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Seismic Dance Event Austin 2022 Promo Code

Use promo code DISCO to get a $5 off your tickets to Seismic Dance Festival in Austin. This discount code is valid for tickets available here.

Seismic Dance Event, the south’s preeminent boutique house and techno festival, returns for its fifth iteration with a phase-one lineup that features electronic dance music’s biggest global tastemakers including Jamie xx, Fatboy Slim, Charlotte De Witte, Dixon, The Martinez Brothers, CamelPhat, Maceo Plex and more. Produced by RealMusic Events, Seismic is set to take place November 11-13 at The Concourse Project in Austin, TX.

Also sharing top billing are UK house duo Gorgon City, UK hitmaker Joel Corry, progressive house sensation Miss Monique, and enigmatic producer/DJ and Disco Inferno label owner I Hate Models. Techno will also takes front and center with many of the genre’s international torchbearers including Italian producer Enrico Sanguiliano, the darker techno alias of Oliver Heldens aka HI-LO, hybrid techno producer Kevin de Vries, Palestinian riser Sama’ Abdulhadi and more.

Art With Me Miami 2022 Promo code

Use promo code DISCO to get a 10% discount on tickets to Art With Me in Miami. This discount code is valid for all tickets – you can buy presale tickets to events at Art With Me here.

Art With Me Miami event is an international arts, music and cultural festival, offering experiences across a multitude of highly creative platforms that immerse, inspire, and activate its attendees and followers. Come take a journey and enjoy a complete experience through our six core pillars: art, music, culinary,  wellness, culture and education.

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All Day I Dream Festival SF Promo Code

Use promo code DISCO to save 15% on your tickets to All Day I Dream Festival in San Francisco. This discount code is valid for all All Day I Dream Festival events. You can buy presale tickets to events at All Day I Dream here.

All Day I Dream explores beautiful, emotional and melancholic, melodic shades of House and Techno.

All Day I Dream events began on a Brooklyn rooftop back in 2011 and have since become an international sensation. Around the world, crowds gather to become part of a community spurred on by Lee Burridge and his unique roster of artists, each bringing forward a signature technicolor emotionalism, the sort that’s all too rare in the current electronic music scene.

CRSSD Fest Day MVS XL 2021 Lineup Announced

It is with great jubilation that house and techno fans from far and wide will once again descend on Waterfront Park in San Diego on August 7 – 8 for the triumphant return of house and techno with CRSSD and their new event: DAY MVS XL. After missing out on the past year and a half due to the pandemic, their return to America’s Finest City is a welcome one and they’re doing it in style with the news surrounding this fresh two-day affair.

Joining the festivities for DAY MVS XL return to the spotlight will be none other than headliners FISHER and Lane 8, who will be joined by MK, Monolink, and Nora En Pure to round out the top line. Yet, FNGRS CRSSD has built its reputation on curating top-tier talent from every level of the lineup, and fans can expect dancefloor decadence from none other than Will Clarke, Yotto b2b Jeremy Olander, Francesca Lombardo, Luttrell, Mathame, The Sponges, and more. They’ve also teased that additional artists are still to be announced as well, so make sure to stay tuned for the latest updates.

Whether DAY MVS XL will be your first event back or just your first return to Waterfront Park, FNGRS CRSSD is sure to deliver the goods. Not only will this festival help you get back into a proper groove, but they’ve also teased that details for CRSSD Festival’s grand return are on the horizon as well. But for now, we cant wait to be grooving under the golden sunset next to the water and soaking up some rays.

Rolling Loud NYC Lineup Announced

Hip-hop and rap music festival Rolling Loud NY announced their lineup for their newly expanded three-day long even in New York City at Citi Field. Headliners include hard-hitters Travis Scott, J. Cole, and 50 Cent. Rolling Loud New York will take place October 28-30.

Other acts in the lineup include: Rick Ross, Rico Nasty, Lil Uzi Vert, City Girls, Flo Milli, Gucci Mane, Playboi Carti, and more. Performers from NYC include Joey Bada$$, Ferg, The Diplomats, Action Bronson, Young M.A., J.I., Sheck Wes, Sheff G, Sleepy Hallow, and Bizzy Banks.

The festival cancelled its in-person events through 2020, opting instead to host “Loud Streams” on Twitch, featuring live performances from Fetty Wap, Lil Skies, Ski Mask the Slump God, and Erica Banks.

Rolling Loud moves across the country, with legs in Miami and San Bernadino, California. The Rolling Loud Miami festival will be the first major music festival since the pandemic started in March 2020, kicking off July 23, with fifty thousand tickets sold long ago for the event at Hard Rock Stadium. Travis Scott will join Post Malone and A$AP Rocky in headlining Rolling Loud Miami, with other acts including Megan Thee Stallion, DaBaby, and 21 Savage. J. Cole will also headline Rolling Loud California, alongside Future and Kid Cudi, starting December 12.

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Governor’s Ball 2021 Lineup Announced

After rescheduling their annual June weekend to September 24 – 26, Governors Ball now has their complete fall bill in hand, making the move from Randall’s Island over to Citi Field for their 10th anniversary celebration.

