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Panorama Music Festival is set to return to New York City’s Randall’s Island for the third consecutive year later this month on July 27-29. On Tuesday, the event organizers provided fans with the daily schedules and set times for the upcoming weekend event, which is sure to kick off the age-old debate of who to see at which stage/tent, and when. As previously announced, this year’s overall lineup features an impressive list of performers including headliners The Weeknd, Janet Jackson and The Killers, in addition to a solid undercard featuring Migos, The War On Drugs, SZA, St. Vincent, David Byrne, the XX and Chicano Batman, just to name a few.

Panorama’s daily schedule is full of complex and stress-fueling set conflicts that will surely keep attendees up at night when deciding if they should catch Floating Points or Lil Wayne in the early evening on Saturday, or whether they need to see David Byrne on Sunday on the Panorama Stage while JLIN performs at The Point. Thankfully, Panorama has minimized the total number of performance locations/stages down to three this year, so fans will have fewer schedule conflicts and more music.

This year’s Panorama will look to bring back the music + technology experience known as The LAB, powered by HP. According to the Panorama website, organizers have worked with local New York artists to provide attendees with “experiential digital art at the heart of the festival, with five interactive installations and a massive 360-degree virtual-reality theater.” A short promotional video for The LAB can also be watched below.

Fans can reference the newly released slideshow images above for the complete schedule of Panorama’s 2018 performers and their set times. Please keep in mind that daily schedules are always subject to change - and keep it here on for coverage of the festival, in addition to getting your tickets.