- The three-day campout goes down this May on La Jolla Reservation between Los Angeles and San Diego.
Dusk, a "California music campout," has announced the lineup for its first edition, set to happen at La Jolla Indian Reservation Campground May 17th through 19th.
Dusk takes place on Native American land between Los Angeles and San Diego and aims to serve as "an intimate, off-grid, queer festival for Southern California," according to the organizers. The three-day lineup includes a mix of well-established California DJs and touring acts, including DJ Harvey, DJ Nobu, Lovefingers, Analog Soul, Elena Colombi, Jennifer Cardini, Heidi Lawden and Massimiliano Pagliara.
Solar and Galen, who throw their own annual Sunset Campout in Belden Town, will travel down from San Francisco for Dusk, while the Bouquet Soundsystem heads to La Jolla from nearby San Diego. Dusk's main focus is showcasing LA's thriving dance music community—the BYOB festival includes appearances from Dusk cofounders Lawden, Masha and Jeniluv; Spotlight's Chris Cruse; Far Away's Jen Ferrer and Cooper Saver; Bears In Space; Moony Habits' Alex Ho; Dekmantel-affiliated dub pop band Peaking Lights, Tavish, TK, Dave P and Magic Touch, to name a few.
Tickets to Dusk are available exclusively on RA.