Playing late nights at various venues around NYC including Brooklyn Bowl, Irving Plaza, Webster Hall and Knitting Factory are Big Gigantic and Friends, J. Roddy Walston & The Business and Conor Oberst, among many others. Tickets for Governors Ball After Dark shows go on-sale Friday, April 17. A limited number of pre-sale tickets will be available through Citibank starting Wednesday, April 15 at 12 p.m. ET.
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Governors Ball After Dark Lineup
Thursday, June 4
Chromeo @ The Apollo Theater
Benjamin Booker @ Irving Plaza
Odesza @ Rough Trade
Gorgon City (DJ) @ Output
Friday, June 5
Little Dragon @ Brooklyn Bowl
Atmosphere and Bishop Nehru @ Irving Plaza
Marina & The Diamonds @ Webster Hall
People Under The Stairs @ Music Hall of Williamsburg
Chromeo (DJ) @ Output
White Lung @ Knitting Factory
SBTRKT (DJ) @ Verboten
Saturday, June 6
J. Roddy Walston & The Business @ Brooklyn Bowl
Chronixx And The Zincfence Redemption @ Irving Plaza
Clean Bandit @ Webster Hall
Conor Oberst @ Music Hall of Williamsburg
Hot Chip (DJ) @ Output
Mau5trap Presents deadmau5 @ Verboten
DMA’s @ Knitting Factory
Sunday, June 7
Big Gigantic and Friends @ Brooklyn Bowl
Flying Lotus (DJ) @ Le Poisson Rouge
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