Pandora announces sixth annual lineup at SXSW 2017 – The Hype Magazine


Published on March 2nd, 2017 | by Jerry Doby


Pandora announces sixth annual lineup at SXSW 2017

Pandora  (@pandoramusic) is returning to South by Southwest and featuring performances from the hottest rising talent across the globe. From March 11 to March 16, Pandora will open its doors at The Gatsby to SXSW Interactive and Music attendees for live music spanning hip hop, dance, latin, rock, country, and americana.

“South by Southwest is the premier destination for fans to discover new music,” said Nick Bartle, chief marketing officer of Pandora. “We are so excited to welcome this year’s diverse lineup of talent to the Pandora at SXSW stage, and continue helping emerging artists find their fans and grow their careers.”

RSVP now for Pandora at SXSW Music: Top acts performing from Mar. 13-16 include:

  • Colony House

  • Earl St. Clair


  • JAIN

  • Lewis Del Mar

  • Lizzo

  • Lo Moon

  • Low Cut Connie

  • Old Dominion

  • Rainbow Kitten Surprise

  • Ryan Hurd

  • Sunny Sweeney

  • The Drums

  • The Lemon Twigs

  • Y La Bamba

  • Young M.A

  • Zipper Club

Explore music from the lineup now and from March 13-16, tune in for an audio livestream and interviews with the artists on the Pandora at SXSW station:

Listeners attending Pandora at SXSW Music will also be treated to custom activations from sponsors including Advance Auto Parts, Ashley HomeStore, Ltd, McDonald’s, MGM National Harbor, Simple Mobile, and The Clorox Company.

On March 11 and 12, SXSW badge holders, no RSVP necessary, can visit The Gatsby to catch live performances by Austin-based artists including Charlie Faye & the Fayettes, Gina Chavez, and Riders Against the Storm. Guests can also participate in Pandora’s #MusicIsLife interactive experience celebrating shared music moments.

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