A mind-expanding arts and music festival headlined by Papadosio and other jam acts, featuring a huge stable of visual artists and performers
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$39 for a general-admission one-day pass (up to $64.29 value)
$99 for a general-admission three-day pass (up to $159.24 value)
$129 for a general-admission three-day pass, plus Thursday access, VIP bar, pool parties, and parking (up to $212.98 value)
2014 Luna Light Music and Arts Festival Recap Video
Papadosio: A dance party that mashes up electronica, folk, rock, and psychedelia would be entertaining enough, but this quintet amps up the euphoria with messages of of unity and love. That, and a crazy light show.
Michal Menert and the Pretty Fantastics: He’s best known as an electronic musician and producer, but with his six-piece live band the Pretty Fantastic, he explores the spacier side of jazz.
Keller and the Keels: AllMusic declared that Keller Williams is “literally a one-man jam band.” So when he collaborates with married couple Larry and Jenny Keel, you can expect one blowout of a show, rife with winding bluegrass covers of such artists as Amy Winehouse, Tom Petty, and Kris Kristofferson.
The rest of the lineup: Dopapod | Ott. | Ozric Tentacles | The Motet | Particle | Zoogma | TAUK | Desert Dweller | and many more
The Visual Art: the strange geometries of Zander Lampkin and Numinous Visions, the Grateful Dead-esque imaginings of Laurie Tobia, and the glowing dreamscapes of Kail Lara, among others
The Installation: the architectural element of the set-piece comes courtesy of Brian McGregor and Randy MacCaffrie, who have done set design for Phish, Mumford and Sons, and Bonnaroo