Polo & Pan -- the French electronic duo who make music that sounds like acid tripping through the French Riviera in 1973 -- announced the biggest headlining show of their career thus far on Tuesday (Feb. 18).
The duo will play the Hollywood Bowl this Aug. 9, with support from Parcels, Poolside and Lido Pimento. The French-centric show is part of the World Music Series hosted at the famed Los Angeles venue every summer by tastemaking public radio station KCRW. Tickets for the show go on sale May 2. Other headliners for the 2020 World Festival include Andrew Bird, Flying Lotus, Brittany Howard and Maxwell.
This summer also finds Polo & Pan playing major summer festivals including Barcelona's Sónar and Montreal's Osheaga. The duo blew up on the power of their debut LP, Caravelle, and are promising new music from their sophomore album this summer, to which we say "oui."