Desert Air is the new California desert getaway for both artists and dance music lovers, bringing an array of globally recognized DJs to the historic Palm Springs Air Museum for a 2-day event filled with music and more.
Taking place December 10-11th, Desert Air includes a broad spectrum of underground house and techno acts ranging from melodic Innervisions founder Dixon, to South Korean fashion and house music icon Peggy Gou, and not limited to Puerto Rican Tech-house brothers, The Martinez Brothers. Daytime activities offered by Desert Air complements the exemplary lineup of music tastemakers, as activities such as Rooftop Yoga & Sound Bath, Warbird Rides, Architecture Bike Tour, Poolside Mezcal Tasting, Wine Tasting, and a Guided Trail Hike are fun activities that attendees can purchase to experience before committing themselves to the dancefloor.
This certainly isn’t your average music festival, as Golden Voice and Splash House join forces to provide the ultimate open-air experience. Besides the stacked lineup, a curated set of local day experiences are available to maximize your time in Palm Springs as you can sip, flow, swim and hike beyond your usual festival endeavors.
Indulge into the Mojave Desert as the Rooftop Yoga & Soundbath is meant for those seeking a special morning Yoga stretch and flow on a rooftop, guided by Kim Funkey.
For those itching to soar to new heights, Warbird Rides are available to get a new perspective on the historical richness that Palm Springs holds.
Grab your bike and ride through the architecturally significant homes that Palm Springs’ neighborhoods hold. Guided by Trevor O’Donnell, this easy-going Architecture Bike Tour will blow your mind (SOLD OUT).
Mezcal lovers can enjoy the history of a variety of mezcal brands at the Poolside Mezcal Tasting (SOLD OUT). Complimented with snacks and games, surely this experience is meant to kick-start a day of adventure.
Begin Saturday with a natural Wine Tasting at Palm Springs wine bar and bottle shop, Dead or Alive. Pinkies up as Christine Soto will guide attendees through a special selection of classic wines with a private wine tasting and optional oyster pairing.
It doesn’t end there, as a Guided Trail Hike is another option to consider for those seeking a pump and trek before dancing the night away.
Desert Air certainly has a list full of things to look forward to, both on the dancefloor and during the day with fun and engaging activities. Limited tickets are available per activity.
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