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III Points Festival in Wynwood Is Shaping Up Nicely with James Murphy, Jamie XX, and DJ Shadow

Up here in BroCo and PBC, we have plenty of festivals to keep us occupied. Miami, well, that's another story. Festivals seem much rarer down there than the standalone blowout concert. That's why the announcement of the three-day III Points music and arts fest in Wynwood is particularly notable South Florida news.

This will also be the first musical happening of this sort in the burgeoning arts district just North of downtown. The party starts October 3 and continues through the 5th, promising -- besides plenty of live jams and visuals -- film screenings, interactive games, and seminars.

The lineup is pretty impressive, both in the sonic and visual realms. The announcement of DJ sets by James Murphy, Jamie XX, and DJ Shadow made our draws drop. And just this week, the list of exhibiting artists was released, gaining them a hearty nod of the head from us at County Grind.

See also: III Points Festival Bringing James Murphy, Jamie XX, XXYYXX, DJ Shadow to Wynwood

Though the event will involve about 19 venues, including art galleries, the folks behind the affair are Bardot's Amir Ben-Zion, Erica Freshman, and David Sinopoli. They teamed up with the label Young Turks who clearly brought in some of the big names, like Jamie xx (the xx is signed to them).

III Points has incredible sponsors on board too, and by incredible, we mean boozy. There's Strongbow (yes!), Sailor Jerry, Heineken Light, Hendricks Gin, Moet, and others. Expect to slug down your drinks while ogling the art installations and swaying like a weirdo to the sounds of the acts listed below.

Musical Lineup

James Murphy

Jamie XX

DJ Shadow

XXYYXX

Miami Horror (Live)

Hercules and Love Affair (DJ set)

Brodinski

The Juan MacLean

Jacques Greene

Koreless (Live)

Juan Atkins

T. Williams

Mosca

Austin Paul

Jerome LOL

Louisahhh!

The Deep

Samo Sound Boy

J. Viewz

Slap & Tickle

Lazaro Casanova

Krisp

Goodroid

Dude Skywalker

Spies on Bikes

Ess & Emm

JBZ

Millionyoung

DZA

Pirate Stereo

Dead Good Young

Fortune Howl

Will Buck

Derek Walin

DJ Ynot

Benton

Niko Javan

Mikey Ramirez

Mike Deuce

Nacho

Deaf Poets

Nuri

The Tremends

Chalk

Shangri-La

Crespo

Hunter of the Alps

Po$htronaut

Chevere

Jean Jacket

Artists

Ahol

Ana Mendez

Bhakti Baxter

Borscht

Brian Butler

Casey Zap

Chris Video

Dade Wear

David Lynch Foundation

Domingo Castillo

Jason Peterman with AV-8 Projects

Tecne Collective

Jillian Mayer

John Sevingy

Koreless

Lab Miami

Luis Pinto

Miami Spaces

Patricia Margarita Hernandez

Richard Vergez

Samantha Kruse

Santlov

Sleeper

So It Seems

Strangeways

Sum Of Us Films

T.M. Sisters

Tao Rey

Torie Zalben

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III Points Music, Art, and Technology Festival. Runs from Thursday, October 3, through Saturday, October 5. Tickets cost $37 to $155 plus fees. Visit iiipoints.com and showclix.com.



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