Home Events Run The Jewels, Solange, Tyler The Creator Headline Mo Pop Festival 2017

Run The Jewels, Solange, Tyler The Creator Headline Mo Pop Festival 2017


Detroit indie-pop festival Mo Pop returns in late July and this year’s lineup is incredibly stacked.

Mo Pop is an essential Summer festival for the Detroit area, and this year it will play host to headliners Run The Jewels, Phantogram, and Foster The People on July 29th. July 30th will see Tyler The Creator, Solange, and Alt-J headlining in front of an estimated 15,000+ person crowd.

Other exciting acts attending Mo Pop festival include Amine, Wavves, Mondo Cozmo, and many more, all performing between two stages with convenient schedule staggering. Select artists from the lineup will be signing autographs each day on a first come first serve basis. Signings schedules are said to be released the morning of each day of the Festival.

Beyond music, Mo Pop has a variety of experiences including the Ink Addict art wall where festival-goers can witness live painting all weekend and get free temporary tattoos, Citizens Yoga will be hosting classes on both Saturday and Sunday, as well as Detroit Dart Club is a bringing the battlefield to the festival where you can participate in the game all weekend long.

Weekend passes are a steal for only $125 while single day passes are $90. Parking is an additional $25 per day, so take advantage of free parking for bikes! Don’t miss two days of all-day music, afterparties, signature beer, food trucks, and more at the 2017 Mo Pop festival, taking place in West Riverfront Park, Detroit.

Buy your tickets at the Mo Pop website.

Born in Portland Oregon, Joe Reitan was raised to fulfill his sense of freedom and ambition. He moved to Eastern Washington as a teen, going down several paths such as computer engineering, competitive football and baseball, and was successful in his local FBLA and DECA clubs on a state level. At 18, Joe took steps towards his real passion, music. Creating his own website to post his content as he dove ever deeper into the world of music, he looked to bypass the traditional ways of life that he felt were so unfit for him.

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