The Strokes, Phoenix & Haim Lead FYF Fest 2014 Lineup

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FYF 2013 crowd scene (Trixie Textor/Getty Images)

FYF 2013 crowd scene (Trixie Textor/Getty Images)

By Scott T. Sterling

In Southern California this August? If you’ve been looking for a bill including the Strokes and Phoenix as headliners while there, FYF Fest has a proposition for you.

The popular, annual Los Angeles’ indie rock gathering announced today (May 16) its 2014 lineup, led by the Strokes, Phoenix, and HAIM.

Related: Watch HAIM’s New Dancetastic Video for ‘If I Could Change Your Mind’

The power-packed bill also includes appearances from reunited shoegazers Slowdive, emerging dance music star Todd Terje (only one of two scheduled U.S. dates this year for Terje), Future Islands, Against Me!, Earl Sweatshirt and Grimes.

The festival is moving venues this year, from State Historic Park in downtown to the nearby L.A. Sports Arena and surrounding Exposition Park area on the University of Southern California campus. It’s slated to happen Saturday, Aug. 23, and Sunday, Aug. 24.

Check below for a full lineup. Tickets for the fest go on sale May 22.

FYF Fest 2014 Complete Lineup:

The Strokes, Haim, Phoenix, Interpol, The Blood Brothers, Slowdive, Julian Casablancas, Grimes, Flying Lotus, Blood Orange, Darkside, Little Dragon, Tycho, Jamie xx, Caribou, Built to Spill, Earl Sweatshirt, Future Islands, Slint, Four Tet, Murder City Devils, Albert Hammond Jr., Against Me!, Todd Terje, Death Grips, Real Estate, Mac Demarco, The Bronx, Tanlines, John Talabot, Run The Jewels, Ty Segall, Boris, Avey Tare’s Slasher Flicks, Daphni, Presidents of the United States of America, Deafheaven, Angel Olsen, XXYYXX, DJ Harvey, Man Man, Joyce Manor, Mount Kimbie, La Dispute, Thundercat, Kelela, Kindness, Mariachi El Bronx, Chet Faker, Daniel Avery, Connan Mockasin, Joanna Gruesome, Les Sins, Jessy Lanza, Ryan Hemsworth, Benjamin Booker, Jacco Gardner, Pink Mountaintops, Balance and Composure, Twin Peaks.

FYF Fest 2014 poster

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