Governor’s Ball Music Festival 2011

Book tickets

Jun 18 - Jun 18 2011

New York, New York (Governor's Island)

$95 (Regular); $150 (VIP)

The Governor’s Ball promises to be a massive mid-summer dance party of epic proportions. Performances will take place on two stages without overlapping sets, and feature stunning views. The artists appearing at the inaugural Governors Ball are diverse in scope and sound, spanning indie rock, dance, electronica, and hip hop, but the common theme and guiding force behind the festival is music that gets people of all walks of life moving, dancing and having a good time.

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Festival schedule is not released yet.

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