Maha Music Festival has announced its 2023 lineup, and the headliners are hardcore band Turnstile and indie rock outfit Big Thief.
The two-day music festival in Omaha will will take place July 28 and 29 at Stinson Park in Aksarben Village.
Rounding out the lineup are dream pop band Alvvays; surf-rock indie band Peach Pit; New Zealand indie rockers The Beths; post-punk synth artist EKKSTACY; hip-hop artist Terry Presume; Saddle Creek Records pop artist Black Belt Eagle Scout.
Rounding out the lineup are Omaha bands Icky Blossoms, BIB, M34N STR33T, Garst, HAKIM and Ebba Rose.
Tickets go on sale Friday at 10 a.m. central at MahaFestival.com.
VIP tickets are $240 for a two-day pass and include additional perks such as a viewing area, food and air-conditioned restrooms. GA passes are $100 for a two-day pass. Individual day passes are also available.
See the full lineup below.