There's nothing like ten straight hours of live music, amirite? The Minnesota Yacht Club Festival has announced the artist schedule for the event. Barring production issues, there will be nonstop music between two stages from noonish to curfew.

Owning a yacht is not required. The event is July 19th and 20th at Harriet Island Regional Park in St Paul.

Minnesota Yacht Club Festival Schedule

Gates open both days at 12:30. All set times are subject to change.

Friday's Schedule

12:45-1:15: Harbor and Home (Crow's Nest stage)
1:15-2:00: Gully Boys (Skipper stage)
2:00-2:45: Michigander (Crow's Nest stage)
2:45-3:45: Morgan Wade (Skipper stage)
3:45-4:45: Durry (Crow's Nest stage)
4:45-5:45: Joan Jett & The Blackhearts (Skipper stage)
5:45-6:45: The Head & The Heart (Crow's Nest stage)
6:45-8:00: Gwen Stefani (Skipper stage)
8:00-9:00: The Black Crowes (Crow's Nest stage)
9:00-10:30: Alanis Morissette (Skipper stage)

Saturday's Schedule

1:00-1:30: Nico Vega (Crow's Nest stage)
1:30-2:15: Irontom (Skipper stage)
2:15-3:00: Wilderado (Crow's Nest stage)
3:00-4:00: Soul Asylum (Skipper stage)
4:00-5:00: Trombone Shorty (Crow's Nest stage)
5:00-6:00: Hippo Campus (Skipper stage)
6:00-7:00: The Hold Steady (Crow's Nest stage)
7:00-8:00: The Offspring (Skipper stage)
8:00-9:00: Gary Clark, Jr (Crow's Nest stage)
9:00-10:30: Red Hot Chili Peppers (Skipper stage)

Two-Day General Admission, Two-Day General Plus Admission, Saturday General Admission and Saturday General Plus Admission tickets are sold out.

VIP tickets and Platinum passes are still available.

A cool feature at the festival is the availability of secure lockers for rent. Keep the un-necessities that are necessary-enough-to-not-just-leave-at-home in a secure spot for easy forgetting! Face it: you'll probably be too hammered to remember trying to be responsible.

Drop it like it's yacht!

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