Desert Daze returns to the Lake Perris State Recreation Area for another year in October and the festival that calls itself an anti-festival has a pretty special performer lined up for 2019.
Stereolab, the British and French indie pop group, is on the bill for the fall event, and it’s the first North American tour date the group has announced in more than a decade. (The band’s first live date in 10 years is scheduled the Primavera Sound festival in Spain in May.)
This year, Desert Days runs Oct. 10-13 and happens at Moreno Beach inside the park. Early bird general admission passes are on sale for $199, but neither camping nor VIP passes have yet been released.
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The full lineup hasn’t yet been announced, but the festival had some notable performances in 2018, including a closing night set from My Bloody Valentine. (There was also a thunderstorm that chased off Tame Impala, but the festival regrouped in a big way the next day.)
There will be a party at the Lodge Room’s Checker Hall in Highland Park on Feb. 19 where you can hear a career-spanning retrospective of Stereolab (don’t skip out on the excellent 1999 album “Cobra and Phases Group Play Voltage in the Milky Night”) as well as music from as yet unannounced Desert Daze artists.
Visit desertdaze.org for more information.
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