Jacques Greene gets a little help from some friends.
FORM Arcosanti is part music and culture festival, part desert commune, founded by the band Hundred Waters. To announce the full schedule of the festival, the festival has shared a video of Jacques Greene creating new music with some help, so to speak.
The festival is hosted in the Arizona city Arcosanti, which was intended to be an experimental living space partially designed by Italian architect Paolo Soleri. And while the infrastructure was originally constructed in the 70s and never complete, the fest leans on the original vision.
This year’s event takes place May 13-15 and features performances from Skrillex, Thundercat, Ash Koosha, D∆WN and many more.The festival also boasts the Neuehouse Cultural Series, featuring artists Doug Aitken, Sanford Biggers and more. The full schedule for the weekend is below. Some sets from that weekend will be streamed by Boiler Room, but have yet to be announced.
Admission for the festival is application-based, which is now closed, but you can still purchase a patron package to attend.
Watch Jacques Greene get some advice from sage old men eating apples below, just to get a little taste of what the collaborative festival is like. The video is hosted by FORM’s Loveback, a crowd-funding platform which allows fans to donate directly to the artist. Donations on this Jacques Greene clip will enter you to win passes to the festival.