A genre-defiant music festival with performances by Nine Inch Nails, Solange, and more; visual artists display their immersive experiences
About This Deal
- $50 for a one-day general-admission pass valid Friday only (up to $95 value)
- $69-89 for a one-day general-admission pass valid Saturday only (up to $125.56 value)
- $69-$89 for a one-day general-admission pass valid Sunday only (up to $125.56 value)
- $115-$179 for a two-day pass valid Saturday and Sunday only (up to $238.56 value
- $145-$239 for a three-day pass including Friday summit (up to $338.69 value)
- $280 for a one-day VIP pass valid Saturday only (up to $400 value)
- $280 for a one-day VIP pass valid Sunday only (up to $400 value)
- $350 for a three-day VIP pass including Friday summit (up to $750 value)
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The general admission passes include entry to all stages, art installations, and general admission areas on festival campus.
VIP includes all of the amenities included with General Admission as well as rapid entry to the event, premium viewing areas, access to VIP lounge, complimentary beverages and snacks throughout the event, onsite VIP concierge & help desk, and complimentary swag bags with t-shirt, stickers, pins, and tote.
Friday Summit includes performances by Kaytranada, Earl Sweatshirt, Saint Heron Presents “Soul Cleansing” featuring Solange, Jenny Hval, Boots, Saul Williams and talks by Chelsea Manning, Nadya Tolokonnikova (Pussy Riot), Laurie Anderson, Lauren McCarthy. Does NOT include access to Saturday + Sunday.
Three-day passes include access to the Friday Summit.
Day for Night Music Fest
- Nine Inch Nails: Arguably the most popular industrial rock band who’ve ever shredded on the stage, Nine Inch Nails has been nominated for thirteen Grammy awards and taken home two victories for songs “Wish” and “Happiness in Slavery.” Their latest release was a 2017 EP named Add Violence.
- Solange: A singer-songwriter with a taste for ’60s soul and Motown girl groups; a fashion icon with her own family clothing line (House of Deréon); and a movie and TV star. Perhaps you’ve also heard of her sister, Beyoncé.
- Cardi B: She’s the social-media personality and “regular degular shmegular girl from the Bronx” who became the breakout star on Love & Hip Hop: New York in 2015; her No. 1 Billboard hit, “Bodak Yellow,” made her the first solo female rapper to top the singles chart in nearly 20 years.
- Justice: this Grammy-winning EDM duo from France has been headlining every major dance festival on Earth since 2003, thanks to an intriguing blend of electro house, chopped bass lines, and heavy-metal underpinnings
- Pretty Lights: In the Grammy-nominated A Color Map of the Sun, Pretty Lights’ Derek Vincent Smith recorded original music with the Harlem Gospel Choir and Treme Brass Band, pressed it to vinyl, then sampled and synthesized it to create an otherworldly dance album.
- Also Performing: Thom Yorke, Tyler the Creator, St. Vincent, James Blake, Pussy Riot, En Vogue, and More