Texas Eclipse Announces 2024 Lineup

Article Contributed by MAGNUM PR | Published on Wednesday, December 6, 2023

Award-winning global promoter Disco Donnie Presents (DDP) and experiential event company Probably Nothing are thrilled to reveal its ‘Third Contact' announcement for Texas Eclipse, adding even more depth to their roster of previously announced participants from the First Contact and Second Contact.

Today’s music lineup comes with contributions curated with global partners Symbiosis (California), Re:birth (Japan), Strawberry Fields (Australia), Earth Frequency (Australia), Bachstelzen (Germany), Beloved (Oregon), Origin (South Africa), Meadows in the Mountain (Bulgaria), Ometeotl (Mexico), DisQo PereZoso (Costa Rica), Cosmic Convergence (Guatemala).
These artists will be joined by the 40+ musical acts previously announced – Barclay Crenshaw, Big Gigantic, Bob Moses (Club Set), Boogie T, Clozee (Sunset Set), Freedom Fighters, GMS, Joe Russo's Almost Dead, Lee Burridge, Level UP, LSDream, Martha Van Straaten,  STS9, Subtronics, The Disco Biscuits, Tipper (Twilight Set), Tycho, Vulfpeck, Zeds Dead, and Zingara to name a few.

Texas Eclipse is more than just music; it serves as a global community hub where music and visual artists, thought leaders, and enthusiasts from space, science, wellness, and technology come together to celebrate the universal language of creativity while also shaping the future. Each partner represents a unique chapter in this global narrative, contributing to a collective experience that transcends geographical boundaries. This convergence of minds and cultures across various areas of expertise fosters a rich exchange of ideas, creating a space where the universal values of unity, diversity, and exploration are celebrated. As the festival lineup continues to unfold, it stands as a living testament to the power of collaboration, breaking down barriers and forging connections that extend far beyond the realm of music, echoing the heartbeat of a truly global community.

“Texas Eclipse is more than just a festival; it is a testament to the power of global collaboration, uniting creative forces to foster and manifest positive change. We hope that what we do here to celebrate and connect the mind and spirit will serve as an example of what is possible in humanity's exciting future.” Mitch Morales, Founder Texas Eclipse

From April 5th to 9th, a gathering of up to 50,000 diverse attendees from festival lovers to eclipse enthusiasts will flock to central Texas for five days of creative expression, consciousness exploration, and cosmic curiosity for an experience millions of years in the making.

“We see these gatherings as a responsibility and service to our planet in the highest form that we can offer. People from so many walks of life come together to witness a total solar eclipse and celebrate the fact that we are conscious, aware and alive in this moment. Community gatherings like these are vital for shared human experience -- they nourish the soul and enable social change.

We are so excited to bring back a unique showcase of 12 different global collaborators who offer much more to the event than music -- big art, workshops, yoga, Indigenous wisdom, kids and family programming, a bush spa -- all while being surrounded by the awe-inspiring nature of the Texas Hill Country.” - Gwen Gruesen (Symbiosis)

Bad Snacks • Big Gigantic •  Boogie T.Rio • Dirtwire • Joe Russo's Almost Dead • Kerala Dust  • Moon Tricks • Oteil and Friends • Snow Raven • STS9  • Sunsquabi • The Disco Biscuits • The Floozies • The String Cheese Incident • Tycho • Vulfpeck
The Lone Star Stage welcomes an extraordinary mix of artists set to enhance the futuristic Western theme with their transcendent sounds. An iconic festival favorite, The String Cheese Incident, who also played the 2017 Oregon Eclipse festival, has an eclectic fusion of bluegrass, rock, and electronic elements that will add a touch of musical diversity to the stage. Bad Snacks will showcase her innovative blend of electronic and jazz while jam band Sunsquabi promises to fuse funk, rock, and electronic elements into an unforgettable experience.
Similar to Big Gigantic, famed funk-tronic act The Floozies will take the stage, becoming part of an already elite roster of names such as R&B soul maestro’s Vulfpeck, grammy nominated artist Tycho, and plenty more.