Juice Jam 2014 Preview: Get to know who's playing

Here's everything you need to know about all seven artists playing this Sunday's show at Skytop Field.

Since classes kicked off, students have been counting the days to the highly anticipated Juice Jam 2014. This upcoming Sunday beginning at 11:45 a.m., Dillon Francis, Schoolboy Q, Tinashe, 3LAU, Ace Hood, Broods and MisterWives will be gracing the stages at Skytop Field. 

Electronic musician Dillon Francis is known for his hits "When We Were Young," "Get Low" and "Without You" and for his collaboration with past Juice Jam artist Calvin Harris, titled "Here to China." Francis’ stop at Syracuse comes in the middle of a larger tour of North America.

Another artist that is in the mix in this year’s lineup is rapper Schoolboy Q, who released a new album, Oxymoron, earlier this year. He is expected to perform some of his recent hits such as "Studio," "Man of the Year," "Collard Greens," and "Gangsta." Schoolboy Q was first known for his features with artists such as Macklemore & Ryan Lewis. He's also featured on "2 On," the breakout song by this year’s performing artist Tinashe. Tinashe is a young and upcoming R&B artist who is working on her debut album scheduled to be released later this fall.

Another young performer on the bill this year is 3LAU, a progressive house and electro house producer. 3LAU began DJing during his time at Washington University and went on a short tour last year.

Those four acts are all scheduled to play the main stage. The indie stage will see performances from hip-hop artist Ace Hood, who's signed to DJ Khaled's We the Best Music Group, New Zealand-based indie duo Broods and rising pop group MisterWives.

This year's sold-out Juice Jam will continue 2013's festival format, with multiple stages and artists playing throughout the day.

Juice Jam will have a variety of artists from different genres for all the music lovers out there. Plus, there's a lot of new talent to take in. See you there.

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