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Holy Ship!! Announces 2013 Lineup, Includes Justice, Diplo, and A-Trak

Holy Ship!!'s maiden voyage set sail this January, bringing EDM to the all of the high seas, from Fort Lauderdale to the Bahamas. The cruise included wild performances and high jinks by Steve Aoki, Laidback Luke, Diplo, and Skrillez. County Grind's Mark Pratt and Ian Witlen were there, documenting all of the best and worst moments. 

On January 4, 2013, Holy Ship!! returns to our port to present four days of live electronic music with Justice, Boys Noize, Knife Party, Major Lazer, Diplo, A-Trak, and Scream, and Benga in tow. The full lineup has just been announced by Hard Events, Cloud 9 Adventures, and the Bowery Presents. It appears after the jump. 

The Complete Lineup
Justice (DJ set)
Boys Noize
Knife Party
Major Lazer
Skream & Benga
Busy P
Jack Beats
12th Planet
Dillon Francis
Tommy Trash
Digitalism (DJ Set)
Kill The Noise
Alvin Risk
Claude Vonstroke
Justin Martin
Big Gigantic
Eats Everything
L-Vis 1990
Bok Bok
J. Philip
Girl Unit
Gina Turner
Rory Phillips
The Knocks
and special surprise guest. 

For more information on purchasing tickets, click here

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