Texas Eclipse Festival 2024: STS9, Bob Moses, LP Giobbi, Tycho & Barclay Crenshaw Lead Phase One Lineup

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While the moon eclipsing the sun up in the heavens will serve a the event’s primary headliner, Texas Eclipse 2024 has today (Oct. 17) dropped the phase one lineup for the artists that will play in honor of this celestial event.

The lineup features Bob Moses, LP Giobbi, STS9, CloZee, Big Gigantic, Dirtwire, LSDream, Claude VonStroke playing under his bass-forward Barclay Crenshaw project, Lee Burridge, the Desert Hearts crew, Tycho, Zeds Dead, The Disco Biscuits and other heady heavy hitters.

Produced by Disco Donnie Presents and experiential event company Probably Nothing, Texas Eclipse will happen at the Reveille Peak Ranch in Burnett, Texas (located about an hour’s drive from Austin) on April 5-9, 2024. Tickets go sale this Thursday (Oct. 19) with two, three and four day ticket options available. (Ticket prices are not yet available.) Texas Eclipse is an all ages event, with children 12 and under getting in for free and discounted tickets available for 13–17 year olds.

Four festival stage areas — appropriately titled the Earth, Sky, Moon and Sun areas — will be curated by a crew of event producers from around the world, including California’s Symbiosis (a crew that did its own eclipse festival in Oregon in 2017), Germany’s Bachstelzen and 10 others.

In addition to music, Texas Eclipse will offer art installations, wellness areas, science workshops, kids and family education areas, yoga and more. The total solar eclipse will take place on Monday, April 9, 2024.

“We’ve curated an incredible mix of artists from around the world, representing diverse genres and styles, all coming together under the captivating backdrop of the 2024 total solar eclipse,” Disco Donnie says in a statement. “This promises to be an extraordinary experience where music, art, and technology and space converge in a truly unique way.” 

See the phase one lineup for Texas Eclipse 2024 below.

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