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Do LaB at Coachella Weekend 2 Highlights

Mary Droppinz

(Photos: Jamal Eid)

Check Out Some Highlights That Occurred Throughout the Weekend at the Do LaB Stage

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Featuring Performances from DJ Hanzel, The Glitch Mob, Skream, Yung Bae b2b Madeon, Hayden James, Elohim, Vintage Culture, LP Giobbi, Moore Kismet, SIDEPIECE, Joe Kay and more

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Last weekend, Do LaB, creators of Lighting In A Bottle and Coachella’s most immersive stage, welcomed another range of surprise guests and a new artist lineup in the stage’s second weekend at Coachella. Friday headliners included Madeon and Yung Bae playing a back to back DJ set, while Saturday surprises included DJ sets from Hayden James and Patricio plus a Soulection stage takeover during the day. Sunday was concluded with a surprise DJ Hanzel set, also known as the deep house alias of platinum selling artist and electronic superstar Dillon Francis, and a midday surprise set from LP Giobbi.

More of the weekend’s notable highlights included a classic set from renowned electronic trio and Do LaB regulars The Glitch Mob, a rare dubstep set from pioneering UK producer Skream, a DJ set by electropop singer-songwriter and musician Elohim, Brazilian artist and worldwide collaborator Vintage Culture, influential electronic prodigy Moore Kismet, North London outfit and forward-thinking production duo Ivy Lab, Nitti Gritti & Party Favor’s house project SIDEPIECE, and Soulection artists Joe Kay, Andre Power, Esta, and Sasha Marie.

Video clips can be found in the folder here.

The thrilling and interactive Do LaB experience at Coachella is another example of what the brand has in store for this year, including the return of their premiere multifaceted boutique festival Lightning in a Bottle. The five day experience fuses a forward-thinking musical lineup, immersive art installations, and cause-driven educational yoga and art programming within a sprawling lakeside venue in beautiful Buena Vista Lake, California.

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Lightning in a Bottle’s 2022 musical programming includes marquee genre-crossing names such as Glass Animals, Kaytranada, GRiZ, Big Wild, CloZee, Ekali, G Jones b2b Eprom, GoldLink, Black Coffee, Four Tet, Seth Troxler, Maya Jane Coles, Jon Hopkins, and more.

DO LAB STAGE W2 PHOTOS

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  • Friday Artist Selects HERE
  • Saturday Artist Selects HERE
  • Sunday Artist Selects HERE

DO LAB STAGE W2 HIGHLIGHTS

  • 4/22: On Friday, Do LaB welcomed surprise guests Madeon and Yung Bae for a b2b DJ set. Other highlight performances included The Glitch Mob, a rare dubstep set from Skream, and Moore Kismet.
  • 4/23: Saturday surprises included a Soulection takeover of the Do LaB stage from artists Sasha Marie, Esta, Andre Power, and Joe Kay. Hayden James also played a DJ set followed by Do LaB veteran Patricio to close out the night.
  • 4/24: Sunday ended with a surprise set from DJ Hanzel, the deep house alias of Dillon Francis. Elohim also played a DJ set and LP Giobbi appeared as the midday surprise set.

 

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