Arroyo Seco Weekend returns June 23rd and 24th at the Brookside by the Rose Bowl for another year of great music, food, and local culture. They just released the schedule (above) for what should be an amazing weekend.
Entering their second year, Goldenvoice re-imagined the festival grounds to help improve the experience for everyone. The biggest change is that the main stages (The Oaks and Sycamore) are now to the east with the Culinary Village and Willow Stage across the Arroyo Seco to the west. There will still be entrances located to the north and south.
The second biggest upgrade comes in the VIP area. Instead of having two separate areas, this year's grounds features a single large VIP area that allows access between the two main stages. There is also a new Weekend Clubhouse VIP pass with access to the Clubhouse located directly between the two stages that has catered food and more.
One final change - you are still welcome to bring chairs and blankets, however this year there will be a no chair or blanket zone directly in front of the stages.
Here are a few things that remain the same:
- A great music lineup headlined by Neil Young, Jack White, Kings of Leon, and Robert Plant
- Dozens of restaurant vendors in the Culinary Village carefully curated by festival co-founder Nic Adler
- Local cultural features from The Huntington, Coachella Valley, Kidspace Children's Museum, and more
Click here to find out more about Arroyo Seco Weekend and see the festival map below.