The 2017 edition of Hundred Waters' festival, FORM Arcosanti (which they co-curated with Moses Sumney), is coming up, happening May 12 - 14 with performances from Solange, James Blake, Future Islands, Father John Misty, Thundercat, Mitski, Chelsea Wolfe, Skrillex, S U R V I V E, Tycho, Deafheaven and more. The daily lineups and schedule are out now and you can check those out, along with some of the special programming at the festival, below.

FORM has also partnered with WeTransfer to release a free downloadable mixtape featuring Father John Misty, Skrillex, How To Dress Well, Tycho, Mount Eerie, Weyes BloodKelela, Chance the Rapper and more. You can download that from FORM's WeTransfer page.

For a chance to get into the festival, you have to fill out this application. 1,500 people will be selected.


FORM Aarcosanti - 2017 Daily Schedule

Friday, May 12
11:00am Check-in
12:00pm Guided Arcosanti Tours
2:00pm Deradoorian
3:00pm Suno Deko
3:50pm Julie Byrne
5:00pm Shamir
6:30pm Noname
7:20pm Kelela
8:10pm Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith
9:00pm Moses Sumney
10:45pm Solange
12:30am Skrillex

Saturday, May 13
6:41am Manitous (Sunrise Set)
7:30am Morning Meditation
8:00am Scenic Yoga
9:00am Arcosanti: Genesis
10am – 2pm Saint Heron House & Soul Cleanse Jam
2:00pm The Hotelier
2:45pm How To Dress Well
3:35pm Vieux Farka Touré
4:25pm Huerco S
6:00pm Mitski
6:45pm Chelsea Wolfe
7:35pm Deafheaven
8:25pm KING
9:20pm Father John Misty
10:50pm Future Islands
1:00am ‘Whose Streets?’ Film Screening
1:00am The Haxan Cloak
2:00am S U R V I V E
3:00am Christopher Willits

Sunday, May 14
6:41 Switchcraft (Sunrise Set)
7:30am Morning Meditation
8:00am Scenic Yoga
9am – 1pm Pathway to Paris Series
1:00pm Planned Parenthood Panel
2:00pm Timber Timbre
2:45pm Mount Eerie
3:35pm HEALTH – Amp
4:20pm Weyes Blood
5:45pm Kelsey Lu
6:30pm Omar Souleyman
7:20pm Tycho
8:20pm Bing & Ruth
9:00pm Thundercat
10:10pm Hundred Waters
11:45pm James Blake (solo piano)
1:00am ‘Chasing Choral’ film screening
1:00am 1800-Dinosaur


WeTransfer Studios Present FORM Arcosanti 2017 Official Compilation Tracklist
Hundred Waters - “Show Me Love” (Feat. Skrillex, Chance the Rapper, Moses Sumney)
Noname - “Diddy Bop”
KING - “Hey”
How To Dress Well - “Salt Song”
Shamir - “If It Wasn’t True”
Kelela - “Rewind”
Father John Misty - “Total Entertainment Forever”
Weyes Blood - “Do You Need My Love”
Tycho - “Receiver”
Hundred Waters - “Love in Mind” (Neil Young cover)
Moses Sumney - “Worth it”
Mitski - “Square” (solo piano ver.)
Vieux Farka Touré - “Homafau Wawa”
Omar Souleyman - “Darb El Hawa” (Cole Alexander Remix)
Chelsea Wolfe - “Survive”
HEALTH - “Euphoria”
Deafheaven - “Come Back”
Mount Eerie - “Planets”

FORM Arcosanti - 2017 Special Programming
* Pathway to Paris, a collection of academics, musicians, politicians, and innovators coming together to fight for climate justice, will host panels and performances drawing attention to environmental changes and injustices through art, music, and discussion.

* Planned Parenthood will partner with FORM on their first-ever experiential music festival activation including a panel on technology, social justice, and activism, as well as VR screenings of their film "Across the Line”.

* Saint Heron, a community of genre defying artists and fans united with a mission to celebrate diversity and the innovation of artists of color through music, art and culture, will host a multidisciplinary experience on-site featuring musical experiences and live artist talks, including a moment of reflection through Soul Cleansing and a musically botanical experience entitled The Secret Life of Plants.

* Phoenix Art Museum, the largest art museum in the Southwestern United States, will present visual and installation art, including Animal Land by Lauren Strohacker and Kendra Sollars and interactive art by Phoenix-based artist Andy Brown.

* Screenings of films handpicked by Senior Programmer of Sundance Film Festival, Charlie Sextro, include 2017’s Chasing Choral, an examination of the tragic transformation of coral reefs due to carbon emissions; and Whose Streets?, an unflinching look at the Ferguson uprising told by activists and leaders of the movement for justice.

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