Lightning In A Bottle SUPERGOOD Set Guide

One of the most amazing festivals of the year is upon the California region and the vibe is already being set for the early arrivers. For those with less vacation days to spare, more traditional 9-5s or a lack of stamina to endure 4-5 days of festival — we’ve come up with a SUPERGOOD compact schedule for Lightning in A Bottle that will get you a taste of all the Do Lab flavors before things come to a close.

From headlining sets at the Lightning and Thunder Stages, to the house of The Woogie and curated, intimate vibes of Pagoda, Favela and Grand Artique — our quick festival guide will keep your LIB playlist tasty and leave you some time to cruise the grounds, check out the beautiful art installations and educate yourself at the Village and the Temple.  For a full schedule list – go here

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FRIDAY:

12:30 – 2:00 PM     Lightning Stage  Yoga of Bass w/ Freq Nasty & Claire Thompson
1:35 – 2:50 PM        Thunder Stage    Henry Pope x Littlefoot
3:30                           Pagoda Bar          DOT
4:10 – 5:10              Lightning Stage  Marian Hill
5:25 – 6:45              Thunder Stage    The Funkhunters
5:30 – 6:30             Lightning Stage  Raury
5:30 – 6:45              Grand Artique    Vibrometers
6:55 – 8:10              Lightning Stage  Emancipator Ensemble
7:00 pm                   Pagoda Bar          Great Dane
8:00 – 10:00         The Woogie           &Me
9:40 – 11:00          Thunder Stage      Mija
10:10 – 11:30          Lightning Stage   Big Gigantic
11:15 pm                  Pagoda Bar             Kraddy
11:45 – 12:45         Lightning Stage     William Close & The Earth Harp Collective
12:30 – 2:00 am  Thunder Stage       Cashmere Cat
1:00 – 2:00am      Lightning Stage   Grimes
1:30                         Pagoda Bar            Stelouse
1:45 – 2:45             Grand Artique      The Funkhunters
3:00 – 4:00            Grand Artique      VKCE (Vokab Company + Cash Effect)

Start your day with the Yoga of Bass before cruising the grounds for a few hours. Stop off to see DOT, the first lady of Team Supreme, at Pagoda Bar at 3:30 before catching the clever funk of Marian Hill at Lightning Stage at 4:10. Stick around for Raury at 5:30 or catch The Funkhunters bring it at Thunder Stage (and/or catch them again at Grand Artique at 1:45 am).

Enjoy a meal as the sun goes down before picking up for any one of the major stages with &Me at The Woogie, Mija at Thunder and Big Gigantic at Lightning Stage. Post Big G, William Close and The Earth Harp Collective and Grimes close out The Lightning Stage. Keep your party going all night with Stelouse at Pagoda and then The Funkhunters, Vokab Company and Cash Effect at the Grand Artique.

Survive Friday night until sunrise and you can dance your face off at the peak of the morning at The Woogie for a special Pumpkin Tribute set that begins a day dosed with a couple of memorials to the acorn lover. Soak in some education at The Temple and find some wellness for your body before getting down at 1:30 to either Gilligan Moss at the Thunder Stage or Justin Jay at The Woogie. Up and coming vocalist Erica Dee delivers some cuts from her recent self-release at 3:30 at Pagoda Bar. For happy hour – I recommend you get some heady jam vibes from Rubblebucket at Lightning Stage and then Pimps of Joytime at Grand Artique.

Hundred Waters provide a great soundtrack for slipping into the night. Coming off their experience at FORM Arcosanti, their sonic textures may be a little next level. The headliner parade sees us indulging in the queen of beats, TOKiMONSTA at Thunder Stage until about 12:30 before migrating to the Lightning Stage for Jamie XX. Post sonic climax – the vibes will be at Amori’s Casino for a continuous Pumpkin inspired jam and then some secret DJ sets at Pagoda Bar.

SATURDAY

10:00 – 11:30 am              The Woogie              Pumpkin Tribute
11:30 – 1:30 pm                 The Woogie              Hunter Leggitt
1:30 – 2:45 pm                  Thunder Stage          Gilligan Moss
1:30 – 3:30 pm                  The Woogie               Justin Jay
3:30 pm                               Pagoda Bar               Erica Dee
5:45 – 6:45                         Thunder Stage              Hayden James
6:00 – 7:10                         Lightning Stage        Rubblebucket
7:15 – 8:45                          Grand Artique           Pimps of Joytime
8:10 – 9:35                         Thunder Stage          Bleep Bloop
9:00 – 10:15                       Lightning Stage        Hundred Waters
11:00 – 12:30                     Thunder Stage          TOKiMONSTA
12:10 – 2:00                       Lightning Stage        Jamie xx
12:15 am                              Amori’s Casino         Pumpkin Tribute feat. Everyman + More
1:45 am                                Amori’s Casino         Pumpkin Tribute Continues
1:45 – 2:45                           Grand Artique         Herbert Bail Orchestra
2:00 am                                Pagoda Bar              Special Guest
3:00 am                                Pagoda Bar              Special Guest

 

SUNDAY

1:30 – 4:30   The Woogie       Sabo & Goldcap
2:20 – 3:35    Lightning         Lafa Taylor
3:00                Favela                Everyman
3:20 – 4:50   Thunder           Thriftworks
5:40 – 7:10    Lightning         Russ Liquid Test
7:00 – 10:00  The Woogie     Lee Burridge
8:00 – 9:30   Thunder           Dimond Saints
10– 12:00       The Woogie      Four Tet
10:30 – 12      Lightning        Moderat
11 – 12:30      Thunder          Mr. Carmack
12:30 – 2       Lightning        Chet Faker
2:00 am         Favela               Marquess Wyatt

The final day of LIB is pretty lit with house and sexy sonics.  Hit Woogie to dance it out until you can’t dance any more – warming up with Sabo & Goldcap around 1:30 and returning for another legendary set from Lee Burridge at The Woogie at 7:00, followed by Four Tet at midnight.   In between – dust yourself up with some mid-day hip-hop from Everyman at Favela, the brooding vibes of Thriftworks at Thunder Stage or the acid funk of Russ Liquid at Lightning.  Dimond Saints and Mr. Carmack will be sure to crush some stormy bass tones at Thunder Stage, while Moderat and Chet Faker take the rollercoaster from technically savvy to stylistically sexy to close things out at Lightning Stage.   We recommend you take a final dosage of drops from Marquess Wyatt at Favela Bar before putting a finished stamp on LIB 2016.

Enjoy Bradley and drive safe!

 

 

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