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Tuesday, May 1, 2012

I Love This City Festival Gets Even Bigger, Adds David Guetta, Datsik, Apparat, AraabMusik, and More to Lineup

Posted By on Tue, May 1, 2012 at 8:26 AM

David Guetta at Ultra Music Festival in Miami.
  • David Guetta at Ultra Music Festival in Miami.

See also:

* I Love This City Festival Moved to Shoreline From AT&T Park Parking Lot

* I Love This City Festival: Tiësto, Duck Sauce, Steve Aoki, James Murphy, Holy Ghost! and More to Play Over Two Days in S.F.

We warned you: The I Love This City festival, which is scheduled to bring two days of throbbing bass and pulsing tempos to the parking lots around AT&T Park later this month, is ballooning to even larger proportions. (As if names like Steve Aoki, Duck Sauce, and Tiësto weren't enough of a draw.)

Yesterday, festival organizers announced a spate of impressive lineup additions, including the megapopular David Guetta, Datsik, Apparat, our beloved AraabMusik, and many others. They're also reserving your attention next Monday, May 7, when Live Nation will reveal an additional special guest for Friday's lineup.

The festival runs Friday, May 25, and Saturday, May 26 at the Lot at AT&T Park, and includes more than 40 artists. Single-day tickets are now available for $85, and two-day tickets are $150.

The lineup, including recent additions, is also now divided into separate days. Check out the rough schedule after the jump.

Friday, May 25

Duck Sauce

Steve Aoki



James Murphy of LCD Soundsystem




Claude VonStroke

Cookie Monsta

The Crystal Method

Cut Chemist

Dirtyphonics (live)


Holy Ghost!



Sh*t Robot




plus special guest to be announced

Saturday, May 26


David Guetta

Laidback Luke


Feed Me



Doctor P.


Felix Cartal

Harvard Bass

Helicopter Showdown

Holy F*ck

Jaguar Skills

Kill The Noise


Miles the DJ

NiT GriT

Picture Plane

Sorry kiddies, but the festival is 18+. Single-day tickets go onsale this Friday, May 4; you can grab them here.

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