Noise Pop 2024 Lineup Announcement

Hometown festival organizers Noise Pop Industries are excited to announce today that more than 20 music artists have been added to the lineup of their Noise Pop Festival as San Francisco Bay Area’s premier independent music festival returns Thursday, February 22 through Sunday, March 3, 2024 in celebration of its 31st anniversary.

Following their initial lineup announcement, Noise Pop Festival has expanded its musical tapestry with new performers including Louis Cole, the classically-trained jazz musician and multi-instrumentalist; Dehd, the fast-rising youthful three-piece indie rock outfit; Jacques Greene b2b Nosaj Thing, the collaborative project from the minds of electronic music geniuses Canada’s Jacques Greene and Los Angeles’ Nosaj Thing; and returning festival alum Mount Eerie, an indie rock project from the mind of songwriter Phil Elverum; amongst others.

Many acclaimed female-fronted acts have also been added to the bill including Suzanne Ciani, five-time Grammy Award-nominated composer and pioneer in sound design will perform a rare concert at the highly intimate Grace Cathedral as part of a collaboration with Reflections, an immersive traveling concert series that pairs new age and ambient music with visuals and stunning architecture presented live in quadraphonic sound and bathed in an immersive light show; experiential electronic pop icon Alice Glass; French singer and instrumentalist Laetitia Sadier, perhaps best known as a founding member of the London-based band Stereolab; and Grammy Award-nominated poet, activist and songwriter Aja Monet, who will make her long-awaited San Francisco debut.

These incredible artists now find a spot on the already impressive roster which features acts such as Snail Mail, The Mountain Goats, Cherry Glazerr, Reverend Kristin Michael Hayter, Hailu Mergia, Alessandro Cortini, and more. In total, over 50 international acts now have been tapped to perform at the team’s flagship event, Noise Pop Festival, which regularly transforms the entire San Francisco Bay Area into sprawling festival grounds.

Tickets to these new concerts went on sale Friday, December 15 via www.noisepopfest.com, with full festival badges currently available for purchase. These special badges grant access to general admission (non-reserved seating) access to every music concert, happy hour, and after-hour party throughout the week-long festival although, as always, badge prices will increase with each new lineup phase announcement.

See the most updated 2024 music lineup listed below and available online at  www.noisepopfest.com:

• Snail Mail The Mountain Goats (Solo) • Louis Cole ** • Suzanne Ciani ** • Cherry Glazerr • Dehd ** • Jacques Greene b2b Nosaj Thing ** • Alice Glass ** • Reverend Kristin Michael Hayter • Mount Eerie ** • Hailu Mergia • Sofia Kourtesis • Laetitia Sadier ** • Aja Monet ** • Loving** • Actress (Live A/V) • Alessandro Cortini • Narrow Head • Califone ** • Thee Sinseers • Ana Roxanne ** • Emile Mosseri ** • Black Belt Eagle Scout ** • Militarie Gun • Ultra Q • Shay Lia • Holly Bowling ** • The Seshen ** • Kendra Morris • Melanie Charles ** • Mark Sultan BBQ ** • Pool Kids • Spiritual Cramp • Genevieve Artadi ** • Cosa Nostra Strings ** • Cadence Weapon ** • Cola • Greg Mendez • The Softies • Fog Lake ** • Nailah Hunter ** • Cole Pulice ** • Celia Hollander ** • Sour Widows ** • chokecherry • The Reds, Pinks & Purples • Stephen Steinbrink • The Sextones ** •Wombo • Roman Candle • + Plus More Acts To Be Announced Soon!

** denotes new additions

Next February, these performances will unfold across many of the Bay Area’s most coveted music venues such as Great American Music Hall, Bottom of the Hill, The Chapel, Rickshaw Stop, Joe Henderson Lab at SFJAZZ, August Hall, Gray Area, Kilowatt, Bender’s Bar and Grill, 1015 Folsom, and the list goes on including Noise Pop’s debut at the Grace Cathedral that will feature several special and intimate concerts. Entry to all of these iconic spaces will soon be available to those who purchase full festival badges, in addition to ticket-buyers at individual festival concerts.

Noise Pop would also like to thank the creative contributions of Christopher Gale, more commonly known as Kidtofer, an artist and illustrator based in Oakland and originally from Bangkok, Thailand who is responsible for designing this year’s poster artwork. Learn more about his artwork by visiting www.kidtofer.com.

Despite this year’s lineup already boasting over 50+ remarkable acts, Noise Pop looks to announce even more music artists in the coming weeks, alongside a jam-packed schedule full of happy hours, secret after-hour parties, and so much more – all of which will take place nightly over the course of a full week in late February. As Noise Pop continues to call San Francisco home, festival organizers will continue searching for new sounds and experiences to bring to the Bay Area, while also nurturing and shining a light on the local arts community.

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