Wu-Tang Clan to Play ‘Enter The Wu-Tang’ In Full at Desert Daze
California music festival Desert Daze has revealed their final music lineup with a special Wu-Tang Clan performance.
California music festival Desert Daze produced by Knitting Factory, Moon Block and Red Light has revealed their final music lineup with a special Wu-Tang Clan performance. The group will perform their 1993 debut album Enter Wu-Tang (36 Chambers) in its entirety at the Oct. 10-13 event at Moreno Beach in Lake Perris, Calif.
In addition, the festival has announced that Ween will celebrate the 25th anniversary of their album Chocolate and Cheese by playing it in full for the first time ever.
Conceptual art rock visionaries Devo will also use the Southern California festival to kick off their farewell tour.
Other new additions to the Desert Daze lineup include Pussy Riot, Alvvays, Moses Sumney, Khruangbin and The Locust. They join previously announced acts including Flying Lotus 3D, Stereolab, Animal Collective, The Claypool Lennon Delirium and more.
The Flaming Lips will also make an appearance to perform their 1999 album The Soft Bulletin to mark its 20th anniversary.
Tickets and camping accommodations are still available for the festival that takes place at the state park. Check out tickets and the full lineup at DesertDaze.org.
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