Hundred Waters' annual FORM Arcosanti festival will be back for its sixth year in 2019 and happening May 10-12, as Phoenix New Times reports. Early bird tickets are set to go on sale later today at the festival's website, and this year they've been lowered from $399 to $349. The fest is also now 18+, as opposed to 21+ in previous years.

FORM co-founder/Hundred Waters member Zach Tetreault told New Times that once again, there will be "no overlapping sets." He also says, "We decided to stay true to our roots. For 2019 we’ll stay small, intentional and vibrant as ever, while adding more for you to see, hear, and do."

This year, they're also introducing shuttle buses from nearby locations. The New Times writes:

FORM will also organize shuttle buses which will permit visitors from Phoenix, Tucson, Flagstaff, and Los Angeles to travel to Arcosanti, the experimental desert community 70 miles north of Phoenix which hosts the festival each year. Arizona locals or anyone staying at an offsite accommodation will be permitted re-entry to the festival grounds.

The lineup is still TBA, so stay tuned for that, but judging by past years, we can probably safely assume it'll be pretty great.

Watch Hundred Waters perform at FORM 2017 and the trailer for the 2019 fest: