Pemberton Festival's 2014 lineup includes Nine Inch Nails, Outkast, Norm McDonald

The lineup for this year's Pemberton Music Festival was unveiled in Wednesday, with headliners like Nine Inch Nails, Outkast, Deadmau5 and Soundgarden holding stage with Frank Ocean, Kendrick Lamar, Metric, Modest Mouse, and Snoop Dogg.

The all-star-heavy fest also includes acts like Empire of the Sun, TV on the Radio, Blondie, Cage the Elephant, Girl Talk, The Flaming Lips, Young the Giant, Matthew Good, The New Pornographers, Sloan, among many more.

(*Click here for the full lineup.)

Comedic acts include Bob Saget, Lisa Lampanelli, Nick Swardson, and Canadians like Norm McDonald, Tom Green, and the Trailer Park Boys.

The Pemberton Music Festival will run from July 18-20, 2014. General admission camping is available, with transports bringing people back-and-forth between their tents and the stages. RV camping is also available, along with two higher tiers for the bourgeoisie – VIP camping and Super VIP camping.

The festival will be held in Pemberton Valley, over two hours drive from Vancouver and about 30 minutes from Whistler.

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