Day For Night Festival 2016

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Dec 17 - Dec 18 2016

Houston, Texas (Silver Street Studios)

$150 (GA); $700 (VIP)

Produced by Free Press Houston and Work-Order, Day for Night redefines the festival experience and inspires attendees to re-examine the way they interact with and understand both art and music. Taking place on December 17th and 18th in Houston, Texas, Day for Night is hosted in an even larger complex than last year’s inaugural event, which received widespread praise from more than 180 news outlets across the globe. “Day for Night piqued our interest and delivered in spades,” hailed Consequence of Sound.

Utilizing more than 1.5 million square feet of hybrid indoor-outdoor space at the former Barbara Jordan Post Office at 401 Franklin Street, the massive complex will house three stages for world-renowned performers, as well as immersive art installations by internationally recognized visual artists. With large scale projections and site-specific custom-built structures, the festival merges art and sound to create a landscape that enriches our musical lineup.

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Festival schedule is not released yet.

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