The Weeknd, Janet Jackson, The Killers headlining Panorama NYC

Returning for its third engagement to New York City’s Randall’s Island Park, this year’s Panorama, presented by Golden Voice Entertainment, will kick off Friday, July 27th with performances from The Weeknd, Migos, Father John Misty, The War on Drugs, and Dua Lipa. The festival will continue into Saturday with sets from Janet Jackson, SZA, Cardi B, Gucci Mane and St. Vincent before closing out the weekend on Sunday with The Killers, The XX, Odezsa, David Byrne, Fleet Foxes and more. A celebration of the city’s unique creative community, the critically-acclaimed festival pairs a diverse lineup of top-notch talent with immersive art and innovative technology for an unparalleled live music event.

Giving live music fans even more options to customize their Panorama experience, this year’s festival will introduce new two day GA and VIP passes in addition to their three day and single day GA and VIP passes, all of which will be made available to purchase at limited-time pricing this Friday, February 2nd at 10 am ET on Panorama.NYC. This limited-time pricing will be available until Saturday, February 3rd at 11:59 pm ET. Regular pricing will begin Sunday, February 4th at midnight ET. American Express Card Members can purchase passes before the general public at limited-time pricing beginning Thursday, February 1st at 10 am ET through Friday, February 2nd at 10 am ET.

LIMITED-TIME PRICING

Available for purchase from Friday, February 2nd at 10 am ET until Saturday, February 3rd at 11:59 pm ET

3-day GA: $230

3-day VIP: $450

2-day GA: $165

2-day VIP: $350

Single day GA: $79

Single day VIP: $200

**Pass prices are net of service fees

REGULAR PRICING 

Available for purchase beginning Sunday, February 4th at midnight ET

3-day GA: $250

3-day VIP: $490

2-day GA: $185

2-day VIP: $380

Single day GA: $99

Single day VIP: $220

**Pass prices are net of service fees

Panorama 2018 Lineup

Author: Buddy Iahn

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