Inaugural Desert Air Festival Set for Palm Springs, CA This December

The California desert will come alive this December with music and adventure when Desert Air brings its magic to Palm Springs, showcasing the talents of some of electronic music’s brightest international stars, including Dixon, The Martinez Brothers, Peggy Gou, DJ Koze, and more. Brought to life by California-based concert series organizers Splash House and Goldenvoice, the two-day, inaugural event will take place December 10 and 11 at the Palm Springs Air Museum, one of North America’s most unusual open-air venues.

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With the majestic Sanjacito Mountains as backdrop, revelers can dance the night away to the sonic creations of acclaimed DJs and underground music’s up-and-comers joining the festival’s headliners, including Moodymann, Channel Tres, Jayda G, TSHA, Chloé Caillet, Perel, Chris Stussy, Patrick Holland, and Mason Collective.

Befitting a desert escape, attendees will have the convenience of resort-style accommodations and a locale situated just minutes from the heart of Palm Springs. Expect a confluence of like-minded attendees at Desert Air package partner hotels The Saguaro and Renaissance. GA pass prices start at $130 plus ticketing fees. VIP passes start at $230 plus ticket fees. Hotel packages start at $750 for two people, $1050 for four. Packages include two-night accommodations plus Desert Air passes.


Covid health and safety protocols will be in place, including proof of vaccination to enter the venue. Policies and mandates may change based on evolving circumstances. For a full list of safety protocols, go to the event’s website. For more information about the festival and how to purchase packages or passes, click on the links below.


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