Day for Night returns to Houston, Texas December 15-17, with a lineup announcement that dropped Wednesday. Headlining are Nine Inch Nails, Thom Yorke, Solange, Justice, St Vincent, Tyler, The Creator, and James Blake along with installations by 18 artists, including Matthew Schreiber and performance by Ryoji Ikeda.

Once again, the festival will transform PostHTX, the former cold-war era downtown post office, to create a total art immersion that explores light, space, and sound. The festival will include large-scale audiovisual installations, site-specific custom-built structures, and live music performances. In addition, the weekend’s concerts and visual art will be augmented for the first time with a Friday Summit focusing on the intersection of art, technology, and activism. The Summit speakers will include government transparency and LGBTQ advocate Chelsea Manning, visual artist and musician Laurie Anderson, musician, conceptual artist, and political activist Nadya Tolokonnikova of Pussy Riot, and Los Angeles-based artist Lauren McCarthy. To close out Friday evening there will be a special performance presented by Saint Heron featuring Solange entitled “Soul Cleansing”, followed by performances by Earl Sweatshirt, and Kaytranada.

The visual artists included this year are a diverse group ranging from sculptors to coders to engineers. Ryoji Ikeda, a multimedia artist who brought his innovative “stage shows” to the Metropolitan Museum of Art, will create a site-specific work for the festival. Holographer and laser light artist Matthew Schreiber, who was formerly James Turrell’s studio assistant, will create a site-specific, large-scale light installation for a concert. Also included are Los Angeles-based nonprofit Conditional Group + Processing Foundation, Parisian sculptor Theodore Fivel, and Lina Dib .

After last year’s epic experience, Day for Night has become one of the most innovative and exciting festivals out there. Tickets are on sale now here and a portion of the proceeds will be donated to the Greater Houston Community Foundation, supporting areas of Houston affected by Hurricane Harvey.