Psycho California is making its festival debut as the west coast’s first annual metal festival brining together the best in doom, heavy psych, sludge and more from all over the world. Taking place at the Observatory in Santa Ana across three days from May 15 through May 17, the first wave wave of artists have been announced, and now so have the headliners. Headlining the inaugural Psycho California will be Cult of Luna, Sleep and Pentagram, who will perform First Daze Here in its entirety.
The lineup for Psycho California includes the aforementioned headliners and the following bands: Sleep, Pentagram, Cult of Lune, Kylesa, OM, Earth, Russian Circles, Bedemon, Conan, Wrench, Eyehategod, Indian, Earthless, Pallbearer, Stoned Jesus, Old Man Gloom, Cave In, Acid Witch, Truckfighters, Tombs, Bang, Electric Citizen, Coffinworm, SubRosa, Eagle Twin, Mammatus, True Widow, Anciients, Bellwitch, Dead Meadow, Lord Dying, Death By Stereo, Radio Moscow, Ancient Altar, Samsara Blues Experiment, Atriarch, Elder, Mothership, The Well, Deathkings, Wo Fat, Rozamov, Destroyer of Light, Highlands, Bloodmoon, Slow Season, Goatsnake, Crypt Trip, Wrench, Lords of Beacon House, Tumbleweed Dealer, Sinister Haze, Blackout, Red Wizard, Banquet and Loom.
Tickets to Psycho California go on sale today, Thursday, January, 15 at 10am. Three-day passes are priced at $149.50 and three-day VIP passes are priced at $256.66.
VIP packages include a three-day festival pass, a signed screen print concert poster by David D’Andrea, express entry via artist check-in booth, access to artist VIP lounge, a limited edition Thief X Obey festival tee, a Psycho record bag and patch as well as access to a complimentary craft tequila bar, premium microbrews and artisan snacks.
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