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There's A Huge Music Festival Problem And Day For Night Is The Solution

Picture of Ryan Kristobak
Music Editor
Updated: 2 January 2017
Think about the largest and most renowned music festivals in the world — Coachella, Lollapalooza, Bonnaroo, Glastonbury, Tomorrowland, Primavera Sound, Sziget, Rock in Rio — they all have the same problem: they are stuck in the Woodstock format. Large open-air spaces dotted by stages and the same roster of the current music blog darlings; while iconic, they are dated and getting staler with each passing year. Enter Day For Night: a mixture of light and sound hosted in an abandoned post office on the edge of downtown Houston, Texas, this festival combines headlining musicians with gigantic, immersive art installations by world-renowned visual artists. Entering its second year, Day For Night festival is already drawing huge crowds from all over the world, and forever changing the festival DNA.