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DESERT DAZE & FAT TIRE ANNOUNCE A BENEFIT FOR JOSHUA TREE NATIONAL PARK

 

DESERT DAZE & FAT TIRE ANNOUNCE

A BENEFIT FOR JOSHUA TREE NATIONAL PARK

Featuring Allah Las, Mattson 2, Rancho De La Luna Faction,

Sugar Candy Mountain & More

Saturday, July 27 @ Pappy & Harriet’s in Pioneertown

 

Desert Daze and Fat Tire are teaming up for a very special show benefiting Friends of Joshua Tree (www.friendsofjosh.org), a local non profit dedicated to cleaning and restoring the park after the recent government shutdown. Taking place on Saturday, July 27 at Pappy & Harriet’s in Pioneertown, CA, A Benefit for Joshua Tree National Parkwill feature performances on two stages from Allah-Las, Mattson 2, Rancho De La Luna Faction featuring Dave Catching and other desert all-stars and Sugar Candy Mountain. Jeffertitti and JJUUJJUU will also DJ and there will be visuals by Snake Chime Zen and Slim Reaper. Tickets will be available on Friday, June 21 at 10am PT via http://bit.ly/DDJtreeBenefit.

Desert Daze will donate all ticket proceeds from the concert and the event’s ticketing partner, Eventbrite, will also waive their service fees for this special event. Plus $1 for every pint of Fat Tire sold at Pappy’s over the course of June and July will be donated as part of their Pints for PublicLands campaign.

Fat Tire will also launch their Finding Common Ground program in July, donating $1 to organizations supporting public lands two ways: 1) $1 from each share of the Finding Common Ground videos released in July on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter, and 2) $1 from every photo posted with #ourcommonground on Instagram and Twitter.

The eighth installment of Desert Daze will take place October 10 – 13, 2019 at Moreno Beach in Lake Perris, CA and will feature four days of music, art, conversations and more. Look for the full lineup to be revealed this summer. Some of the announced artists include: The Flaming Lips perform The Soft Bulletin, Flying Lotus in 3D, Stereolab, Animal Collective, The Black Angels, Parquet Courts, Fred Armisen, Dungen perform Ta Det Lugnt, Shintaro Sakamoto, Temples, Connan Mockasin & Friends, Lightning Bolt, DIIV, Crumb, White Fence, Psychedelic Porn Crumpets, Nick Hakim, Mdou Moctar, Surfbort, and Sasami. For tickets and additional details, visit desertdaze.org.

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