Goldenvoice’s Arroyo Seco Weekend ‘taking a year off’ in 2019

A drone shot from high above the Arroyo Seco Weekend music festival in Pasadena (Image: Goldenvoice)

The third run of Goldenvoice’s Pasadena fest Arroyo Seco Weekend will have to wait until at least 2020 as the event will be “taking a year off” Rose Bowl General Manager Darryl Dunn told Pasadena Now.

Dunn said that promoters “just decided that this year, their opinion is it’s in their best interest to take the year off and hopefully come back better in 2020.” Dunn pointed out that initially Goldenvoice’s Coachella fest took a year off and then came back stronger than ever.

Headliners for the festival included Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, Mumford and Sons, and Weezer in 2017 and Neil Young, Robert Plant, and Kings of Leon in 2018.

Related: Here’s what Arroyo Seco Weekend was like in 2017 and 2018.

Pasadena won’t be without a Goldenvoice fest this year – as the one-day Pasadena Daydream Festival headlined by The Cure will take place on Aug. 31.


Sponsored

I tried noom and it’s honestly the only weight-loss app that has worked for me

“Holy shit…what is going on?” It’s the second time I’d said that in a week as I stood on the scale – only this time it was because I’d lost 7 pounds since I started using the noom app – which bills itself as a lifestyle-builder rather than just a weight-loss app.

Read More >

Leave a Reply