Deadmau5, Jack U and more will also be in attendance.
Rounding out the top of this year’s Treasure Island bill are The War on Drugs, Azealia Banks, Father John Misty and Run the Jewels.
Ryan Adams Deems Deadmau5’s Governors Ball Set a ‘Terminator Nightmare’ As Producer Struggles with Sound Issues
It was rock vs. EDM at Governors Ball Saturday night.
Deadmau5 is doing something completely different for his headlining set at the NYC fest thanks to lighting designer LeRoy Bennett: He’s entering the thunder dome.
Started from the bottom, now the Governors Ball is here with a Canadian rapper, a blues duo, a Mickey Mouse-esque DJ and the gangster Nancy Sinatra leading its fifth year lineup.
The album is due out Nov. 24 and spans the producer’s career.
The breakout 2010 album features such Deadmau5 fan favorites as “Some Chords” and “Raise Your Weapon.”