Osheaga Reveals Daily Schedules for 2014
Photo: Osheaga 2013
Montréal, Canada -- Osheaga has revealed the daily schedules for the August 1-3 festival. Scroll to the bottom to see the schedule in full, then head over to the festival's website to start planning your own personal schedule via their app.
On Day 1 of Osheaga, get to the Parc Jean-Drapeau early if you want to catch The Mowgli's at 1:20pm or Bleachers at 1:30pm. Otherwise, take your time and catch Manchester Orchestra at 2:10pm, before running to see Chance the Rapper at 2:50pm. In the evening, you can catch Childish Gambino at 5:35pm - that is, if you're okay with missing London Grammar who play at 5:55pm - then check out Chromeo at 7:30pm.
Because a schedule announcement is nothing without some painful overlaps, we should have expected that Outkast, Mac DeMarco, Chase & Status, and Band of Horses will all share a Friday night time slot. Good luck making that decision!
On Saturday, don't miss Against Me! at 2:20pm, before choosing between Volcano Choir, Courtney Barnett, and Phantogram between 4 and 5pm. Later on, you'll have to make the tough call between Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds or Danny Brown, who both play from 8:05 to 9:05pm - but maybe we're in the minority there and the choice is clearer for you. As for Saturday night, be sure to catch at least part of Jack White's nearly two-hour set, beginning at 9:05pm, even if you have to leave early to see Joey Bada$$ at 9:45pm.
On the final day of the festival, you can see both The Temper Trap and The Kooks before 4pm, but if two days of festival-ing have worn you out and you need to arrive a bit late, make sure you at least get there by 4pm to catch AFI. Later on, you can see Lorde at 8:20pm, as long as you aren't into gypsy-punks Gogol Bordello, who play at the same time. Finish out your weekend by choosing between Arctic Monkeys, Dead Obies, The Glitch Mob, and Lykke Li, who share the final time slot.
Once you've got your schedule all figured out, head over to our Guide to Osheaga 2014, for all the info you need to know before you go, and for recommendations on where to eat, sleep, shop, party, and explore around Montréal.
Friday Lineup: Le Trouble, Bleachers, Dear Frederic, Dream Koala, The Mowgli's, Manchester Orchestra, July Talk, Odezsa, Chance the Rapper, Old Crow Medicine Show, The Beaches, Ryan Hemsworth, Hospitality, Awolnation, Shlohmo, Mahuat Mondino, Pusha T, Sam Roberts Band, Alex Nevsky, Bro Safari, Childish Gambino, Von Pariahs, London Grammar, Clockwork, Foster the People, Bear Mountain, Flume, White Denim, Chromeo, Skrillex, Jacques Green Live, The Men, Outkast, Chase & Status, Band of Horses, Mac DeMarco
Saturday Lineup: Kevin Drew, Wildlife, Royal Canoe, Kongos, Beat Market, The Belle Game, St. Lucia, Against Me!, Wild Child, Savoy, Serena Ryder, Reuben and the Dark, Ingrid Michaelson, Kaytranada, Local Natives, Jimmy Hunt, Volcano Choir, Courtney Barnett, Breach, Phantogram, HAIM, Reignwolf, Four Tet, Modest Mouse, Bas, Basia Bulat, Jon Hopkins, !!!, J. Cole, The Dismemberment Plan, Gesaffelstein, Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds, Young & Sick, Danny Brown, Laurent Garnier, Jack White, Joey Bada$$, SBTRKT
Sunday Lineup: Matt Mays, Henry Krinkle, Wake Owl, Hey Rosetta!, Foxtrott, Basecamp, Joelle Saint-Pierre, The Temper Trap, Travis Scott, Vance Joy, Tom Trago, The Kooks, Joywave, Portugal. The Man, Cyril Hahn, AFI, Kate Nash, CHVRCHES, Cherub, Duke Dumont, Bombay Bicycle Club, Kodaline, Temples, Tchami, Half Moon Run, Royal Blood, Cut Copy, Tiga, Kid Ink, The Replacements, Wild Cub, Lorde, Gogol Bordello, Zomboy, Jagwar Ma, Arctic Monkeys, The Glitch Mob, Dead Obies, Lykke Li