4xFAR Festival Will Debut 2020 in Coachella Valley

A new festival is making its debut in the Coachella Valley on January 18 + 19 of next year. 4xFAR festival will be an immersive experience, curated for thrill-seekers who enjoy the unknown. The first lineup announcement has already dropped, which features an eclectic musical lineup. Performers include Anderson .PAAK + The Free Nationals, Mark Ronson & Q-Tip, Young the Giant, Kurt Vile and The Violators, Sofi Tukker + more.

However, the 4xFAR festival is not solely limited to music. It will also be an interactive adventure. With the help of Outside Magazine, the festival will have activities like yoga, mountain biking, climbing, fly fishing, survival skills, and camp mixology. The event will also host a variety of today’s active pioneers. These include renowned athletes, space travelers, and artists. For example, surfer Laird Hamilton and Olympic volleyball player Gabby Reece will be leading panel discussions about mental wellness as well as experimental classes. The festival is also sponsored by Land Rover. Attendees will have the opportunity to drive the new 2020 Land Rover Defender on designated off-road courses.

In the press release, 4xFAR’s music curator Garth Trinidad mentioned:

“4XFAR is set to be the first experience of its kind in lifestyle focused entertainment – an intimate, celebratory adventure where guests can taste the cross pollinated nectar of music, art, adventure, and culture in a gorgeous oasis under the desert sky. I’m elated to be in the mix as music curator!”

Other Details

There is no official housing for the event. Luckily, campsites and hotels are only a short drive away. The venue is approximately 2.5 hours away from LAX, whereas Palm Springs is only a 45-min drive. If you have any questions, you can check the info section and FAQ for the festival here.

Early bird tickets are sold out. But, Tier 1 pricing for General Admission is now available, starting at $185 before fees. VIP will enjoy special perks and is currently at Tier 2 pricing at $349. You can buy tickets here.