Plastic Picnic


Brooklyn band made up of PNW transplants

Plastic Picnic is a Brooklyn band made up of PNW transplants who found one other after moving to New York. Their indie dream-rock combines shimmering synths, atmospheric guitar, and bittersweet lyrics that deal with loss, isolation, and anxiety. Recorded in a cabin in upstate NY, their debut album, As Long As You Need, explores the space between joy and sorrow, searching for hope amidst dark times. The album reached #10 Most Added on NACC radio and #25 for Sub-Modern Albums. Plastic Picnic’s orchestral blend of indie-rock has garnered them song placements on TV shows such as Homeland and Shameless, as well as festival appearances. Following a set at Governor's Ball and a west coast tour, they’re set to tour further in 2023. "Plastic Picnic has a real knack for making synthesizers sound epic" - NPR “Catchy, danceable beats paired with melancholy lyricism and shimmery melodies" - Billboard
Thu 3/23 11:40pm: Plastic Picnic at Reef
Sun 3/26 3:30pm: Plastic Picnic at Main Stage
Plastic Picnic