Osheaga Festival 2015: Lineup, Ticket Info, Schedule and Preview

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The 2015 Osheaga Music and Arts Festival is just around the corner, and fans are gearing up to see their favorite performers take the stage in Montreal's Parc Jean-Drapeau from July 31 through Aug. 2.

It's the 10th year Osheaga will be taking place in Montreal, and the festival says more than 135,000 music fans will attend this year.

Some of the headliners to look out for include festival favorites like Florence and the Machine, Kendrick Lamar, the Black Keys, Future Islands, Charlie XCX, Run the Jewels and Tyler the Creator, just to name a few. The full schedule of performances throughout the weekend is available through the festival website here.

Tickets, including VIP, general admission and one-day passes, have all sold out. However, fans can still purchase last-minute tickets through Stubhub (prices range between $150 and $600).

By the looks of it, the festival seems to be gearing up for an action-packed weekend:

The festival, which is not only centered around its music lineup but the art as well, is presenting a special guest artist this year whose work will decorate the festivities' events. His name is Wayne White, and he's best known for his innovative videography. His art, along with other creations made specifically for the festival, will display throughout the various lawns and open areas that the event covers. 

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