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The Full 2016 Osheaga Festival Lineup Is Finally Here

Ranked 2nd best musical festival in the world.
The Full 2016 Osheaga Festival Lineup Is Finally Here

Line up after line-up has been released over the last few week, but finally, the moment we've all been waiting for: OSHEAGA HAS JUST RELEASED THEIR 2016 LINE UP.

While this festival is held outside of Toronto in perhaps what could be called our rivalry city, Montreal, we will over look it this time, because this line up is OUT OF THIS WORLD. Don't believe us? Take a look:

READ ALSO: The Ultimate Guide To Have A Perfect Weekend Getaway In Montreal

The 3-day music festival always attracts some of the biggest artists in the biz, and the 10th anniversary edition is no exception.

Now, we just have to somehow wait patiently until July 29 without losing our sh*t. Only 5 months away…

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