If you don’t live under a rock, you’ve definitely heard of the Palm Tree Music Festival happening Out East this weekend.
For those of you who may not know...
Palm Tree Crew is bringing a tropical-inspired festival experience to the Hamptons on Sunday, August 29th at the Francis S. Gabreski Airport in Westhampton Beach, NY.
The single-day Palm Tree Music Festival will be an intimate experience curated by Kygo and Manager Myles Shear to capture the unmatched feeling of summer in paradise with majestic beach vibes and unmissable sets by a lineup of global icons: Frank Walker, Forester, Gryffin (DJ Set), Zedd and Kygo, along with exciting surprise guests.
“I’m excited to throw Palm Tree Crew’s first music festival in the Hamptons. We have curated an experience like no other and are working with the best partners in order to make the festival a safe environment for everyone. It’s going to be an unforgettable day and I can’t wait for everyone to be a part of this amazing show.” – Kygo
The festival will provide a glimpse into the Palm Tree Crew lifestyle which has been formed from years of touring around the world and performing at different venues and festivals.
The Palm Tree Music Festival will feature unique experiences and sampling from Palm Tree Crew family brands such as Long Drink, Daring Foods plant-based chicken, Poppi Prebiotic soda, and the Palm Tree Crew x PUMA Golf Chase Dreams golf experience.
Additional brand partners include 818 Tequila, Grey Goose Essences, Hampton Water, Coconut Cartel, CELSIUS Energy, and Path Water. Food trucks include Shake Shack, Ample Hills, Shrimpy’s, Guerilla Grilled Cheese, and Uncle Gussy’s.
If you’re not coming here for the music, at least come here for the food.
“Palm Tree Crew was built in order to create game-changing business ventures with our close friends and the best in the business. I’m thrilled to have partnered with amazing brands to help bring the Palm Tree Music Festival to life and to bring our Palm Tree Crew family and fans to join us in the Hamptons.” Myles Shear, Co-Founder of Palm Tree Crew.
To design a multi-pronged health and safety protocol, Palm Tree Crew has also partnered with Northwell Health, New York's largest Health Care provider and Safe Entry, powered by PredictMedix Inc. and Juiceworks Exhibits.
Palm Tree Crew and its organizers worked alongside county officials to ensure the safety of individual festival-goers and the Hamptons community and will enforce COVID-19 policies in accordance with the requirements of the State of New York.
“This festival is such a great opportunity for people to enjoy a summer day together, something no one takes for granted anymore,” said Mary Mahoney, VP of emergency management and clinical preparedness at Northwell. “We are so proud to work with Palm Tree Crew and others to make sure everyone who attends is healthy and safe – and can focus all of their time on the fun they are having at the event.”
Upon arrival, guests will walk through the Safe Entry Station, which uses artificial intelligence to screen for multiple symptoms of infectious disease, displaying the result in the form of a red or green light in seconds.
Any guests presenting symptoms will receive a rapid PCR test on-site, administered by Northwell Health. Guests will then be required to either show proof of vaccination or a negative PCR test within the past 72 hours.
"We are honored to work with the Palm Tree Crew and the team at Northwell Health to create a safe space, where guests can escape the day-to-day and enjoy the incredible lineup of artists in a truly unique setting," Jonathan Auger, President & Founder of JUICEWORKS.
The event will also serve as a commemoration of the upcoming 20th Anniversary of 9/11. A portion of the proceeds from the festival will be donated to the Feal Good Foundation and LT Michael P. Murphy Navy Seal Museum.
“Thank you to everyone who helped put this amazing event together during this difficult time of the year for so many. As we approach the 20 year 9/11 Remembrance, it is your energy & empathy that should be embraced & emulated by all. And to be included in the same event with the Michael Murphy Navy Seal Museum is simply humbling.” – John Feal/FealGoodFoundation.
“The LT Michael P. Murphy Navy SEAL Museum is honored to partner with the Palm Tree Music Festival and look forward to bringing the history, legacy, and sacrifices of our Naval Special Warfare Operators (Navy SEALs) to the citizens of New York, Long Island, and in particular, Suffolk County” – Dan Murphy /LT Michael P. Murphy Navy Seal Museum.
Official Palm Tree Music Festival merchandise will be available for purchase on-site, as well as limited items from Palm Tree Crew apparel.
Doors open at 3:00PM EST. Curfew at 11:00PM EST.
Get your ticket now, because all the cool kids are doing it.
Photography by: Matteo Prandoni