Boo! Seattle 2021 Lineup Announced

Things are about to get spooky up in Seattle this October as Insomniac Events is set to bring BOO! Halloween to the city for its debut edition. Set to take place on October 29-30 at the WAMU Theater, BOO! Seattle might be the newest in the series but is already beginning to pack quite a punch with a stacked lineup of house and bass artists in tow.

Those attending the two-day affair will be treated to shuffle-inducing house beats from the likes of KaskadeTchami, Don Diablo, J. Worra, Nora En PureFISHER, while the techno sounds from Kill Script will surely be the talk of the town. Then, on the bass front there are a plethora of legends and rising stars alike such as Rusko, Delta Heavy, Barely Alive, NGHTMRE, William Black, SubDocta, and Oddprophet who will all surely have everyone headbanging their Halloween away during their sets.

There will be three stages at the event, as well as festival rides to and their signature production as well to make the two nights even more immersive. Tickets for the debut edition begin at $119 (+ tax and fees) for GA, while VIP starts at $219 (+ tax and fees) but also gives access to exclusive areas, an expedited festival entrance, complimentary phone charing stations, a Bewitched Beauty Bar, and plenty more.

GA and VIP tickets for BOO! Seattle 2021 go on sale Thursday, August 12 at 11am PT. Tickets for Boo Seattle available here!

BOO! Halloween Seattle 2021 – Full Lineup

  • Barely Alive
  • Bleu Clair
  • Blossom
  • Delta Heavy
  • Dirtyphonics
  • Don Diablo
  • Dr. Fresch
  • Ekali
  • Fiin
  • Habstrakt
  • J. Worra
  • Kaskade
  • Killscript
  • Kyle Watson
  • Nitti Gritti
  • Nora En Pure
  • Oddprophet
  • Rossy
  • Rusko
  • SubDocta
  • Tchami
  • Timmy Trumpet
  • TroyBoi
  • Valentino Khan
  • William Black

Dreamstate Socal 2021 Lineup Announced

As with many festivals, the 2020 edition of the beloved Dreamstate SoCal cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Thankfully, this year festivals are back in full swing and Dreamstate SoCal is no exception! Dreamers and trance families from around the world have been waiting with bated breath to travel to the largest trance festival in North America. Finally, they will reunite at the NOS Events Center on November 19-20 for a weekend that is sure to be memorable as Dreamstate celebrates its 6th edition.

After teasing the lineup over the past few days, the wait is finally over as the full 2021 lineup was released, delivering an eclectic mix of artists from around the globe. Major artists in the scene like Above & Beyond, ALPHA9, Ferry Corsten, Gareth Emery, Aly & Fila, Andrew Rayel, Paul van Dyk, and Andrew Bayer are among the final artists announced, along with live shows from HALIENE and Elysian that will surely tug at heartstrings.

The remaining tickets for Dreamstate SoCal 2021 go on sale Wednesday, July 7 at 12pm PT via their website. Make sure to sign up by 11:59pm PT on July 5 for priority access!

Dreamstate Socal 2021 Full Lineup Below:

