More artists announced for Rifflandia

Girl Talk, Serena Ryder, Dragonette, Del the Funky Homosapien and Kool Keith among acts

Rifflandia Festival has announced its final list of artists for this year’s event.

They include such notable acts as Girl Talk, Serena Ryder, Dragonette, Del the Funky Homosapien and Kool Keith. They’ll join more than 150 acts during the three day festival, including previously announced artists Death Cab for Cutie, the Airborne Toxic Event, Danny Brown, Zeds Dead and the New Pornographers.

The festival takes place Sept. 11 to 14 across 15 stages, all within walking distance in Victoria’s downtown core.

Single day park passes and single night passes are available online at Rifflandia.com or in person at Rifflandia HQ and the Royal McPherson Box Office.

Rifflandia Festival was established in 2008 with the goal of creating a unique music and arts festival in Victoria.

Over the past seven years, Rifflandia has seen exponential growth, becoming a world-class event, attracting audiences and attention from across North America and beyond.

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