Keeping a sizable portion of their original roster intact, Governors Ball will be bringing in three days’ worth of music for their awaited New York City return, announcing Billie Eilish, Dababy, A$AP Rocky, J Balvin, Megan Thee Stallion, RÜFÜS DU SOL, Post Malone, Ellie Goulding, and Carly Rae Jepsen, among others.

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Bass Canyon 2021 Lineup Released

From August 20 – 22, Washington’s Gorge Amphitheatre will flood with bass authorities and ascending acts alike for the 2021 installment of Excision‘s widely embraced Bass Canyon festival. 12th Planet, ATLiens, Dion Timmer, Eptic, Ray Volpe, SVDDEN DEATH, Blanke, Nurko, and many, many more have received the Bass Canyon call.

In addition to standard sets, Bass Canyon’s roster of talent features two special initiatives: a toned-down detox set from none other than Excision himself—one of Excision’s three live appearances over the weekend—and a Downlink drum ‘n’ bass set. In addition to Excision’s detox set, fans can look forward to the don’s standard bass-heavy solo set as well as a back-to-back with Illenium. Tickets and camping passes are available here.

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EDC To Return to Las Vegas in May 2021

Insomniac founder and CEO Pasquale Rotella has confirmed that EDC Las Vegas will move forward with its planned May 2021 dates.

Sharing a number of cryptic countdown videos that were tantamount to torture for EDC fans, Rotella eventually announced the news in a triumphant Instagram post.

“Electric Daisy Carnival is finally on the horizon. There were times during the pandemic when many of us lost hope,” Rotella wrote. “We were challenged to learn & listen to our hearts & trust that the storm would eventually pass, making way for a bright & sunny future for those in our community & around the world.”

“With the world being shutdown for over a year, I’m happy to announce we’re on our way to being able to celebrate in person,” he continued. “Book your flights, hotels & shuttles — EDC Las Vegas is on for May 21+22+23!”

The news arrives after a tumultuous 24 hours for the festival, which the promoter expects to attract 200,000 people over the course of its three days, May 21-23.

After Live Nation posted a slew of EDC Las Vegas-specific job listings including the phrase, “Travel required in May,” many fans believed they had the smoking gun they needed to start planning for spring. Those plans were then marred by the news that the Nevada Department of Business and Industry went on to reject Insomniac’s robust safety plan.

However, it now seems the company was able to submit a revised proposal and secure the approval of state officials. “We are moving forward as planned & will be working closely with local & state officials to make the show as safe as possible,” Rotella’s statement continued, also noting that fans “can expect the full EDC experience with no details spared.”

The scope of the festival’s COVID-19 plan is not yet publicly known, but Rotella’s post says that more details on safety protocols and the lineup “will be shared soon.”

Insomniac’s initial proposal noted that the 2021 edition of EDC Las Vegas “will not rely on social distancing as its method for health safety.” In lieu of social distancing, attendees and staff members would either have to be vaccinated or able to produce a negative COVID-19 test onsite.

The preliminary proposal also revealed that organizers are also considering the deployment of COVID-19 scent detection canines, pending the results of ongoing studies of their effectiveness. If deemed effective, Insomniac is planning to place the dogs at all of the entrances of the Las Vegas Motor Speedway to search attendees. However, it’s important to note that the revised proposal may look vastly different.

Festive Owl, who claims to have spoken with “verified sources,” reports that if the festival’s capacity is reduced to 50% to adhere to Nevada’s COVID-19 ordinance, EDC Las Vegas “will be split over two weekends.” However, we don’t currently have any info on the capacity limits or whether there will be an additional weekend.

Coachella 2021 Cancelled; to Return in 2022

The next iteration of Coachella will be held in April of 2022, according to insight from “two industry sources with knowledge of the situation,” Variety reports. Notably, representatives for Goldenvoice (Coachella’s promoter) and AEG Presents (its parent company) either declined to respond or did not reply to Variety‘s requests for comment. If the Indio Valley affair is indeed making the move to April 2022, Stagecoach, which traditionally takes place the weekend after Coachella, will likely follow suit, Variety reports. At present, Coachella organizers have not responded to the claim that the festival will be postponed to 2022.

In January, Coachella officials announced that the event’s April 2021 dates—April 9 – 11 and 16 – 18—were cancelled, marking the third time in less than one year that the festival was forced to postpone due to COVID-19-related health concerns. Speculation swirled that Coachella would push its 2021 installment to October, though no Coachella affiliates confirmed the supposed plan for a fall relocation.

Bonnaroo Officially Postponed to Sept 2021

Bonnaroo organizers have postponed the festival’s dates for a third time in response to COVID-19.

Originally scheduled for mid-June of 2021, Bonnaroo will now take place from September 2 – 5, 2021. Bonnaroo coordinators have assured ticket-holders that refunds will be allotted to those who do not wish to roll over their passes for the rescheduled dates.

Excitingly, the new dates will be in accordance with the festival’s 20th anniversary. More information on Bonnaroo 2021’s lineup and camping details are to come.