Father John Misty heads Audiotree Music Festival lineup in Kalamazoo


Josh Tillman aka Father John Misty - PHOTO PROVIDED BY SUB POP, BY EMMA TILLMAN.
  • Photo provided by Sub Pop, by Emma Tillman.
  • Josh Tillman aka Father John Misty

He may be music journalists' most divisive subject and modern-day existentialism's poster boy but one thing is true of God's Favorite Customer
Father John Misty is headlining the Audiotree Music Festival and we couldn't be more excited.

Audiotree, the Chicago-based, Michigan-born studio session company, returns with its 6th iteration of the Audiotree Music Festival which will take place Saturday, Sept., 22 and Sunday, Sept. 23 at Kalamazoo's Arcadia Creek Festival Place.

The AtMF team will be announcing an additional 12 acts in the coming weeks to join Father John Misty, Local Natives, Real Estate, Diet Cig, Blitzen Trapper, and more.

Tickets are only $80 for the entire weekend and single-day tickets are available for $45. To buy tickets or check out the full line-up details click here.

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