The Desert Daze 2017 Set Times Are Here!
Plus a new app to help wrangle it all. The psych rock extravaganza goes down October 12-15 in Joshua Tree.
Desert Daze 2017 is right around the corner, returning for a sixth edition October 12-15 with arguably one of the best festival lineups of the year. The three day psych and garage extravaganza at Joshua Tree's Institute of Mentalphysics features the likes of (deep breath) Iggy Pop, Courtney Barnett & Kurt Vile, Spiritualized, John Cale, Sleep, Eagles of Death Metal, Liars, Ariel Pink, Badbadnotgood, Hope Sandoval, Panda Bear, Lee Fields & the Expressions, and Sunflower Bean—and baby, that's just a taste.
Today Noisey is pleased to announce the set times for the festival, which also features projections, art installations, sound baths, lectures, and a much, much more. This year's event will also feature an app to help wrangle it all, which you can check out here. Tickets and more information are available through the Desert Daze website.
Check out the set times and full lineup for Desert Daze 2017 below, and get ye to the desert!
Desert Daze 2017:
Courtney Barnett + Kurt Vile And The Sea Lice
Sleep Performing Holy Mountain
Unknown Mortal Orchestra
Hope Sandoval + The Warm Inventions
Eagles Of Death Metal
King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard
Thurston Moore Group
Terry Riley + Gyan Riley
Opening Ceremonies w/ Ian Svenonius
Black Moth Super Rainbow
Emily Haines & The Soft Skeleton
The Budos Band
Cigarettes After Sex
Lee Fields & The Expressions
Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith
Drinks (Tim Presley + Cate Le Bon)
GØGGS (Ft. Ty Segall, Chris Shaw Of Ex-Cult & Charles Moothart Of Cfm/Fuzz)
The Babe Rainbow
Death Valley Girls
Fever The Ghost
Frankie & The Witch Fingers
The Creation Factory
The Orange Kyte
Cristopher Cichocki - Circular Dimensions
Evolving all weekend in Sanctuary Hall w/ Special Guests
Danny Perez, Mad Alchemy Liquid Light Show, Billgazer, The Blindspot Project, Cloaking
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