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Tame Impala Rained Out At Desert Daze

Tame Impala’s set ended up getting rained out at Desert Daze last night. The Kevin Parker-led psych-rock band were set to headline the first night of the California festival, but they only made it three songs in before a man came onstage and announced that everyone had to go and seek shelter due to a thunderstorm; it had been lightly raining with some lightning for the previous hour.

Although organizers insisted that Tame Impala were not being cancelled and would still play, their set was officially cancelled a little less than two hours later. According to Stereogum leader Scott Lapatine, who was on-site, the performance sounded good until it was cut short (and there was a confetti cannon during “Let It Happen”). Watch some footage below.

 

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Timeline of @tame__impala getting kicked off the stage. Desert Daze night 1 was cancelled due to thunderstorms

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Devastated. Sorry Desert Daze. Hope everyone’s safe

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King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard and My Bloody Valentine are set to headline the festival tonight and tomorrow.

This article originally appeared on Stereogum.