Here's the Schedule for the 2017 McDowell Mountain Music Festival

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The McDowell Mountain Music Festival has announced which bands will play what days for the 2017 festival. In essence, you can start planning your festival experience now.

The festival announced its lineup in early November.

You can essentially break the schedule into broad genres. Friday, March 3, is the indie rock day, with the Shins, Grouplove, Bob Moses, and the Record Company. Saturday, March 4, is the electronic music day, with Flume, Chromeo, DJ Mustard, and more. Sunday, March 5, is the jam band day, with Gov't Mule, Lettuce, Railroad Earth, and Whiskey Myers.

Both three-day passes and single-day tickets are on sale now. Three-day general admission tickets are $85 with fees, while three-day VIP passes are $505. Single-day VIP tickets are currently $175, while single-day general admission tickets are $50. Visit McDowell Mountain Music Festival's website for to purchase tickets.

Friday, March 3
The Shins
Bob Moses
The Record Company

Saturday, March 4
Emancipator Ensemble
DJ Mustard
Hayley Kiyoko

Sunday, March 5
Gov't Mule
Railroad Earth
Whiskey Myers

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