The 23rd edition of the is just over two months away (63 days, 8 hours…) and today the organizers rolled out their always-important late night to go along with the impressive headliners (, , ) slated for July 4th weekend. Late are the cornerstone of any festival and is no different. Some of my most cherished memories in Quincy have occurred inside the Music Hall between midnight and 4am, including ’s half-empty gig in 2006 and ’s late-night in 2009 when the band was just hitting their stride in the Funk n’ Jamhouse.

This year attendees will be treated to late nights by , , , , , , , , and more. Check out the late-night and final artist additions after the jump.

7/4 – Thursday (Music Hall): /
7/4 – Thursday (Funk’n Jamhouse): The /

7/5 – Friday (Music Hall): The /
7/5 – Friday (Funk’n Jamhouse): /

7/6 – Saturday (Music Hall): /
7/6 – Saturday (Funk’n Jamhouse): / The (Live)

7/7 – Sunday (Music Hall): The Greyboy All-stars /
7/7 – Sunday (Funk’n Jamhouse): /

Along with the late night schedule, the final round of artists were announced as , , and Naia Kete. The free late night Vaudeville Tent schedule should be announced soon. Late in the Music Hall will cost $25 and shows in the Funk n’ Jamhouse will cost $20. You can buy them online or at the box office at the festival while supplies last. Unfortunately there will be NO Combo wristbands sold as in year’s past. See you in Quincy!