Last month, The National’s Aaron Dessner and Bon Iver’s Justin Vernon announced last week that their artistic collective, 37d03d (a.k.a. PEOPLE), will be hosting its 2019 spring festival in Brooklyn in early May, and now the duo confirms that their collaborative project, Big Red Machine, will be appearing at the gathering, along with an earlier debut for the group in Los Angeles later this month.
Dessner and Vernon will bring Big Red Machine, who released a self-titled album last year, to LA’s Hollywood Palladium on April 28, with a band featuring Leslie Feist and Kate Stables, along with support from Richard Reed Parry’s Quiet River of Dust. Tickets are available here.
BRM will also play the PEOPLE festival at Brooklyn’s Pioneer Works on May 4. The festival is set for May 3 and 4, following a five-day residency of several artists in the collective, which will provide most of the music for the public offerings at the end of the week. Tickets and more information can be found here.