HISS GOLDEN MESSENGER
THE TENDER THINGS
Board the Mothership
Let us go then, you and I, to the 13th Annual Trans-Pecos Festival of Music + Love in Marfa, Texas.
September 20 – 23, 2018
Together we embark on a cosmic, weekend-long adventure of live music, camping, sandlot baseball, stars, workshops, art installations and community in the majesty of Marfa, Texas. Set your compass, adventure awaits.
3-day Music Only Tickets: $250
3-day Music + Camping Tickets: $325
Ferris Wheel Tickets: $4
(must purchase Festival tickets to ride the Ferris Wheel)
Check out the deluxe Shelter Co. accommodations available below. Get’em until they run out! Guests renting Shelter Co. tents must also purchase Music-Only tickets for the festival.
Tickets are non-refundable, but you are able to transfer the ticket to someone else by selecting “tickets” and then selecting “Edit” in Event Brite. Click here to read the formal instructions. After September 17, tickets and tents cannot be transferred.
HISS GOLDEN MESSENGER
THE TENDER THINGS
THE WATSON TWINS
Join us for a community dinner, pig roast and sausage party with Chef Lou Lambert on Saturday, September 22 at 6 pm. Beer courtesy of Big Bend Brewing Co. and additional menu options provided for vegetarians.
Tickets need to be purchased in addition to Trans-Pecos Festival tickets for Saturday night. Advanced purchase is strongly encouraged.
Shelter Co. and El Cosmico are teaming up to provide furnished canvas tents and all necessary amenities at this year’s Trans-Pecos Festival of Music + Love.
1 Bed: $950 (3-days)
2 Beds: $1,100 (3-days)
Guests booking a Shelter Co. tent must also purchase Music-Only tickets for the festival. Shelter Co. tents are non-refundable.
Limited quantity still available.BOOK NOW
Thursday, September 20 | 4 – 5:15 pm | Yin Yoga
Friday, September 21 | 9 – 10:15 am | Hatha
Friday, September 21 | 4 – 5:15 pm | Hatha Spanish
Saturday, September 22 | 9 – 10:15 am | Hatha
Back and bigger by popular demand. Just because you’re camping doesn’t mean you don’t need a massage.
Shop our vendor area, hang out and listen to an afternoon DJ, or just spend some time in our hammock grove. We’ve got a solid mix of activities and opportunities to do absolutely nothing.
Vendor submissions for this year’s festival are now closed. We’re excited to share the roster, stay tuned.Book
Food truck capacity for this year is full. To get on the wait list for next years festival email email@example.com.
We’ve partnered with YETI, the makers of the best cooler on earth, to create a custom El Cosmico YETI cooler. Available in two sizes; the Tundra 45, with a 26 can capacity and easy portability, and the Tundra 65, the ice chest designed for good times with room to hold 39 cans.
Have a cooler full of ice cold Big Bend Brewing Co. beer waiting for you when you check-in at the Trans-Pecos Festival – enjoy your portable party-in-a-box throughout the weekend, and then take home an awesome souvenir.
Tundra 45 with 12 Big Bend Brewing Co. beers $375
Tundra 65 with 24 Big Bend Brewing Co. beers $420
Great Goddess Who Lights Up the Sky, a symbol of sun and warmth, the one who encourages us to grow. She is the radiant rising sun, ruler of the High Celestial Plane. In a time without her, the world froze, life extinguished, and evil ran over the earth. With great power, Amaterasu thawed the lands after the darkest of days and the flowers returned. She reminds us to soldier forward – that one day the sun will rise, and the winter will end, leaving us stronger than before. In these times of darkness, let us seek power from her boundless light.
The Japanese calligraphy by Echo Higuchi reads “Let There Be New Flowering” from the Lucille Clifton poem inscribed on one of the few walls El Cosmico.PRE-ORDER
Hotel rooms are still available nearby.
Feed your hangover, enjoy live music and hang out one last time with your festival family before heading home. Support a great cause at our KRTS Breakfast Revival on Sunday, September 23 from 9 am to noon.
All proceeds benefit KRTS Marfa Public Radio. No need to pre-register, just pay when you arrive at breakfast.
Austin’s Texas Playboys vs. Marfa’s Los Yonke Gallos. An epic sandlot rivalry continues. Saturday at noon. Hot dogs. Beer. Squirrel friends. Can only be experienced – definitely a party highlight regardless of your stance on sports.