Pretty Lights will perform an additional second night at Suwannee Hulaween 2023, filling the headliner slot vacated by Rainbow Kitten Surprise. The announcement comes almost four months after the indie/alternative rock band cleared its entire touring schedule and went on an immediate indefinite hiatus.

Per an announcement from Hulaween, Pretty Lights will headline The Meadow on both Saturday and Sunday for a total of three-and-a-half hours of music. The festival is set to return to Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park in Live Oak, FL October 26th–29th for its 10th-anniversary celebration. Other top acts include The String Cheese IncidentTrey Anastasio BandGooseJoe Russo’s Almost DeadLes Claypool’s Fearless Flying Frog Brigade, and many more.

Tickets for Suwannee Hulaween are on sale here. The same announcement from organizers notes that there are fewer than 1,000 tickets left.

This revelation further bolsters Pretty Lights’ long-awaited Soundshup Spacesystem comeback tour. Emerging from a five-year hiatus, the DJ/producer born Derek Vincent Smith has already made waves with enthralling live performances that somehow lived up to the hype built from his extended absence. Touring with longtime collaborators Michal MenertBorahm LeeAlvin Ford Jr., and Chris Karns, Pretty Lights has presented a revamped live experience featuring new songs, old favorites, and well-placed covers.

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The tour kicked off last month with three nights at Denver’s Mission Ballroom and continued with sold-out multi-night engagements in Dillon, CO and Atlanta. The Hulaween appearances will mark Pretty Lights’ only East Coast festival appearances of the Soundship Spacesystem Tour, though PL will also perform at the new Cascade Equinox Festival (9/22–9/24) in Redmond, OR. Following Hula, he will then host something of a festival of his own November 3rd–5th at The Caverns in Pelham, TN featuring three nights of above-ground performances in addition to late-night subterranean sets by Manic Focus, Maddy O’NealBreak Science, Marvel Years, Michael Menert, Chris Karns, and more.

For tickets and a full list of Pretty Lights tour dates head here.


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