Pot of Gold Music Festival 2017 Lineup Announced: Death Cab for Cutie, G-Eazy, and More

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Death Cab for Cutie, Flogging Molly, G-Eazy, and Sublime With Rome top the bill for the third annual Pot of Gold Music Festival, which will take place on Friday, March 17, and Saturday, March 18, at Rawhide in Chandler.

The festival will be spread across two stages on each day. The first day, March 17, features five hip-hop artists on the east stage, and it's a fairly strong lineup: Behind headliner G-Eazy are Kevin Gates, who just gave a motivational speech at the Phoenix Snoop Dogg/Wiz Khalifa concert, rapper/chef Action Bronson, "Panda" rapper Desiigner, and Atlanta rapper Madeintyo. The west stage features Sublime With Rome, 311, and a number of other modern reggae bands.

The second day, on March 18, features Flogging Molly, NOFX, Death Cab for Cutie, Fitz and the Tantrums, Wolf Parade, and more, all spread across two stages. 

"The 2017 lineup brings together a mix of hip-hop, reggae, and rock on Friday and a mix of alternative, punk, and pop on Saturday," Lucky Man Concerts owner Tom LaPenna said in a press release. "We are very proud to bring together all of these amazing artists for their Arizona music fans and hope everyone attending has a great experience."

Tickets go on sale Friday, September 30, at 10 a.m. at www.potofgoldaz.com. Single-day tickets are $69, while the full weekend will cost $130. If you want to splurge for VIP tickets, it will cost you $200 for a single day or $350 for the entire weekend. 

Friday, March 17
East Stage
Kevin Gates
Action Bronson

West Stage
Sublime With Rome
Mystic Roots Band

Saturday, March 18
East Stage
Flogging Molly
Less Than Jake 
Bouncing Souls 
We The Kings 

West Stage
Death Cab For Cutie
Fitz & The Tantrums
X Ambassadors
Wolf Parade

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