Cascade Equinox is giving attendees a look at what’s in store at the festival’s debut edition with its daily lineups and newly announced programming.
The hype has steadily built for the debut edition of Cascade Equinox ever since it was announced that Pretty Lights would be one of the headliners at the festival and they unveiled a massive lineup, but that wasn’t all that the festival had in store for fans. Those planning their trip to the Deschutes County Fairgrounds in Redmond, Oregon, on September 22-24 will be able to start plotting who they’ll plan to catch each day with the lineup splits that were recently revealed among other news that surfaced from the minds behind Gem & Jam and 4 Peaks Presents.
Big Wild, Phantogram, Emancipator, Manic Focus, OPIUO, and more will play on Friday, while Saturday brings the highly-desired Pretty Lights headlining set along with other standout artists, including Of The Trees, Dirtwire, Maddy O’Neal, and Moontricks, among others. Then, Goose will headline Sunday with additional sets from LP Giobbi, Trevor Hall & The Great In-Between, Gone Gone Beyond, Polyrhythmics, and more.
While the music is central to this festival’s experience, there is plenty more to explore at Cascade Equinox. The Grove is set to be a hub at this festival for anyone looking to shop for unique items at The Chic Boutique, check out some fantastic art at The Cosmic Drip, and grab a bite to eat or a cool, refreshing drink. The Brew Haven, The Sip & Savor Cocktail Lounge, and Vineyard Oasis will be the place for anyone who wants to taste high-end beers, spirits, and wines produced in Oregon, while the Culinary Commons offers delectable dishes from around the globe.
There are some special places that will whisk you away to far-off destinations as well, such as the Elevate Lounge with its Tulum-inspired theme and the Roma Rosa Bar Cart that will leave you wondering if you’ve stumbled into Tuscany. And if you’re looking for a true excursion, Cascade Equinox has you covered with special off-site packages that include rock climbing at Smith Rock National Park, horseback riding, mountain biking, and more.
Tickets and camping passes for the debut edition of Cascade Equinox are on sale now. For more information on what the festival will offer this year and to purchase your passes, visit the official website.