  • Ace Ventura
  • Alchimyst
  • Allen Watts
  • Alpha Portal
  • ALPHA9
  • Aly & Fila
  • Andrew Bayer
  • Andrew Rayel
  • Animato
  • Astrix
  • Audien Presents Hindsight
  • Billy Gillies
  • Blastoyz
  • Bryan Kearney
  • BT
  • Captain Hook
  • Coexist
  • Craig Connelly
  • Darude
  • David Forbes
  • Dezza
  • DJ Adam Scott
  • Eitan Reiter
  • Elysian (Live)
  • Estiva
  • Fehrplay
  • Ferry Corsten Presents Gouryella
  • Ferry Tayle
  • Gabriel & Dresden
  • Gareth Emery
  • Genix
  • Giuseppe Ottaviani Live 3.0
  • Grum
  • GVX
  • HALIENE (Live)
  • Ilan Bluestone
  • Infected Mushroom
  • Jaytech
  • Jerome Isma-ae
  • Jorn van Deynhoven
  • Jorza
  • Kai Tracid
  • Khromata
  • Liquid Soul
  • Marco V
  • Matt Fax
  • Mauro Picotto
  • Morten Granau
  • Myon
  • Nicholson
  • Nifra
  • Out Of Orbit
  • Paul Denton
  • Paul van Dyk
  • Reality Test
  • Renegade System
  • Richard Durand
  • Roger Shah
  • Sasi
  • Scot Project
  • Solarstone
  • Sunny Lax
  • Suzy Solar
  • Talla 2XLC
  • Temp Giusto
  • The Thrillseekers
  • Vini Vici
  • Whiteno1se
  • Will Rees
  • Xijaro & Pitch
  • Yoji Biomehanika

Escape Halloween 2021 Lineup Announced

We’re 117 days away from the most wonderful time of year, Halloween – and Insomniac is ready to turn our fears into a reality for two glorious days with the help of the Witch Doctor and his terrorizing circus at Escape Halloween. Set to take place October 29-30 at the NOS Events Center in San Bernardino, the 10th edition of this renowned festival will allow those who enter the gates to immerse themselves in the thrill of the horror and supernatural production elements while also catching some stunning sets along the way.

While Halloween might still be a few months away, Insomniac is getting everyone prepped for the season with the release of their stunning lineup and a spine-chilling trailer for Escape Halloween. This year’s edition of the festival is packed with talent from a wide range of genres and styles, with some heavy hitters like DJ SnakeZedd, ChainsmokersGreen Velvet, and BAAUER set to take the stage.

Bass artists include Sullivan King, Dack Janiels, and a b2b featuring Doctor P and Funtcase. House and techno lovers will be delighted to hear that Adam Beyer is bringing his Drumcode showcase to the festival which is set to feature performances from Ben Klock, Ida Enberg, Layton Giordani, and Cirez D.

Escape Halloween 2021 Full Lineup:

  • Adam Beyer presents Drumcode
  • Anna Lunoe
  • Avision
  • Baauer
  • Ben Klock
  • Benny Benassi
  • Bioweapon
  • Black Sun Empire
  • Carlo Lio
  • The Chainsmokers
  • Cirez D
  • Dabin
  • Dack Janiels
  • DJ Adam Auburn
  • DJ Isaac
  • DJ Snake
  • Doctor P b2b Funtcase
  • Ekali
  • Elephante
  • Eric Prydz
  • Gammer HD
  • Ganja White Night
  • Green Velvet
  • Gryffin (DJ Set)
  • Henry Fong
  • Ida Engberg
  • Jauz
  • Junkie Kid
  • Lady Faith
  • Layton Giordani
  • Loco Dice b2b Nicole Moudaber
  • LondonBridge
  • Loud Luxury
  • Lucati
  • Lucii
  • Machinedrum b2b Holly
  • Mad Dog
  • Mersiv
  • Mrotek
  • Nightfunk
  • Partywithray
  • Playboi Carti
  • Ranger Trucco
  • Shmitty
  • Sonny Fodera
  • Soren
  • Sullivan King
  • Tchami
  • Toneshifterz
  • Trampa
  • Vampa
  • Vintage Culture
  • Will Clarke
  • William Black
  • Zedd
  • Zomboy
austin city limits lineup 2021

Austin City Limits Lineups Released

October in Austin, Texas is a magical time. While most of the country endures the early signs of winter, locals and tourists alike can be found soaking up the sun and enjoying the warm –but not too warm– temperatures. Now, after a year of absence, that wonderful weather will be accompanied by live music as Austin City Limits is set to return to Zilker Park for two weekends, October 1-3 and October 8-10.

