Close this search box.

Gear Up for the Just Like Heaven Fest

“We are thrilled to headline Just Like Heaven. It’s a great festival and opportunity to bring the 20th anniversary celebration of ‘Give Up’ and ‘Transatlanticism’ back to the Los Angeles area.”

-Ben Gibbard, Death Cab for Cutie and Postal Service frontman, said in a statement

This Lineup is Just Like Heaven

For one day only, Brookside at the Rose Bowl presents: Just Like Heaven for its fourth annual festival.

Just Like Heaven 2024
Just Like Heaven 2024

On May 18th, California is bringing back its iconic indie festival to Pasadena. Just Like Heaven is heading to Brookside at the Rose Bowl. Each year, the fest seems to outdo itself and create an even better lineup than ever before. In a unique instance of featuring artists with decades of discography rather than the latest and greatest trending artists, Just Like Heaven is a dreamscape—for 11 hours only. This year is headlined by The Postal Service, with a special appearance by Death Cab for Cutie. In a rare instance of the frontman of TWO bands attending a fest, Ben Gibbard appears to be this year’s highlighted guest.

Gibbard is knocking out two birds with one stone at Just Like Heaven. The Postal Service is celebrating the 20th anniversary of its album, Give Up. Moreover, Death Cab is also celebrating its own 20th anniversary for Transatlanticism. Both of these legendary records will be making an appearance at the fest—perhaps played more than ever before in the last two decades.

Evidently, May 18th is going to be a pretty big day in the indie community. With Miike Snow, Passion Pit and Alvvays gracing the Just Like Heaven lineup, it’s a wonder how the fest can get any better. And yet, there are more additions to the day’s performances! The War On Drugs and Phoenix will also be rounding off the night, in addition to the iconic Two Door Cinema Club and Tegan and Sara.

Check the poster to get the full lineup. Interested in attending? Be sure to purchase your tickets here!

Notify of
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments