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South by Southwest Announces Full List of Artists and Sessions

South by Southwest (SXSW) has announced the full artist list and artist sessions for this year’s music festival. Every March the music community attends at the music festival in Austin, TX for seven days and nights of music discovery, networking and the opportunity to share ideas. To help with this endeavor, SXSW has released the full list of 2,011 artists scheduled to perform at the 31st edition of the SXSW Music Festival taking place Monday, March 13 - Sunday, March 19. In addition, many artists will be participating in the SXSW Conference.

Related: MC's SXSW Preview Guide

The Music Conference lineup includes: Nile Rodgers; Garth Brooks; Snoop Dogg, Weldon Angelos; T.I.; Darryl McDaniels (Run-DMC); Residente; Cindy Wilson, Boyfriend; A$AP Ferg; Sammy Hagar; Mike Posner; Krist Novoselic; Nicole Atkins; Warren G; Mannie Fresh; Britt Daniel, Chris Stamey, Matthew Caws, Mac McCaughan; Matoma; PVRIS; Andre Symone & Dez Dickerson (of the Revolution); Casey Chambers; Walshy Fire (Major Lazer), Kabaka Pyramid, Jah9; Rachel Yamagata; Melvin Gibbs (jazz bassist, Rollins Band); Mike G (Odd Future), DJ Hollygrove, DJ Candlestick, DJ Slim K, DJ Ryan Wolf; Sadie Dupuis (SAD13, Speedy Ortiz), Jade Payne; Kiran Gandhi; Ryan Leslie; OgRonC, Mike "5000” Watts; SassyBlack (TheeSatisfaction); Jody Stephens; Aziz Ibrahim (Stone Roses); Ron Pope; Mo Sabri; Nash Overstreet (Hot Chelle Rae); Chase "Chacha” Malone; Martin Atkins (PiL, Pigface); Hank Shocklee; Robert Cray; Ari Herstand; Nardwuar the Human Serviette; Honey Dijon, Louisahhh; Damien Horne; Jacob Collier (won two Grammys for jazz this year), Christian Scott; Elvis Perkins, Peter Lewis (Moby Grape), Richard Barone, Jesse Colin Young (Youngbloods); Jesse Elliott (These United States/Ark Life); Malcolm London; and Eric Pulido (Midlake).

To help guide attendees, SXSW has asked 40 music bloggers to go through the confirmed artist list and contribute their thoughts on their favorites. The Music Bloggers Guide to SXSW 2017 is an interactive exploration of over 100 up-and-coming artists that should be seen live at the music festival.

To see the full list of showcasing artists, click HERE.

Photo by Amy E. Price of Getty Images

For more information, visit sxsw.com.