Known for both its music and food, Austin City Limits has become a perfect representation of its hometown. It’s quickly earned a reputation as one of America’s most exciting festivals, as 450,000 flocked to Austin for the 2019 edition. This year’s lineup is sure to draw a similar crowd, as it boasts headliners including George Strait, Billie Eilish, Stevie Nicks, Miley Cyrus, Rüfüs Du Sol, DaBaby, and Erykah Badu.

Dance music lovers can rejoice as Chris Lake, Lane 8, Alison Wonderland, and Chanel Tres will also be playing both weekends to get dancefloors moving and grooving. Other standouts including Megan Thee Stallion, Machine Gun Kelly, Doja Cat, Modest Mouse, Marc Rebillet, Phoebe Bridgers, and Greta Van Fleet have also found a home on the lineup for both weekends as well.

Unlike other festivals, ACL has two distinct lineups for each weekend with their own standouts in each. The first weekend will see artists like St. Vincent, Chet Faker, Tanya Tucker, Asleep At The Wheel, Mob Rich, and Joy Oladakun, to name a few. On the second weekend, other artists ranging from Madeon and LP Giobbi to Trixie Mattel and Hinds will be taking the stage to help bring the festival to a close.

Lollapalooza 2021 Lineup Released

Post Malone, Tyler the Creator, Miley Cyrus and The Foo Fighters will be among the headliners when Lollapalooza returns to Grant Park for its 30th anniversary July 29-August 1. The festival returns at full capacity after a year away due to the still-ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Attendees at this year’s festival must be fully vaccinated or provide a negative COVID-19 test obtained within 24 hours of each festival day.

Other returning acts include Illenium, Marshmello and Dababy. Roddy Ricch, who had a major 2020 despite the pandemic (thanks in no small part to TikTok) is a notable performer set to please the crowds who missed out on seeing him live last year. Three-time Grammy winner Megan Thee Stallion makes her Lolla debut this year after exploding into the mainstream with hits like “Savage” and “WAP.” Her appearance is much-welcomed after a lack of female headliners in years past.

Ten years after they played a now-classic rainy set at the festival, perennial rockers The Foo Fighters return to the Lolla stage. Much beloved, their unsurprising appearance is another reminder of the middling state of mainstream rock ’n’ roll. Whereas the festival’s pop, hip hop and electronic headliners continue to represent a crop of performers hand picked off the top of the Billboard Hot 100 charts, the rock acts often fall into the throwback vein.

According to Mayor Lori Lightfoot’s office, additional details on the festival and its entry process will be released in early July. The festival announced more than 165 bands and artists Wednesday. Four-day passes begin at $350 and go on sale at at noon Wednesday, while one-day tickets have not yet been announced or on sale. Typically, Lollapalooza waits until four-day passes are sold out to announce the day-by-day lineup and put single-day tickets on sale.

The full lineup:

