers had initially prepared to mark the milestone last June (2020) with headliners Stevie Nicks, Missy Elliott and Tame Impala, but the 3-day live performance had to be scrapped when the COVID-19 pandemic strike.

Now officers have unveiled an all-new line-up to just take heart stage for their rescheduled gigs, which have been recently postponed from this summer months to the “more realistic” autumn.

Also established to carry out from September 24 to 26 are Megan Thee Stallion, J Balvin, DaBaby, new mum Ellie Goulding, Leon Bridges, Youthful Thug, 21 Savage, Portugal. The Male, Phoebe Bridgers, Jamie XX, Carly Rae Jepsen, Burna Boy, Bleachers and Long run Islands among the lots of others.

About the event, New York Mayor Invoice de Blasio mentioned in a statement, “Constructing a recovery for all of us signifies reconnecting with the iconic events that make New York Town the finest journey vacation spot in the entire world.”

“As more New Yorkers turn out to be vaccinated by the day, we are very pleased to guidance arts and lifestyle and welcome back again Governors Ball and their superb lineup, together with New York City’s individual Princess Nokia, A$AP Rocky, and King Princess, among the other individuals,” he included.

The displays will choose spot at the Citi Area complex in Queens.

The inclusion of Billie to the Ball’s line-up arrived shortly soon after she was announced to be one of 2021 Fulfilled Gala’s co-chairs. On Monday, May possibly 3, Vogue disclosed that the “Lousy Dude” hitmaker will consider on the position together with actor Timothee Chalamet, tennis star Naomi Osaka and poet Amanda Gorman.

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