Dusk Music Festival announces artists for its fifth annual festival on November 13-14
With the announcement at the end of the summer that DUSK would return to downtown Tucson on November 13-14, 2021, with excitement building with the city’s eclectic festival in a few weeks. A fusion of Tucson’s best food, drink and the arts, DUSK once again partners with Relentless Beats as the two-day festival moves to a new venue, Jácome Plaza in downtown Tucson, less than a mile from its previous site. To help fans plan their experience, the Artist Daily Schedule is as follows:
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 13
Diploma ; Jimmy eats the world; the Duke Dumont; Blu Detiger; Justin Martin; Pauline Herr; Sage Armstrong, and Tank and the Bangas.
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 14
Porter Robinson; Group love; SG Lewis; John Summit; Mob Rich; STRFKR and Yolanda Be cool.
The local artist’s program, including Battle of the Bands winner The Basements, will be announced in the coming week.
Since 2016, DUSK has worked hard to create an unforgettable experience combining diverse musical genres, Arizona’s best food and drink offerings, and a full-scale interactive art experience for its fans. While plans for this year’s event are still underway, DUSK is excited to partner with Tuscon Foodie to host an incredible range of restaurants, food trucks and chefs. Current confirmed attendees include the Gastronomic Union of Tucson (GUT), Dante’s Fire, Culinary Dropout and Zinburger to local favorites like Empire Pizza, Rollies Mexican Patio and Jake’s Donuts & Treat Trolley. In addition, Tucson ARTS will feature live artwork, larger-than-life sculptures, digital art, video projections and lighting exhibits in downtown Tucson and on the grounds of the Jácome Festival. Plaza. Additional activations include Tucson PLAYS with a variety of backyard games and classic partner arcade games, Cobra Arcade Tuscon, and the Tucson SHOPS Marketplace for all your shipping needs. Finally, GREENROOM returns, providing a professional, positive, fun and interactive space for festival attendees to learn more about Arizona’s medical and adult cannabis programs.
In addition, DUSK Charities 501 (c) (3) will renew its efforts to develop educational training and career programs to introduce high school and college students to the wide variety of careers and vocations in the festival industry of music. Proceeds from this year’s event will go to the Children’s Museum Tuscson, the Armory Park Neighborhood Association, the Rialto Theater and several other local foundations and organizations that have yet to be named.
General Admission Weekend Passes are on sale for $ 139, before fees. VIP passes, with express entry lanes, comfortable lounge seating, upscale air-conditioned bathrooms, upscale dining experiences, free coat and bag check service, free massages de Woven Ivy Massage and the private viewing area of the Alameda stage are available from $ 239, before fees. Returning this year, the Platinum VIP experience presented by Iridius Capital includes everything the standard VIP pass has, plus: access to an all-inclusive, stage-height elevated observation deck, exit privileges / re-entry unlimited, wine, beer, craft cocktails and non-alcoholic drinks, a buffet of snacks, starting at $ 449. Day passes start at $ 75. All types of tickets are available online at www.DUSKmusicfestival.com. DUSK is an event for all ages.
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