Same Same But Different Festival Daily Lineup
SAME SAME BUT DIFFERENT FESTIVAL ANNOUNCES DAILY LINEUPS
Same Same But Different Festival has just announced a fresh wave of performers for its second annual event taking place on the shores of Lake Perris (just east of LA and San Diego) this September 20-21, 2019. In addition to previously announced highlights BAAUER, Beats Antique, Turkuaz, Exmag, and Cofresi, Same Same But Different will also welcome Morillo, Brothers Gow, Naiad,Aviator Stash and many more to its stages for two full days of music, sun, and sand. The festival has also just unveiled its daily lineups, making it easier than ever for attendees to curate their perfect weekend.
Same Same But Different has made a splash in the Southern California festival scene for its seamless pairing of first-rate live music with the stunning natural landscape of Lake Perris Recreational Campgrounds. Festival goers will be able to enjoy breathtaking mountain views plus a variety of land and lake activities including paddle-boarding, swimming, yoga, a guided herbal hike, and activations including live muralists, a vendor village featuring local craftsman, and even a beachside Coconut Club serving up fresh coconut water daily.
At Same Same But Different Festival, the fun doesn’t stop when the main stage shuts down. Make your way over to the Coconut Club after the headliner each night where DJs will be spinning jams starting at 1:30 AM and continuing until the early morning light. And for those who can’t get enough of live bands, head down to the second stage where a variety of musical guests will be there to entertain you till you’re too tired to keep your eyes open. A full lineup of late-night performances will be announced in the coming weeks. To get the full scoop, head to www.ssbdfest.com/blog/
Staying true to the laid-back, lakeside getaway theme, Same Same But Different Festival will also be debuting their first ever Floatopia Day Party. Starting Saturday at 10 AM and running throughout the day, SSBD invites guests to bring their favorite flotations out to the pristine waters of Lake Perris.
With stellar entertainment, an assortment of land and water activities, and an unparalleled atmosphere, Same Same But Different Festival is the closest thing you can get to an “adult summer camp.” Early Bird tickets are now sold out, and General Admission prices will increase to $160 effective today, July 26. Single day passes will go on sale Friday, August 2. VIP upgrades are sold out at the $99 rate and will be available at the new rate of $119 on Saturday, August 10. For more information, visit www.ssbdfest.com/tickets.
Same Same But Different 2019 Lineup
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