Foo Fighters, Post Malone, Tyler the Creator, Miley Cyrus, Dababy, Marshmello, Illenium, Journey, Megan Thee Stallion, Roddy Ricch, Kaytranada, Brockhampton, Playboi Carti, Young Thug, Limp Bizkit, Modest Mouse, Jack Harlow, Polo G, Trippie Redd, $uicideboy$, Alison Wonderland, Slander, Steve Aoki, Brittany Howard, Band of Horses, Jimmy Eat World, Dermot Kennedy, Young the Giant, Lauv, Giveon, Angels & Airwaves, Iann Dior, Saint Jhn, All Time Low, Mt. Joy, Marc Rebillet, Whitney, Dominic Fike, Surfaces, Tchami, Jauz, Freddie Gibbs, The Front Bottoms, Big Wild, Kim Petras, Yellow Claw, Subtronics, Oliver Heldens, Cash Cash, Oliver Tree, Omar Apollo, Ashe, LP, Arizona Zervas, Tate McCrae, Earthgang, Rico Nasty, Jpegmafia, Jacob Banks, White Reaper, Peekaboo, Olivia O’Brien, Orville Peck, Princess Nokia, Cautious Clay, Dayglow, Trevor Daniel, Flo Milli, Bia, Flipp Dinero, TNGHT, AG Club, Boy Pablo, Elohim, Cam, Slowthai, Mick Jenkins, Tobi Lou, Drama, Grandson, Cavetown, Toosii, MXMTOON, Noga Erez, Sullivan King, Dabin, Saymyname, Riot Ten, Lost Kings, Dombresky, Wooli, RMR, Ed Maverick, MAX, Hinds, Porches, Emotional Oranges, Black Pistol Fire, Peach Tree Rascals, Elderbrook, JXDN, Jessia, Dr. Reach, Cannons, Vintage Culture, Gus Dapperton, Jawny, Sir Chloe, LP Giobbi, CID, The Backseat Lovers, Clever, Goth Babe, Michigander, Tai Verdes, William Black, Rookie, Justin Jay, Almost Monday, Ant Clemons, Chiiild, Joy Oladokun, Night Lovell, Aly & AJ, Chomppa, Vnssa, Level Up, Blossom, Laundry Day, Moby Rich, Njomza, Sophie Cates, NEZ, Sebastian Paul, Brownies & Lemonade All Stars, Ant Saunders, Rence, Kid Quill, Contradash, Mothica, Absofacto, Riz La Vie, Lauren Sanderson, Kenny Mason, Phem, Sofia Valdez, Serena Isioma, Taylor Janzen, Payday, Christian French, Jac Ross, Radkey, Jake Wesley Rogers, Sarah Barrios, Neal Francis, Sa-Roc, Charm La’Donna, Moore Kismet, Julian Lamadrid, Shy Carter, Hoko, Elephant Heart, Migrant Motel, Ottto, The Aquadolls, Jake Duby.

Summer Smash Festival Announces 2021 Lineup

Summer Smash Festival, the premier hip-hop music festival in the Midwest, is proud to announce the music festival will return on Friday, August 20 through Sunday, August 22 to Chicago, Illinois. Tickets now on sale!

Summer Smash is expanding to three days this August due to overwhelming demand from fans. The 2019 festival last played host to over 40,000 total attendees across the two-day event.

The Summer Smash is known for its meticulously curated music lineup that features some of the most sought-after hip-hop music acts in the country alongside exciting up-and-coming emcees, with 2021 being no different as over 80 of today’s hottest artists are confirmed to perform. This year’s festival kicks off on Friday, August 20 with a headlining performance with NYC’s very own Grammy Award-nominated rapper/actor A$AP Rocky, who continues to prepare for the forthcoming release of his next highly-anticipated album following 2018’s Testing. Additional notable Day 1 performances include Lil Yachty, Lil Tecca, Swae Lee (of Rae Sremmurd), Mulatto, Lil Skies, Yung Bans, Xavier Wulf, and BENNETT, among others.

For the following day, Saturday’s headliners include none other than Atlanta-native Lil Baby, who has become one of today’s biggest hip-hop acts as he was not only nominated at this year’s Grammy Awards for his smash hit “The Bigger Picture”, but was also named as Apple Music’s “Artist of the Year 2020”. Other acts set to grace the Summer Smash stage include a mix of past festival performers alongside exciting newcomers like Gunna, Ski Mask the Slump God, Baby Keem, City Girls, Earl Sweatshirt, Coi Leray, Blueface, and MadeinTYO.

Day 3 wraps up with a headlining performance from Lil Uzi Vert, who continues to ride high following last year’s critically acclaimed project, Eternal Atake, that reached No. 1 on the Billboard 200 album charts upon its release. Plus acts like Carnage, 24kGoldn, The Kid Laroi, Young M.A., NLE Choppa, Benny The Butcher, $not, Lucki, Sofaygo, and Pi’erre Bourne will help keep the energy high throughout the three-day fest.

Three-day GA passes are available for purchase now at, starting at $260. VIP packages are also available.

Full lineup below:

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.

Full lineup below: