Burning Man 2019 Music Preview: Camp Questionmark, Robot Heart & Mayan Warrior Announce Stage Lineups

The 2019 edition of Burning Man begins on Sunday, and three of the most prominent music stages at the global gathering announced the music lineups for the nine-day counterculture festival in the desert.

The infamous Camp Questionmark, New York’s Robot Heart, and prestigious art car Mayan Warrior each revealed the daily list of performers appearing on their respective stages this year. See below for highlights from each stage along with the complete list of artists playing throughout the day and night. Whether it’s a sunrise set, sunset beats, or daytime dancing, Burning Man has plenty to offer in terms of music, including a few special guests surprises.


Camp Questionmark

Some of the biggest names appear on this stage, including Australian electronic musician Flume, Philadelphia-based DJ savant Diplo, two performances on sperate days by trap artist Mr. Carmack and bass master Minnesota, along with Sacramento indie duo Hippie Sabotage, San Francisco resident Dials, Oakland’s Dimond Saints, Portland-based club act Chase Manhattan, and French producer CloZee.


Robot Heart

Standouts on this stage include experimental talent British dance producer Damian Lazarus, soulful electronic act Rufus Du Sol, pop band Tennis, house musician Doc Martin, tech-house group Art Department, a Saturday sunrise set by underground club artist Lee Burridge, and a special ‘Afro set’ by Diplo, his first of two performances on the Playa.


Mayan Warrior

Some of the noteworthy performance include two more sets by Tennis including a Saturday sunset set, another sunset set from Damian Lazarus, and a tie-up performance with the Robot Heart crew.