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Lil' Wayne & 2 Chainz, Father John Misty Top FPSF 2016 Lineup Adds

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ColleGrove, a bounce-rap duo composed of Lil Wayne and 2 Chainz, leads the handful of lineup additions to Free Press Summer Fest just announced this morning, alongside witheringly sarcastic singer-songwriter Father John Misty and goth-pop ingenue Zola Jesus. The other additions announced are Brooklyn duo Lewis Del Mar and New Orleans's legendary Preservation Hall Jazz Band.

There we were thinking FPSF couldn't surprise us anymore. We were also hoping some more locals would also be announced, but we'll have to see what happens.

Ticket prices have now increased to $157.50 for a two-day GA pass, minus fees. The festival is June 4 and 5 at Eleanor Tinsley Park. See fpsf.com to buy tickets and for other details.

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