Day for Night, the internationally acclaimed (and much-anticipated!) music and art festival, brings the best sights and sounds to Houston. Only in its second year, this electronic multimedia experience, held on four stages at the former Barbara Jordan Post Office, has out-of-towners trekking to the Bayou City for the ultimate music and visual arts experience.
Below, we rounded up our five favorite not-to-miss acts performing this weekend. P.S.: Tickets are still on sale. What are you waiting for?
Friday, Dec 16; 7:30–8:50. Sunday, Dec 18; 8:20–9:50 | Blue Stage
The Icelandic artist presents her only U.S. exhibition of Björk Digital—a multi-room experience that combines music with visual art and digital effects.
Saturday, Dec 17; 10–midnight | Red Stage
The notoriously reclusive electronic musician makes his first U.S. appearance in eight years!
Saturday, Dec 17; 8–9:30 | Red Stage
Seattle's electronic duo never fails to get heads bopping and hips shaking.
Saturday, Dec 17; 9:45–10:45 | Blue Stage
The legendary horror composer, known for the Halloween trilogy, brings his hauntingly good tunes to Houston.
Sunday, Dec 18; 11–midnight | Green Stage
Hear the local hip-hop artist sing "Pick Up the Phone" and other hits.
Day for Night
Dec 16–18. From $170. 401 Franklin St. dayfornight.io