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Life Is Beautiful reveals Saturday/Sunday lineup splits

Empire of the Sun plays Life Is Beautiful Sunday, October 27.
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Next month's Life Is Beautiful Festival came further into focus today, with the announcement of the schedule's day splits and details about single-day tickets.

Kings of Leon, Beck and Imagine Dragons will play on Saturday, October 26, with The Killers and Vampire Weekend slated for Sunday, October 27.

Also scheduled for October 26: Pretty Lights, Alabama Shakes, Childish Gambino, Purity Ring, Big Gigantic, Dawes, Cults, Earl Sweatshirt, Andrew McMahon, Joey Bada$$, Capital Cities, Youngblood Hawke, ZZ Ward, Poolsde, Family of the Year, Cayucas, Nico Vega, Wallpaper, Alpine, Chancellor Warhol, Children of the Night, Tink, Dreamers, Rhyme N Rhythm, Ekoh, Rusty Maples, Same Sex Mary, Sabriel, Crazy Chief, A Crowd of Small Adventures, Goldboot, Turner, Shalvoy Music and DJ Zo. The festival runs from noon to midnight that day.

The October 27 lineup also includes: Empire of the Sun, Passion Pit, Jurassic 5, Zedd, Janelle Monáe, STS9, Portugal. The Man, Danny Brown, The Joy Formidable, Charli XCX, Living Colour, Allen Stone, Haim, Smith Westerns, Twenty One Pilots, Robert DeLong, Five Knives, Wildcat! Wildcat! The Kingston Springs, Cosmic Superpunch, Knocked Up Kids, The Dig, Moondog Matinee, American Cream, The Dirty Hooks, Most Thieves, Kid Meets Cougar, Beau Hodges Band, Haleamano, Jordan Kate Mitchell, Joey Pero and His Band, Dusty Sunshine, DJ 88 and DJ Supra. The festival runs from noon to 11 p.m. that day.

Single-day tickets are priced at $95 for general admission and $209.50 for VIP, and go on sale Friday, September 27, at 10 a.m. through Ticketmaster.

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