Meow Wolf’s Dark Palace showcases true diversity on 2020 return line-up: Malaa, G Jones, EPROM, Space Jesus, Golf Clap + more
Meow Wolf‘s Dark Palace Festival has announced its Denver return with a lineup that is noticeably darker and more diverse. Debuting last November to much fan fare, the second edition of Dark Palace returns to the National Western Complex on April 9 – 11. One part art installation, another part warehouse rave, this is one bi-annual event that plans to bring the best in heavy bass and taste making house to the Mile High City.
Headlining Thursday are house music mainstays Malaa and Will Clarke along with rising mid-tempo bass producer Deathpact. CE favorites Maddy O’Neal and SWAYLÓ are also on the first day to deliver their original styles in jamtronica and world music, respectively. Friday’s headliners sees the likes of G Jones and EPROM, along with Detroit house phenom DJ Holographic and burgeoning funk house artist Channel Tres. Saturday will bring a full dose of bass music with Space Jesus and Mr. Carmack as headliners and Huxley Anne and Esseks. House is also well represented with headliners Dr. Fresch and Golf Clap.
Eclectic, inventive, and immersive, Dark Palace comes from the minds of those who are constantly pushing the creative envelope. Meow Wolf will also soon open up their official Denver satellite next year.
Single-day and three-day tickets for the Meow Wolf Dark Palace (Spring Edition) are currently on sale here.
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