Summer Set Adds Minneapolis’s Most Acclaimed Hip Hop Act Atmosphere to 2016 Lineup

SUMMER SET WELCOMES
ATMOSPHERE TO 2016 LINEUP

Summer Set Music & Camping Festival (SSMF) is extremely proud to announce a very special expansion to the festival’s already stacked lineup with another highly sought-after addition. For the very first time, Minneapolis’s most acclaimed hip hop act ATMOSPHERE will be joining the Summer Set family for a highly anticipated performance. Summer Set attendees are in for a treat, as this is the first time the duo will perform their forthcoming album live!

Boasting nearly two decades worth of incredible, underground releases, Top 20-charting albums and a veritable movement within the hip hop scene and beyond, the combination of Atmosphere’s own creations and their Rhymesayers label has unceasingly pushed the genre into exciting new avenues. Over the years, their success and global influence have also established their home town of Minneapolis as a mecca of indie rap and underground productions. With the addition of the group’s powerful yet intimate approach to the style, Summer Set fans can look forward to the most exciting and well-rounded installment of the festival to date!

Check out the various all-in-one ticketing options for 2016 at summersetfestival.com, and start planning your ultimate Summer Set camping experience now!

“Summer Set is shaping up to be the next big festival in the US.”  Magnetic Magazine

“Summer Set is a secluded utopia that’s become a retreat for fans looking
for absolute immersion.” 
 — City Pages Minneapolis

“Summer Set has undoubtedly planted themselves in an entirely different league compared
to other festivals in the country.”
  — This Song Is Sick

“Summer Set joins the ranks of top notch Midwest festival lineups touting
an impressive multi-genre lineup.”
 — Dancing Astronaut

“With acts ranging from local jam bands to old-school hip-hop acts to Top 40 hitmakers, Summer Set is becoming one of the area’s biggest annual music festivals.” — The Current, Minnesota Public Radio

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