Wu-Tang Clan, Empire of the Sun and More to Play Breakaway Music Festival in Dallas

There's a new music festival coming to Dallas. Well, Frisco, technically: It wil held at FC Dallas Stadium. But there are plenty of reasons to make the trip for the inaugural Breakaway Music Festival. The lineup, which hasn't been finalized, includes Empire of the Sun, Wu-Tang Clan, Big Gigantic, Juicy J and more. The full list is below. It's on Saturday, September 21, and tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. Friday, June 21.

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The festival is presented by Prime Social Group, a concert promotion company based in Columbus, Ohio. The group is also announcing a music festival there, featuring Bassnectar, Kendrick Lamar and others. PSG's upcoming calendar also includes The AWOL music festival in Charlotte (featuring Girl Talk) and several club shows in Ohio. Breakaway marks a big step for the group into the Dallas area.

There's a presale for the Breakaway festival available at the Prime Social website at 10 a.m. Tuesday, June 18. A Facebook page will be public shortly. Tickets are $49 for the stands at the stadium, $79 for the field and $119 for VIP. For the presale, each price is $10 cheaper (so $39, $69 and $109, respectively).

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