Words cannot express the amount of love and gratitude we have for those who built, operated and most of all enjoyed our corner-lot oasis on the Terrace at Coachella. This year’s Do LaB Stage housed our largest attendance to date, some of the most cutting-edge lightning and sound technology to compliment the Big Fish aesthetic, and some of the freshest acts in dance music today.
The dust has settled & the crew is all home, so we want to take a moment to reflect on this year’s Coachella experience before we head to Lightning in a Bottle! Here are a few things that inspired us during our time in Indio…
— Do LaB (@TheDoLaB) April 16, 2016
Totem game on lock. Great work team!
You can always expect the full sensory experience at the Do LaB, but this year’s was in tune more than ever. s/o Do ArT Foundation for the live mural project, The Furies for their aerial and movement magic, and Bijoulette for their beautiful silliness in the crowd & on stage.
— dip (@diplo) April 28, 2016
That is all.
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We all sang and cried together. It was beautiful.
Our stage has never been so packed, but still with room to groove. We love you all, but one thing to note: trash goes in the garbage 🙂
HONORARY MENTION: Hunter Leggitt – the creator of The SS BISKT and the lightning and sound crews who sailed the Do LaB seas the entire time and ROCKED the boat.