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The full Ian's Party lineup

Posted by Loren on December 7, 2019

The full Ian's Party lineup
The full Ian's Party lineup

Ian's Party, the annual new year's kickoff party in Chicagoland, has announced the second wave of artists who will perform over the three-day festival fom Jan. 3-5, 2020.

In addition to previously announced acts such as Meat Wave, Vacation, The Brokedowns, Typesetter, Howardian, and C.H.E.W., wave two features: The Mons, Devon Kay & The Solutions, Drilling For Blasting, So Pretty, Time Thieves, and many more, listed in below. 

FULL LINEUP:

Meat Wave, The Brokedowns, REZN, Cheer-Accident, Absolutely Not, The Bobby Conn Experience, Vacation, Glitter Moneyyy, Paper Mice, Blacker Face, Rad Payoff, Ganser, Ono, C.H.E.W., Rash, No Men, Lung,  Superknova, The Mons, Fury, Typesetter, Malci, Howardian, Drilling For Blasting, Aitis Band, Salvation, Kali Masi, Two Houses, Hitter, Little Church, Masonic Wave, Bruges, Furbie, Avantist, Wood Chickens, Signal, American Draft, The Baby Magic, Montrose Man, Joshua Virtue, Chicken Happen, Time Thieves, Airstream Futures, Sophagus, Lovely Little Girls, So Pretty, The God Awful Small Affairs, Post Child, Bev Rage and the Drinks, Hawley, Topomaka, Reivers, Abertooth Lincoln, Nonnie Parry, Grimms & Blacknight, Wig, Clickbait, Bloodsport: The Movie The Band, Bloodhype, Devon Kay & The Solutions, Beastii,  No Dead Heroes, None Of Your Concern, Ohori-Koen, Bosley Jr., In Masks, More Gorgeous

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Pictured: Vacation

The full Ian's Party lineup
The full Ian's Party lineup

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