Day for Night is a visually immersive art and music festival exploring the boundaries of light, space, and sound. With headlining musicians performing alongside immersive digital art installations, Day for Night transforms live music production by introducing new sensory experiences to the festival landscape.
Day for Night will take place at Houston’s historic Barbara Jordan Post Office where the 1.5 million-square-foot hybrid indoor-outdoor space will house three massive stages for performances.
The eclectic music lineup features: Aphex Twin, ODESZA, Björk Digital, Run the Jewels, Butthole Surfers, Blood Orange, RZA feat. Stone Mecca, Ariel Pink, Lightning Bolt, Unknown Mortal Orchestra, The Jesus and Mary Chain, and so many more. For the full lineup visit dayfornight.io.
The list of visual artists includes Björk Digital, United Visual Artists, Golan Levin, NONOTAK, Shoplifter, Tundra, Robert Seidel, Damien Echols, AV&C and Houzé, Michael Fullman of VT Pro Design, Ezra Miller, Jesse Kanda, Alex Czetwertynski, Herman Kolgen, Various Projects, and Children of the Light.
Prize includes Flight, Hotel, and Festival Plus Passes for two people. Hotel accommodations include three nights at the Hilton Americas-Houston. Flights to be awarded with two $400 Visa gift cards.
Enter the giveaway contest below. A winner will be picked at random on Tuesday, December 6th at 5pm.
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