Entertainment Panorama lineup brings Frank Ocean, A Tribe Called Quest, more to NYC By Meghan Giannotta and Dana Reszutek Updated July 28, 2017 3:23 PM Print Share fbShare Tweet gShare Email With a Panorama lineup this hot, you won't want to miss out. The music festival, produced by the company behind Coachella, is coming back to NYC for its second annual three-day event. Oh, and it’s bringing the hottest names in hip-hop along with it. The performers slated to take to the stage have been announced. Among the can’t-miss artists: Solange, Frank Ocean, A Tribe Called Quest and MGMT. The festival hits Randall’s Island Park on Friday, July 28, and ends on Sunday, July 30. Single-day passes, now available, start at $99, while three-day general admission will set you back $282. For the full list of more than 30 performers, visit panorama.nyc. Vance Joy (July 28) Photo Credit: Getty Images / Graham Denholm The singer's hit "Riptide" will probably be stuck in your head after watching his feel-good indie set. Solange (July 28) Photo Credit: Getty Images for HBO / Maury Phillips After her release of "A Seat at the Table," and a killer debut performance on "Saturday Night Live" late in 2016, Solange's festival set is sure to be stellar. Frank Ocean (July 28) Photo Credit: Getty Images / Jason Merritt The wait is (finally) over: After the much-anticipated release of "Blonde" in 2016, the ever-mysterious Frank Ocean is returning to the NYC stage, and we couldn't be more excited to see the musician back in action. Future Islands (July 28) Photo Credit: Getty Images / Mark Metcalfe This band's energetic performances are perfect for the music festival scene. Be prepared to dance to Future Islands' most popular tune, "Seasons (Waiting on You)." Spoon (July 28) Photo Credit: Getty Images for Firefly / Ilya S. Savenok Spoon recently debuted new tracks to ring in the New Year, so expect fresh tunes at the rock band's set. Tyler the Creator (July 28) Photo Credit: Getty Images / Kevin Winter Known for his wild shows, Tyler the Creator is sure to make his Panorama appearance memorable. Fingers crossed members of the rapper's group Odd Future also take the stage. MGMT (July 28) Photo Credit: AFP / Getty Images / David Mcnew With new music rumors swirling, MGMT is hitting the festival circuit a decade after the release of "Oracular Spectacular." Prepare to dance to "Kids" and "Electric Feel" like it's 2007. Tame Impala (July 29) Photo Credit: Getty Images for FYF / Kevin Winter The psychedelic rock band performed hits from its album "Currents" last summer at Prospect Park Bandshell. Expect plenty of lights, dancing and -- of course -- great music. Alt-J (July 29) Photo Credit: Getty Images / Bertrand Guay Though this band hasn't released new tracks since "This Is All Yours" in 2014, headliner Alt-J is still hot on the festival circuit well into 2017, with hits like "Left Hand Free" that are still popular today. Nine Inch Nails (July 30) Photo Credit: AFP / Getty Images / Alfredo Estrella Rock out to hits and tracks from the band's latest album, "Not the Actual Events." Glass Animals (July 30) Photo Credit: Getty Images / Karl Walter If this indie rock band's sold out September performance at Terminal 5 is any indication of what's to come, you can bet it'll be packed with fans and tracks off "How to be a Human Being." A Tribe Called Quest (July 30) Photo Credit: Getty Images / Dave Kotinsky This marks the rap group's first New York City concert since the death of member Phife Dawg. The popular headliners just might have one of the best shows of the festival when they take to the stage on Sunday, July 30. By Meghan Giannotta and Dana Reszutek Share on Facebook Share on Twitter More on this topic Here's what you missed at Panorama fest A Tribe Called Quest announced that Sunday’s performance was its last in New York. Show up early to Panorama and catch these bands Show up before Frank Ocean and Solange take to the stage. Festivals to put on your calendarDon't miss the RuPaul's Drag Con, the New York Beer Festival and more. Comments Comments section is temporarily on hold. Here’s why.