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Kaaboo Del Mar Returns with 5 Exciting Festival Lineups



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San Diego’s favorite festival returns this month––that’s right. KAABOO Del Mar. This annual three-day extravaganza dives headfirst into a spectacular lineup of music, comedy, art and food for a weekend of wall-to-wall awesome. For those who aren’t familiar with the festival, there are plenty of reasons to make this year your introductory experience. KAABOO creates a weekend of fully immersive and indulgent activities. Where else can you go from the rocking out at the mainstage alongside P!nk, MUSE, and more, to dining on gourmet culinary creations, to relaxing poolside with a cocktail, to enjoying a salon-quality beauty service, all in one place? Only at KAABOO of course. For the festival-goer in search of a top-tier experience that requires none of the the inconvenience of camping and discomfort of other global events, KAABOO can’t be beat.

The multi-tiered festival starts with its music lineup. Including a huge array of diverse artists, this is the place to get your performance fix from the top artists in the country in nearly every genre. Leading the mainstage are the four headlining acts––P!nk, MUSE, The Red Hot Chili Peppers, and Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers. Pop fans find their niche with artists like Kesha, Jason Derulo, David Guetta, Andy Grammer and Timeflies joining the lineup. For the alt-rock and rock genres, don’t miss Weezer, Milky Chance, Alanis Morissette, Jane’s Addiction, and X Ambassadors. Rappers Logic, Machine Gun Kelly, T-Pain and Ice Cube round out the performers, plus a slew of other artists across all genres. It’s an all-inclusive music experience that’s shaping up to be incredible (can you tell we’re excited?).

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But the excitement doesn’t stop there. KAABOO delivers excellence in four other categories. The Comedy Lineup promises to bring the laughs with big names like David Spade and Patton Oswalt. However, the whole event isn’t purely performance based––the festival provides an entirely visual experience in its art exhibition. There’s a ton of names attending the festival and many will have pieces on display at the KAABOO art gallery, so be sure to stop by and take a look. One artist that will merge visual art and performance is Carly Ealey, a San Diego-based artist and muralist who will be live-painting a mural that will live permanently at the Del Mar Fairgrounds. This will be the largest piece painted at the festival, so be sure to catch it in action.

Even after ingesting every visual and sensory experience the festival has to offer, there is still the matter of food. Not just any food––at KAABOO, there’s an entire culinary lineup, dedicated to serving an incredible dining and drinking experience to tantalize the taste buds to complement a full day of music and art. They call it Palate.