January 28, 2014 21:34

Nine Inch Nails, The National, QOTSA to play Primavera Sound 2014

Pixies, Arcade Fire and Neutral Milk Hotel already announced to play Barcelona festival

Nine Inch Nails, The National, QOTSA to play Primavera Sound 2014

Photo: Tom Martin/NME

Nine Inch Nails, The National and Queens Of The Stone Age are among the artists announced for Primavera Sound 2014.

They join Pixies, Arcade Fire and Neutral Milk Hotel, who had already been announced to play the Barcelona festival, which takes place in the Parc del Fòrum on May 29-31. The line-up was announced via a special film, which you can watch in full by scrolling down the page and clicking ‘play’.

Arcade Fire will headline the Thursday (May 29), The National on Friday (30), and Nine Inch Nails will be the main band on the closing day (31). Other notable artists announced to play across the weekend includes, Disclosure, St. Vincent, Metronomy, Chvrches, Slowdive, Kendrick Lamar, Mogwai, Black Lips, Warpaint and Foals.

The Primavera Sound 2014 line-up is as follows:

Thursday, May 29

Parc del Fòrum:

A Winged Victory for the Sullen
Andy Stott
Antibalas
Arcade Fire
Bo Ningen
Caveman
Charles Bradley
Chrome
CHVRCHES
Colin Stetson
Disclosure
El Petit de Cal Eril
El Último Vecino
The Ex, Föllakzoid
Fort Romeau
Gang of Youths
Glasser
Grupo de Expertos
Solynieve
Jamie xx
John Wizards
Julian Cope
Julio Bashmore
Kosmos
Lasers
LNripley
Lunice
Majical Cloudz
Metronomy
Midlake
Moderat
Móveis Coloniais de Acaju
Neutral Milk Hotel
Pond
Queens of the Stone Age
The Range
Real Estate
Rodrigo Amarante
Shelby Grey
Shellac
Single Parents
St. Vincent
Standstill
Sun Ra Arkestra
Svper
Touché Amoré
Warpaint
William Dafoe
Wind Atlas

Friday, May 30

Parc del Fòrum:

!!! (Chk Chk Chk)
Angel Molina
Astro
Black Drawing Chalks
Body/Head
C+C=Maxigross
Darkside
Deafheaven
Demdike Stare
Dominick Fernow
Dr. John and the Nite Trippers
Drive-By Truckers
Factory Floor
Dj Fra
The Growlers
Haim
The Haxan Cloak
Jagwar Ma
Jenny Lewis
Jesu
Joana Serrat
John Grant
Julia Holter
The Julie Ruin
Kvelertak
The Last 3 Lines
Laurent Garnier
Lee Ranaldo and the Dust
León Benavente
Linda Perhacs
Loop
Mas Ysa
Mick Harvey performs Serge Gainsbourg
The National
Oso Leone
Pional
Pixies
Prurient
Refree
SBTRKT
Sharon Van Etten
Slint
Slowdive

Saturday, 31st May

Parc del Fòrum:

Belako
Black Lips
Blood Orange
Boogarins
Caetano Veloso
Chromeo
Cloud Nothings
Dj Coco
Cold Cave
Connan Mockasin
Courtney Barnett
Cut Copy
Dani Baughman
Daniel Avery
The Dismemberment Plan
Dum Dum Girls
Earl Sweatshirt
Foals
Genius of Time
Godspeed You! Black Emperor
Hebronix
Helen Love
Hospitality
Islands
Jonathan Wilson
Junkfood
Jupiter Lion
Kendrick Lamar
Kronos Quartet
La Sera
Marc Piñol
The Mark Eitzel Ordeal
Mishima
Mistakes Are Ok b2b Mattis With
Mogwai
Nine Inch Nails
Seun Kuti & Egypt 80
Sílvia Pérez Cruz & Raül Fernández
Spoon
Superchunk
Teho Teardo & Blixa Bargeld
Television performing Marquee Moon
Ty Segall
Univers
Volcano Choir
Za!

Els Vermuts del Primavera (Parc de la Ciutadella):

Flamaradas
Renaldo & Clara
Speedy Ortiz
Súper Gegant
The Twilight Sad

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