Joshua Tree Music Festival announces a series limited capacity outdoor shows starting April 23

Article Contributed by Joshua Tree Mu… | Published on Wednesday, April 28, 2021

In the spirit of safely enjoying the medicinal magic of the live music experience, Joshua Tree Music Festival is thrilled to host a series of outdoor shows this spring. These one-night shows will be intimate, pod-based, physically distant and strictly limited in capacity to adhere to California’s Blueprint for a Safer Economy Tier 2 Guidelines for Outdoor Live Performances.

The line-up so far includes Steve Poltz - inspired troubadour with the keen-edged wit that won't quit; Diggin Dirt - captivating & funk-tastic; a force of nature; Con Brio - deep electrifying soul & psych-rock groove merchants; and Las Cafeteras - uniquely Angeleno mash-up of punk, hip-hop, beat music, cumbia and rock.

This is a first step on the journey back towards the Joshua Tree Music Festival as we know and love it, says festival founder Barnett English.

We are thrilled, honored and grateful to be able to start bringing back live music in a safe and responsible way. We don’t take this responsibility lightly and have guidelines and protocol in place in adherence with state and CDD guidelines. We are confident that these concerts can take place safely with everyone’s cooperation, English continues.

Tickets are on sale now at

These events are produced in adherence with California’s Blueprint for a Safer Economy Tier 2 Guidelines for Outdoor Live Performances, effective April 1. Tickets are sold by the pod, and each 8x8ft pod can accommodate up to four people. Shows will be in the main music bowl at the Joshua Tree Music Festival venue at the Joshua Tree Lake RV & Campground.

Upcoming Lineup
Diggin Dirt - Friday May 21 & Saturday May 22
Con Brio - Friday May 28 & Saturday May 29
Las Cafeteras - Sunday May 30

Where: Joshua Tree Lake RV & Campground, Joshua Tree, California.

About Joshua Tree Music Festival

The Joshua Tree Music Festival has taken place every May since 2003 and every May and October since 2006. The four-day festivals are immersive, inclusive, and inspiring experiences catering to music loving funsters and families with a sense of adventure.  Family and friends come together with passion, purpose and a mission to foster social interaction on a deep level, and to create positive, life-changing moments. For more information go to