It’ll take more than the devastation Hurricane Harvey to shut down Houston’s festival. The three-day festival is set for December 15-17, 2017. Topping the lineup are , , , , , and , along with 18 art installations and performances by internationally renowned visual artists such as Ryoji Ikeda and Matthew Schreiber.
Day for Night has become known for it’s state–the-art lighting productions and art installations on par with and , while retaining an underground/indie festival ethos. The Day for Night Summit, a consciousness raising speaker forum, will kick f the weekend festivities on Friday, with prominent activists sharing their thoughts on the relationship between art, technology, and activism, featuring the likes LGBTQ advocate Chelsea Manning and the political activist musings Pussy Riot’s Nadya Tolokonnikova.
Joining the well-rounded list headlining talent, which also includes Thom Yorke, Solange, and St. Vincent, are electronic music heavy weights , , , , and , with an eclectic list indie-rock appearances by Deep Cuts, True American, and spoken word artist Saul Wiliams.
Tickets to range from $215 to $750 with fees. This year, a portion the festival’s proceeds will help the Greater Houston Community Foundation aid people in areas affected by Hurricane Harvey.
Feature photo courtesy Rob Sheridan