Starry Nites Festival Makes Its Debut In Santa Barbara

There’s nothing more magical than screaming the lyrics to the top songs of the year with thousands of fellow music lovers. You know that feeling we’re talking about. However, sometimes we come across a festival that’s small in size, but packs an amazing roster of talent often left off the stages of major events we’ve grown to love.



Taking place March 18-19 on forty-two beautiful acres of Live Oak Campground in the mountains of Santa Barbara, California, the inaugural Starry Nites Festival offers a different approach to the mega-ragers of today. Focusing on a more intimate and environmentally conscious live music experience, this boutique event was created by festival and music industry veterans to foster a sense of community and togetherness that tends to get lost among larger crowds.

So far, the stellar lineup features performances by Alan Parsons Live Project, The Kills, and UphoricTV favorite Cat Power. The festival will be the elusive artist’s first, and so far only, announced show this year, providing a rare treat for her diehard fans. With more than 35 artists on four stages throughout the weekend, immersive visuals, and camping on site, Starry Nites is ready to stake its claim in the West Coast festival scene. Check out the complete lineup below, purchase your tickets here, and stay tuned for more coverage.

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