Today, the single day lineup for Monterey International Pop Festival – Celebrates 50 Years was announced. Single Day General Admission tickets go on sale this Thursday, May 4 at 10am PT – PRESS HERE to purchase.
Produced by Another Planet Entertainment and Goldenvoice in association with the Monterey International Pop Festival Foundation, the festival’s day to day breakdown includes Leon Bridges, Father John Misty and Regina Spektor on Friday, Jack Johnson, Norah Jones and Jim James on Saturday, with Phil Lesh & The Terrapin Family Band, The Head and the Heart and Gary Clark Jr. closing out the festival on Sunday. PRESS HERE for the full day by day lineup.
Details on the primary art installation on site have been announced today, titled “It Happened In Monterey…Music, Love and Flowers.” The exhibition designed by Abbott Miller and developed by Ileen Gallagher of ISG Productions will occupy a building on the site of the original fairgrounds, transforming into a colorful landscape that conjures the spirit of the 1967 festival. The exhibition includes rare documents, photographs and artifacts, and shows the development of the festival by Lou Adler and John Phillips and the making of D.A. Pennabaker’s documentary, excerpts of which will be shown in a “drop-in” theater environment. The final section of the exhibition looks at the aftermath of the festival, the careers of the musicians that performed there, and its impact on the music industry.
Additionally, Goldenvoice and Another Planet Entertainment will work together with the Monterey International Pop Foundation, which Lou Adler serves as Director, to give back and ensure this historic festival continues to inspire and empower music lovers in need.
Single Day Lineup:
Father John Misty
Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats
Charles Bradley & His Extraordinaires
Eric Burdon & The Animals
Langhorne Slim & The Law
Jamtown feat. Cisco Adler, Donavon Frankenreiter And G. Love
North Mississippi Allstars
Phil Lesh & The Terrapin Family Band
The Head and the Heart
Gary Clark Jr.
Kurt Vile & The Violators
Booker T’s Stax Revue
Nicki Bluhm & Dirty Dozen Brass Band
Hiss Golden Messenger