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Solshine: A Music & Arts Reverie – Daily Stage Lineups Announced

We are just one month away from the inaugural festival, Solshine Reverie. The festival will kick off the weekend on Thursday, May 23, with an eclectic array of acts gracing the Moonshine Stage, including renowned jam bands The String Cheese Incident (performing two sets) and moe., along with sets from Manic Focus and Maddy O’Neal. Thursday will continue with a special takeover titled A La Léemba with ‘A Night In Tulum’ on the Illumination Stage.

The Campfire Stage will host a bevy of jam acts on Thursday, including Steady Flow, Snakes & Stars, Sun Stereo, Old Shoe, TAND, Formerly The Fox, Undercover Organism, Jerm Theory, and Blucone. 

On Friday, May 24, global party starter John Summit will close out the Moonshine Stage, preceded by performances from The String Cheese Incident (two sets), Umphrey’s McGee, STS9, Mihali, and Big Something

The Illumination Stage’s Friday billing will feature performances from genre-bending bass acts such as Wreckno, EPROM, Buku, Levity, A Hundred Drums, Austeria, Black Carl!, Blue Future, Josh Teed, and Phyphr.

Friday’s Campfire Stage lineup will be anchored by Barclay Crenshaw, The Werks, Venbee, Zingara, Maddy O’Neal, Moon Hooch, Jason Leech, and Polyrhythmics

On Saturday, May 24, the Moonshine Stage will feature performances from GRAMMY-nominated melodic bass duo SLANDER, Orebolo, and Keller Williams. Festival co-hosts moe. and Umphrey’s McGee will perform a rare collaborative set, in addition to their individual sets on Saturday.

Over at the Illumination Stage, Saturday will feature sets from DJ Marb Menthols, Late Night Radio, Saxsquatch, VCTRE, MZG, Motifv, Mantra Sounds, 20Twenty, Rendr, and The Original Cyberpunk.  

Saturday’s stacked roster welcomes a collection of wide-ranging acts on the Campfire Stage, including the highly-anticipated linkup Kill Safari (Kill The Noise b2b Bro Safari), Manic Focus, Gaspar Benegas & L.A Argentinians, Sunsquabi, DOGMA, Eggy, Allie & The Night Krals, Chicago Farmer & The Fieldnotes, as well as Brainchild

On Sunday, May 25, Solshine Reverie’s marathon weekend will be rounded out by Goose, who will be playing two sets on the Moonshine Stage, in addition to performances by deadmau5, Big Gigantic, moe., and Vibeline

The Illumination Stage’s Sunday lineup will be helmed by several smashing sets from Ravenscoon, Vampa, Moody Good, Esseks, Bad Snacks, Thought Process, Artifakts, DJ Logic, and COFRESI.

Closing out the Campfire Stage on Sunday night, the festival will host Philadelphia-bred jamtronica outfit The Disco Biscuits, LP Giobbi (performing her iconic Dead House set), Night Tales, lespecial, Doom Flamingo, Mickman, Alika, Henhouse Prowlers, and Armchair Boogie.  

Solshine Reverie attendees with VIP tickets also gain access to the exclusive VIP Lounge that offers intimate performances from artists like Orebolo, Mihali, Keller Williams, Big Something, Gaspar Benegas & L.A. Argentinians, lespecial, Sunsquabi, Doom Flamingo, The Werks, Eggy, Moon Hooch, DJ Brownie, Jason Leech, Brainchild, Chicago Farmer & The Fieldnotes, Formerly The Fox, Polyrhythmics, Steady Flow, and TAND, in addition to more special sets that are yet to be announced.

Tickets on sale now, including two-day (Saturday & Sunday) and Sunday single-day GA & VIP

As Summer Camp transitions into the Solshine Reverie era, the festival is staying true to its new identity by revamping its layout to evoke an experience akin to entering a reverie – a dreamlike state. The streamlined festival navigation will be reflected in the event’s increased intentionality; while Solshine will preserve the essence of Summer Camp, the refurbished festival will come with meaningful updates. 

Solshine Reverie has updated Summer Camp’s previous stage layout to create a more fruitful, efficient experience for guests. Notably, the festival transitions from three main stages to two, bidding farewell to the Sunshine and Starshine Mainstages. By removing the two stages, Solshine Reverie is fostering a greater emphasis on the Moonshine Stage and the Campfire Stage (which is being elevated to the size of the previous Starshine Stage). This consolidation allows for a seamless transition between genres on both stages, and allows for less overall overlap so attendees can see exactly who they want. 
In other exciting news, the festival’s official mainstage curfew is now being extended from 2 a.m. to 4 a.m. This additional time will allow guests to experience even more music at Solshine’s biggest hub, before heading back to their campgrounds.

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