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Desertfest NYC Announces Final Lineup Including Windhand, Weedeater, Elder, Monolord & More

The Desertfest franchise is finally coming to the U.S. the weekend of April 26 – 28 in Brooklyn, New York.

Desertfest, the European heavy rock n’ roll festival named for the legendary music scene of Palm Desert California that spawned the likes of Kyuss, Queens Of The Stone Age, Unida, Desert Sessions, and many others, is finally bringing their franchise to New York City. The event will take place the weekend of April 26 – 28 across two Brooklyn venues: The Well and Saint Vitus Bar.

The final lineup has been announced today, including Windhand, Black Cobra, Weedeater, Elder, Monolord, and the first-ever U.S. performance from London desert-rockers Steak.

Here’s the whole day-by-day lineup:

FRIDAY, APRIL 26 — SAINT VITUS BAR

Black Cobra

Here Lies Man 

High Tone Son Of A Bitch 

Heavy Temple

SATURDAY, APRIL 27 — THE WELL

Windhand

Weedeater

Danava

The Skull

Electric Citizen

Steak

Mirror Queen

Worshipper

Tower

Sunday, April 28 — THE WELL

Elder

Monolord

ASG

Ruby The Hatchet 

Fatson Jetson

Mick’s Jaguar

Duel

Green Milk From The Planet Orange 

Sun Voyager

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Three-day passes are currently sold out, but you can still buy two-day weekend passes for the shows at The Well.

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Posted on February 13th 2019, 3:00a.m.
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