Palm Tree Music Festival is returning to Aspen, Colo., early next year with a lineup featuring Palm Tree co-founder Kygo, French titan David Guetta, dance-pop mainstays The Chainsmokers, the white-hot Labrinth, electronic hybrid duo DRAMA and pop-folk-rock artist Harry Hudson.
The festival will happen Feb. 23-24, 2024, in the ski town’s Rio Grande Park. Tickets go on sale this Thursday, Oct. 5.
The mountain event is produced by Belly Up Aspen, C3 Presents and Kygo’s own Palm Tree Crew. The event made its Aspen debut this February, with previous iterations of Palm Tree Music Festival happening in The Hamptons, southern Californian, Egypt and Australia.
“I am so excited to bring Palm Tree Festival back to Aspen for its second year,” Kygo said in a statement. “We are building something special in the city of Aspen and I can’t wait to continue year after year!”
“We made history last year launching the Palm Tree Music Festival in Aspen during the peak of winter season,” added Myles Shear, Kygo’s manager and Palm Tree Crew co-founder. “Now, here we are a second time, and we are stoked to bring this event back to downtown Aspen.”
“We are proud and humbled by the incredible feedback and support we received from the inaugural festival,” said David and Danny Goldberg of Belly Up Aspen, the legendary venue at the base of Aspen mountain. “We are grateful to be working alongside our partners C3 Presents and Palm Tree Crew and are thrilled to bring this incredible event back to Aspen in 2024.”
Check out the lineup below:
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