Snoop/Aoki and more at Pacific Festival OC
Arrive early, Stay late - The ultimate day party returns with a vengeance
Steve Aoki - DJ, celebrity, mogul, the backbone behind DIM MAK Records, and according to his Twitter, a heavy green tea drinker - is ready to strike again. Only this time, bigger and better.
Aoki’s second annual single day festival will showcase over 50 of independent music’s greatest bands and artists from around the world to perform on the picturesque grounds of Oak Canyon Ranch near Irvine Lake in Silverado. With Snoop Dogg officially headlining, Pacific Festival: OC will showcase a good mix of genres to send festivalgoers on a 24-hour trip to electro-rock-and-Snoop-Doggy-Dog resonance.
Pacific Festival: OC has been curated to keep the attendees’ all five senses entertained. In addition to the international and local live acts, The Cobra Snake (world-renowned celebrity photographer, 2011 Pacific Festival’s host and Steve Aoki’s Los Angeles partner in crime) will also showcase art installations and local businesses within the Vendor Village.
Pacific Festival: OC connects culture with community and art with music, but best of all, entertainment with philanthropy. Pacific Festival: OC will bring attention and support to the Surfrider Foundation, and for every ticket sold, Pacific Festival: OC will donate $1 to the Surfrider Foundation to help preserve our ocean. Righteous.
When: Saturday, Aug. 13. Door opens at 11a.m.
Where: Oak Canyon Ranch, Orange County, CA
Lineup: Cut/Copy, Steve Aoki, Calvin Harris, Ghostland Observatory, !!! (CHK CHK CHK) Phantogram, Toro Y Moi, Zeds Dead, The Twelves, Fred Falke, Classixx, Afroman, Zoot Woman, The Growlers, Hanni El Khatib, Jacques Renault, Superhumanoids, American Royalty, Poolside The C90S, Justin Miller, Cosmic Kids, Fifinasty, Kedd Cook, Wishengrad, Frankie Wilde, Sweatpants, Steffi Graff, Scorpion Breath, more artists are confirmed but can not be announced yet
What to bring: Your hunger and thirst for food, drinks and a day to remember (or forget). You decide.
For more details, visit http://pacificfestival.com/