Live on the Lawn: Daytime Disco in the Gardens feat. Poolside DJ Set, Brijean, WOH Club
Wednesday, August 04th 2021 • 6:00pm - 8:00pm
Duck Club Presents Live on the Lawn: An open-air show at Idaho Botanical Garden featuring Poolside DJ Set, Brijean, and WOH Club.
Bring your own blankets and low-back folding chairs. We will have a designated socially distanced section for those who want additional personal space. Please be mindful of other guests.
Gates will open at 5 pm, lawn seating is first come first served.
Show will start at 6 pm.
Picnics are allowed. We will have some awesome bartenders and a stocked bar setup for those of you who are 21+. A Lime & A Coconut and Calle 75 will be on-site for all your growling tummies, but you are welcome to bring in your own food and non-alcoholic beverages. No firearms or knives of any kind may be brought inside. On-site cooking or barbecues are not allowed.
Help the Garden stay green and clean by packing out what you packed in and carpool or ride your bike!
In order to responsibly hold this event, there will be a limited number of tickets available, so we recommend that you buy your tickets early!
$35 in advance
$40 at door the door
Poolside began as a recording project in a converted Los Angeles backyard pool house in early 2011, producing sunny tracks of subaquatic indie dance music in this makeshift recording studio. Surfacing first in the form of a YouTube video for the catchy track “Do You Believe?” Poolside were soon gaining local and national attention, with DJs like James Murphy of LCD Soundsystem, techno legend Derrick May, and disco don Todd Terje spinning these tracks at events and a growing online following. Throughout 2011 Poolside continued making waves with a sound called “daytime disco” through tracks like their cover of Neil Young’s “Harvest Moon” and original tunes. In 2012 Poolside worked on a remix for longtime disco punks The Rapture and held fans over with a new single and video for a song called “Slow Down” as they prepared to release their debut album. That album, Pacific Standard Time, was self-released in July of 2012.
After the album’s release, remixes for artists like Matthew Dear, Little Dragon and Fool’s Gold soon followed, as well as rehearsing and touring with a live band and doing DJ sets around the world. As thoughts turned to a second album, Poolside went on ice for a year to regroup, beginning to work in earnest on another album in the Fall of 2016. While still revolving around the sunny, laid-back disco sound of PST, these sessions yielded the additions of up-tempo dance songs and more guitars, and generally more fleshed-out arrangements. Poolside surprise released their second album Heat in 2017.
Poolside returned in July of 2019 with “Can’t Stop Your Lovin’ (feat. Panama),” their first new music in over two years. They spent the summer and fall touring with Kacey Musgraves and Tycho and released a second standalone single “Greatest City” in October.
Presented by Duckclub