The four-day Same Same But Different Festival will return to the shores of Lake Perris with music, camping, art, yoga and more on Sep. 28-Oct.1.
Festival promoters announced the lineup on Friday, May 12 and it includes headliners Polo & Pan, Griz, Louis The Child, Big Wild and sets by What So Not, Hippie Sabotage, Phantoms, Blu DeTiger, Boombox, The Motet, SunSquab, Moontricks, Maddy O’Neal, Flamingosis, Mija, Partiboi69, Cam Steen, Bix King, SoDown, Combover, Mat.Joe, DJ M3, Hollywood Principle, Kr3ture, Boostive and more.
The festival grounds will feature four stages spread across the beach. Workshops on yoga, breath-work, meditation, dance classes, painting, crafting, and more will also take place and be led by field experts for attendees to take part in.
There will be shuttles from Los Angeles and San Diego available, hotel packages offered and there are new camping options this year.
Four-day passes start at $355; VIP four-day passes start at $495; Wednesday early arrival passes are $75; Fast entry passes are $75; Up-front parking lot passes are $155; car-camping campground passes are $155; Vehicle parking passes are $40; group campsites are $1,750; furnished tents start at $1,650; RV camping starts at $265-565. For more information and passes, go to ssbdf.com.
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