If this lineup does not get you to buy tickets in mass, then we do not know what will. Boasting a roster of artists that has enough acts to compel festival goers to arrive early in the day, HARD’s Day of the Dead released the complete lineup for each of its festival stages. Beautifully designed, these poster images promise a massive weekend ahead.
Lake Tahoe’s annual SnowGlobe music festival has released its 2013 lineup. As expected, Tahoe’s premiere New Years’ Eve event has booked a diverse array of talent, featuring such formidable acts as Tiësto, Kaskade, Zeds Dead, Gramatik and Dillon Francis. Backing these festival regulars is a laundry list of forward-thinking electronic musicians, such as Kill Paris, Cashmere Cat, Kastle, The Polish Ambassador and more. Throw in Dirtybird, a performance from Snoop Dogg (Lion), and an impending third headliner, and you’ve got the makings of an awesome festival. If you can brave the weather, $150 for the three day pass should sound quite reasonable.
Beyond Wonderland Bay Area kicks off its two day festival tomorrow at the Shoreline Amphitheater in Mountain View, CA. With its daunting, star-studded lineup, the time conflicts were going to be inevitable. While guests will have to choose between acts such as Arty, Headhunterz, and Damian Lazarus on Saturday, Sunday doesn’t get any easier with W&W, Tiësto, and Carnage performing at the same time. Fortunately, from the look of the site map and set times, it appears there will be multiple “main stages,” with plenty of dazzling stage constructions to give the artists the stellar show production they deserve.Posted by
Taking place Thursday through Monday in Oakdale, California (a couple hours outside of San Francisco), Symbiosis Gathering is primed to be one of the most enriching festival experiences California has to offer. Located at the beautiful Woodward Reservoir, the five day festival is a harmonious mixture of music, art, and spirituality. Think Lightning in a Bottle meets the Bay Area.
Now that September has arrived, we are in the midst of the official countdown to TomorrowWorld. Each new week brings to light new stages, and yesterday marked the revealing of the massive OWSLA stage. Skrillex’s forward-thinking bass music brand is primed to light up the Chattahoochee Hills with a lineup well-worth salivating over. With everyone from keenly established artists Kill the Noise and Jack Beats on the bill to groundbreaking talent like Seven Lions and the M Machine, the OWSLA stage is set to be a boisterous, bass music haven.
After invading the Oakland Coliseum for the inaugural Beyond Wonderland Bay Area, this year’s festival moves to the larger, more-concert oriented Shoreline Amphitheater in Mountain View for an expanded two-day event. With a roster of megastars fit for the DJ Mag Top 10, Beyond Wonderland Bay Area will host Tiësto, Hardwell, Calvin Harris, Avicii, David Guetta, and Benny Benassi. Trance heads will be happy to find Gareth Emery, Dash Berlin, and Cosmic Gate on the bill, while bass fiends will delight in the additions of Zeds Dead, Datsik, Dirtyphonics, and Liquid Stranger. Those less keen on the more commercial side of EDM will find their solace in Crosstown Rebels’ psychedelic circus, Get Lost, featuring Damian Lazarus, Jamie Jones, Art Department, and Francesca Lombardo.
Beyond Wonderland Bay Area 2013 will take place on September 28th and 29th. Purchase tickets here.Posted by
As Australians settle into winter, the country’s famed Stereosonic festival is finalizing it’s summer kickoff. The festival has just announced its 2013 lineup, bringing just under 80 acts to Sydney, Perth, Adelaide, and Melbourne for its first-ever two-day setup. David Guetta, Armin van Buuren and Calvin Harris are slated for the headliner spots while dance music elites Above & Beyond, Afrojack, Nicky Romero, Alesso and more will also grace the decks. This year the fest is as eclectic as ever bringing in Flight Facilities, Hot Natured, Jamie Jones, What So Not, and of course hometown heroes Empire of the Sun. Click below the break for the full lineup and click here for ticket information.
Dance music aficionados favorite adult sleepaway camp is set to open its gates on July 11th and, in anticipation, the event organizers have released set times. As with any announcement of this nature there is bound to be some overlap, so get scouring and resolve any set time conflicts in advance. Click below the jump for the full list of set times.
Since its inaugural year in 1999, Camp Bisco has grown into one of the East Coast’s premier festivals. While it’s admittedly less glamorous than other events of its kind, the no-frills style is much of its appeal; if you want to get down and dirty, you go to Bisco. This year the festival’s founders have again successfully wrangled an appropriate lineup for both their usual concert stages as well as their silent disco section. Some of the noteworthy bookings include Bondax, Seven Lions, and Tommy Trash. As usual, scattered among the predominately dance music focused lineup are a few outliers like Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, Toro y Moi, and Vermont jam band Twiddle. Click below the jump to check out the full stage lineup and a list of who’s performing at the silent disco.
Tickets for the festival can be purchased via the Camp Bisco website.
As the Midwest gears up for warmer temperatures, Chicago is gearing up for its first in-city fest of the season. Spring Awakening will descend on Soldier Field June 14th-16th, bringing Moby, Calvin Harris and many more to Museum Campus Drive. The festival has just released the official set times, meaning attendees can now start quibbling with friends over who to see when. If you still haven’t grabbed a ticket, single day and a few three-day passes can be purchased here.
Click below the break for the full lineup to get planning.