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    Primavera 2023 Lineup: Blur, Kendrick Lamar, Depeche Mode, and More

    Primavera Sound has announced its 2023 lineups for festivals that will take place across two weekends, the first in Barcelona (May 31-June 3) and the second in Madrid (June 7-10). Blur, Kendrick Lamar, Depeche Mode, Rosalía, Halsey, and Calvin Harris are the main headliners across both festivals, and Pet Shop Boys will headline a reduced lineup on the opening nights.

    Downbill highlights at both weekends include FKA Twigs, Sparks, Laurie Anderson, Japanese Breakfast, Sudan Archives, Four Tet, Le Tigre, Caroline Polachek, NxWorries, Turnstile, Kelela, Alex G, Alvvays, Pusha T, Death Grips, Baby Keem, Christine and the Queens, John Cale, St. Vincent, and Drain Gang. Check out the full lineup poster below. The War on Drugs and the Mars Volta will play one weekend apiece: Barcelona and Madrid, respectively. The Moldy Peaches have also reunited to play both weekends.

    The Barcelona fest takes place at Parc del Fòrum, and Madrid at Ciudad del Rock in Arganda del Rey. Billed as the I’ll Be Your Mirror edition of the festival, the two weekends also feature Skrillex, Darkside, Daphni, Julia Holter, Built to Spill, Bleachers, Bad Religion, Julia Jacklin, Yves Tumor, Tems, Beth Orton, My Morning Jacket, Måneskin, Kyary Pamyu Pamyu, Gilla Band, Shellac, Overmono, PinkPantheress, the Comet Is Coming, Hudson Mohawke, Emeralds, Boris, Maggie Rogers, Jockstrap, Jpegmafia, and Black Country, New Road.

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