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Desert Daze Musical Festival Celebrates 10 Years

Desert Daze Music Festival VIA FacebookDesert Daze, The Best Boutique Festival In Southern California

Desert Daze, is celebrating ten years of music, art, and festival fun at this year’s 2022 showing.  In 2012 founder, Phil Pirrone, began the festival.  Now, since 2018, the weekend full of experiential psychedelic dance music has found a permanent home at Lake Perris, California.  This year it takes place from September 30th to October 2nd.  With a sandy beachfront and backdrop of mountains to explore, the festival offers more than just music.  About 1.5 hours southeast of Los Angeles the space offers many amenities.  Well-maintained campgrounds, permanent restrooms and showers, and of course the lake that is available to all for swimming or lounging

Desert Daze Festival FlyerVia the Desert Daze website, they describe the festival’s beginning, “Over the last decade, [when] an idea became an experiment, an experiment a revision, suddenly a series, a ritual, and then something greater than the sum of its parts.”

The Festival Hosts a Powerhouse of Musical Acts

Desert Daze combines its serene space with a slew of musical acts to create the twice-nominated “Festival of The Year” Festival by Pollster.  This year’s headliners include Tame Impala.  The act plans to play their full sophomore album Lonerism at the festival to celebrate its 10 year anniversary.  Then, Iggy Pop joins the roster for his only North American show this year.  Finally, King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard round out the headliners with,  “An exclusive Southern California set.”

Also set to perform at Desert Daze are Chicano Batman, The Marías, Sky Ferreira, BADNOTGOOD, Perfume Genius, JPEGMAFIA, Aldous Harding, Viagra Boys, Nation Of Language, Duster, Show Me The Body, Men I Trust, Nilüfer Yanya, Daniel Rossen, Black Country, New Road,  Babe Rainbow, The Armed, Seun Kuti & Egypt 80, Surfbort, and many many more.

Weekend GA and VIP passes are on sale now!

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