Celebrating its 13th year at Coachella, The Do LaB has continually impressed crowds with their incredibly diverse and unique lineup, offering a completely different experience than anything else you’ll find around the rest of the festival. Year after year, The Do LaB’s grounds and crowds grow larger as it becomes more popular – whether it be for the amazing music lineup or for the opportunity to cool down with their famous water guns and misters.
Each individual weekend for this year’s event showcases its own exclusive, eclectic lineup of music along with some unannounced special guests that will be sure to please. Last year’s special guests included Major Lazer, The Glitch Mob, What So Not, Bob Moses, RÜFÜS DU SOL, and several others.
Weekend 1 offers Coachella-goers the opportunity to see trap and future bass king Mr. Carmack, Low End Theory resident The Gaslamp Killer, Sol Selectas label-head Sabo, Dirtybird’s Shiba San, Moving Castle affiliate Chet Porter, LA-based techno sensation Eagles & Butterflies, Anjunadeep’s Finnish producer Yotto, the bass-heavy, LA-based, party throwing collective Brownies & Lemonade, glitchy, grimy sounds of Bleep Bloop, and German techno singer-songwriter and producer Monolink, among several others.
Weekend 2 delivers a comparably great, but completely different lineup that includes Dirtybird’s head honcho Claude VonStroke’s alter ego, Barclay Crenshaw and other Dirtybird favorites including Justin Martin, Billy Kenny and Will Clarke. Joining these Dirtybirds are drum and bass legend Netsky, Chicago-based Soulection signee Monte Booker, Swedish creator of the ELEMENTS series Jonas Rathsman, U.K. future bass producer Daktyl, and 19-year-old, LA-based futuristic producer xxyyxx, alongside countless other talented artists that round out an excellent second weekend lineup.
The Do Lab stage has become a fan favorite due to its intricate art design, endless supply of groovy tunes and proper vibes that continue all day and night. You can check out the full lineup below.