Phil Pirrone of the band JJUUJJUU performs during day two of the three day music festival, Desert Daze, at the Lake Perris Recreation Area on Saturday, October 12, 2019. Pirrone, who is the founder of the festival, announced this week that the three-day event will return to Lake Perris Nov. 12-14. (Photo by Drew A. Kelley, Contributing Photographer)

The lineup so far includes two dozen acts, including day one headliners The War on Drugs, who will release a new album, “I Don’t Live Here Anymore,” on Oct. 29.

Jazz saxophonist Washington headlines day two while indie electro-pop-rocker Toro y Moi tops the final day.

“It’s the most diverse sounding lineup that we’ve ever had, I think. It’s multifaceted, eclectic and encompasses so much more than I think we’ve ever done before,” Pirrone said.

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Desert Daze will return to the Lake Perris State Recreation Area. for three days in November in a scaled-down version of the music festival.

Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. Friday, July 23, for the Nov.12-14 festival that will include sets from Kamasi Washington, The War on Drugs, Toro Y Moi, Japanese Breakfast and more.

“I’m just exited to see any live music, man,” said Phil Pirrone, founder of the festival, which is now in its ninth edition.

“There’s so much diversity in the sounds at this year’s festival — there’s a jazz musician, rock and roll bands, avant garde artists, shoegaze, alternative and envelope pushers of sound,” he said.

Phil Pirrone of the band JJUUJJUU performs during day two of the three day music festival, Desert Daze, at the Lake Perris Recreation Area on Saturday, October 12, 2019. Pirrone, who is the founder of the festival, announced this week that the three-day event will return to Lake Perris Nov. 12-14. (Photo by Drew A. Kelley, Contributing Photographer)

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The lineup so far includes two dozen acts, including day one headliners The War on Drugs, who will release a new album, “I Don’t Live Here Anymore,” on Oct. 29.

Jazz saxophonist Washington headlines day two while indie electro-pop-rocker Toro y Moi tops the final day.

“It’s the most diverse sounding lineup that we’ve ever had, I think. It’s multifaceted, eclectic and encompasses so much more than I think we’ve ever done before,” Pirrone said.

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Like all other live music events, Desert Daze was canceled in 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic.

In May, concert organizers announced that the festival would return in a much smaller version as an intimate concert series at Pappy & Harriet’s in Pioneertown from Oct. 17-Nov. 23. It was billed as a return to the event’s roots, which had started as a series of shows over multiple days in the desert.

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“When we first started digging into the 2021 planning, so many things were up in the air, so we shifted to a concert series format. Somewhere along the way Lake Perris called and wanted their Desert Daze back and the state of the world had come to a point where it was possible,” Pirrone said.

Pirrone did not want to comment on whether the fall concert series at Pappy & Harriet’s will still happen.

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