Friday's lineup includes Local Natives, Lucinda Williams, Houndmouth, Moses Sumney, and Bootstraps.

Saturday's lineup includes Jackson Browne with his band, Heartless Bastards, Chris Robinson Brotherhood, Jamestown Revival, The Lone Bellow, and The Barr Brothers.

The Carousel will feature Little Hurricane, Joe Fletcher, The Wild Reeds, and The Far West on Friday. Nathaniel Rateliff, Linda Perhacs, Joe Pug and Leslie Stevens on Saturday.

Set times will be released a few weeks prior to the festival.



Twilight on the Pier with A-WA

RH&S Concerts Presents (Rum and Humble + Spaceland Presents)

Twilight on the Pier with A-WA

Disco Shrine, LA Arabs Orchestra

Wed, September 4, 2019

7:00 pm

Santa Monica Pier

Santa Monica, CA


This event is all ages

Twilight on the Pier 2019
Twilight on the Pier 2019
Twilight on the Pier is the free weekly music festival as iconic as the Pier itself. Now in it’s 35th consecutive year, Twilight continues the long-standing tradition of celebrating emerging and established artists and sounds from around the world. Featuring art, an all new comedy stage, eats, wine and beer garden, games and interactive activations. Whether you’re casual concert-goer or a culture-seeker, Twilight on the Pier has something for everyone.

FREE Wednesdays nights at the Santa Monica Pier thanks to these partners: Lyft, Aperol, White Claw, KeVita, Boxed Water, Zico, Sweet Leaf Tea, Boulevard Brewing Co., Fling Craft Cocktails.
Critically acclaimed Yemenite-Israeli trio A-WA—Tair, Liron, and Tagel Haim—defy genre
boundaries with a delightful union of rap-style beats, high-energy electronic propulsion,
hypnotic harmonies, and mainstream resonances. They made international headlines with their
proper debut single “Habib Galbi” (Love Of My Heart). Shot in the desert, the music video went
viral and amassed a staggering 11 million-plus views. The group’s 2016 full-length debut, Habib
Galbi, uprooted the traditional folk chants of Yemenite women and reassembled them as a
pastiche of rich electro, indie rap attitude, and unexpected pop appeal. Attracting tastemaker
praise, NPR claimed, “Instead of earnestly reconstructing the music of their cultural ancestors,
A-WA has catapulted this roots material into new terrain.” Recognized as international style
icons, Vogue delightfully asked, “Who are these women in high top sneakers and djellabas, and
where have they been all their lives?” Between packed shows, Pitbull even jumped on an
Official Remix of “Habib Galbi” as they amassed millions of global streams.
On their second full-length album, BAYTI FI RASI [S-Curve Records], they translate the journey
of their great grandmother from Yemen to Israel during the Post-WWII “Operation Magic
Carpet” into fourteen undeniable anthems. Sung in Yemeni Arabic dialect and backed by
indigenous instrumentation, swaths of electronic orchestration, and gritty hip-hop bounce, it’s
all introduced in cinematic videos along with the single “Mudbira” and their forthcoming single
“Hana Mash Hu Al Yaman” dropping April 12, 2019.
Disco Shrine
Disco Shrine
" Disco Shrine , aka Persian Barbie, is the LA based, pop spark plug known for
being a songwriter, world traveling DJ, and event curator. Her first single 'Up In
The Air' was inspired by her parents' immigration story to America. Through her
pop up events Disco Shrine advocates for immigrant rights as well as women's'
I recently released a new single through French Label Kitsune which was a
collaboration with the NBA. The single has hit charts in Spain, Sweden, and
Greece and has been featured by the likes of Earmilk, The 405, and Nakid
Magazine. I also released another  single  through Empire Music which was
featured on official Deezer playlists and was on Spotifys Release Radar. I have
been touring and traveling the last few months playing both live shows as well as
DJ Sets. I recently sold out my single release show in LA which took place at
School Night and had over 300+ people. I've also performed at major venues
across the U.S. including Baby's All Right (NYC), Le Bain at The Standard
(NYC), The Echo (LA), The Troubadour(LA),
The Black Cat (D.C.), Subterranean (Chicago), Middle East (Boston), Chop Suey
(Seattle), Mezzanine (San Francisco), Rickshaw Stop (San Francisco) and will
be touring across Australia in June. In addition to playing venues, I've also
started my own series of dance parties that have taken place at unconventional
locations including barber shops, gyms, laundromats etc... You can also check
out my latest  music video , which takes a look into the lives of immigrants and first
generation Americans, something that isn't really talked about a lot in pop music
and is something I wanted to personify, being a first generation Persian American
Venue Information:
Santa Monica Pier
Ocean Ave. at Colorado Ave.
Santa Monica, CA, 90401