Kaskade just announced his REDUX 003 2019Tour!! Kaskade will be hitting 14 lucky cities, so hurry and get your tickets… we know they sale out faster than Kim Kardashian-West makeup! Sign up at KaskadeMusic.com for early access to tickets at the city of your choice.
Following “Obsessions” and the announcement of his sophomore EP coming August 16th, house music prodigy Dillon Nathaniel has released the second track from the EP, “Mind Sensation” with the UK-based electronic duo Jack Beats today. The collaboration is a match made in dance floor heaven, with Nathaniel lending the track its house-y quality and skittering percussion, and Jack Beats bringing their signature hard-hitting elastic basslines and massive drops. Listen below:
R3HAB continues this summer’s hot streak by teaming up with Israeli psytrance duo Vini Vici for “Alive” ft. Pangea & Dego, fusing two considerably different styles to make arguably one of the most unique and dancefloor-friendly sounds of the summer. “Alive” delivers both R3HAB’s meticulous and upbeat melodies and the driving, heavy-hitting pulse of Vini Vicis’s psytrance basslines. Topping it all off with inspiring vocals makes the new track a bonafide festival anthem, and after watching the accompanying music video, it’s clear that was the artists’ intention. Find out what else happens in the music video and prepare to “live like you’re never gonna die.” “Alive” follows R3HAB’s “Don’t Give Up On Me” with Julie Bergan, “This Is How We Party” with Icona Pop, and “All Around The World” with A Touch of Class, which has been added to Spotify’s biggest playlist “Today’s Top Hits” and is getting closer and closer to surpass 100M streams on the platform. Listen here:
Three power houses of music collide and create an iconic track ideal for all forms of raging!
Dillon Francis and Alison Wonderland’s ethereal banger ‘Lost My Mind’ released earlier this year gets a bass driven remix by festival mainstay, NGHTMRE. This epic trifecta brings together some of the electronic scene’s most formidableartists, resulting in a hype tune guaranteed to be blasting through your speakers for the rest of the summer.
North Coast is celebrating turning 10 with a new location, new vibes, new look, AND I couldn’t be more excited. Over its decade, North Coast has shown the city of Chicago the perfect blend of music genres in one space. Not to mention that as the festival grew in popularity, it also grew in respect. The crowd, per my experience, loves and cares of each other and the city. As we approach the 10 year celebration of North Coast, here are the things you you need to know:
North Coast Music Festival 2019 Location & Hours:
Address: Huntington Bank Pavilion at Northerly Island 1300 S Linn White Dr Chicago, IL 60605
Festival Hours: Friday, August 30th, 2019: 2:30 PM – 11:00 PM Saturday, August 31st, 2019: 2:30 PM – 11:00 PM
How To Get To North Coast Music Festival 2019:
New location, same means of getting there. NCMF provides detail information on how to get to their new location here. With the comfort of Chicago’s public transportation, coming and going will be incredibly convenient.
For more info on Chicago Public Transportation and CTA passes click here.
Other ways to get to the festival:
Bike: Guests riding their bikes to the venue will be able to chain their bikes at the Bike Corral, located on the corner of Solidarity Drive and Linn White Drive.
Parking: is not included with any North Coast Music Festival ticket. There are several parking options close venue. Adler Lot – $50 Closest lot to the venue, with a limited amount of available parking for oversized vehicles Friday only. Parking in this lot must be prepaid. East Museum Lot – $35 Second closest lot to the venue with a limited amount of available parking for standard sized vehicles only. Soldier Field North Garage – $30 Enclosed parking garage for standard sized vehicles only. Tailgating of any kind is not permitted within this parking facility. Waldron Deck – $30 Located immediately south of Soldier Field and is for standard sized vehicles only. South Lot – $30 Located just south of the Waldron Deck and Soldier Field, this is available for over-sized and standard sized vehicles.
North Coast Music Festival 2019 #1 Rule to Follow:
HAVE FUN!!! We’re celebrating 10 years of music and love. So grab your favorite people, throw on your festival gear on and dance!!
O👏🏽M👏🏽G!!!!!! I’m literally tearing up with joy!!!
6 years of Ultra music festivals under my belt. The experience is always amazing. The vibe, the music, the people, and the place. This last year, 2019, Ultra celebrated 21 years in a new location, Virginia Key. Altho the festivities went on without trouble, transportation was a bit of a mess… Now, come on, it was not all on organizers. We have to be realistic, for the limitations the location had, Ultra did a great job at accommodating and keeping the traffic moving.
The negative news headlines came from angry festival goers that couldn’t patiently wait for their ride… also, these inpatient ravers, decide to walk the couple of miles (we walk more around our jobs in an 8-hour shift) on the two lane bridge (while intoxicated – lets be for real). Thus, creating more traffic for moving cars and eventually causing an accident.
This wasn’t Ultra’s fault. This wasn’t the cities fault. This wasn’t even the locations fault. But that’s not what people wanted to read or see… there for, the news published what they did and festival goers ate it up… Now, all the positive efforts and planning and FREE services for goers went unnoticed and un-pressed.
The good news is that Ultra is coming home. Back to its downtown location and I couldn’t be more happy. I’m incredibly excited to see what they will bring to us next year and I can’t wait to create more memories with all the UMF fans!!
Monster Energy is thrilled to announce American DJ Elephante as the headliner for its Fall 2019 Up & Up College Festival series. The four colleges that generate the highest pre-sales in 48-hours will bring the headlining artist to perform at their college towns.
Elephante (Tim Wu) has spent the past few years wowing audiences at major music festivals across the country (including EDC Las Vegas, Electric Zoo, and Hangout Fest) and amassing hundreds of millions of streams worldwide. The Ann Arbor, Michigan-raised, classically-trained pianist and singer-songwriter initially took a desk job before embracing the “Elephant in the room” and leaving office work behind forever to pursue a career in music. His two independent EPs, I Am the Elephante (2016) and Glass Mansion (2018) have won him international acclaim as a groundbreaking presence among dance music producers.
The Up & Up College Festival series first kicked off in 2016 as an electrifying competition that pits colleges against each other in a 48-hour guerrilla campaign to sell the largest number of pre-sales. Each season, student influencers at participating schools create teams and work over two days to motivate their student bodies to pre-order reasonably priced tickets. Top-selling schools win the competition and bring a popular headlining artist to perform at or near their campus. Since its inception, the Up & Up College Festival series has become one of the fastest-growing music properties in college communities across the US.
Washington State and Wake Forest won the 2016 competition, bringing Cash Cash to their schools’ festivals. In the fall of 2017, students at San Jose State, UC Davis, Washington State University, and UT-Austin partied at a performance by DJ/Producer Alan Walker. San Jose State, UC Davis, and UC Santa Barbara battled hard and won the spring 2018 pre-sale contest and brought GRYFFIN to their campus Up & Up College Festivals. Meanwhile, Dayton, San Jose, Lehigh, Ohio Oxford, and Bryant brought Two Friends to their campuses in the fall of 2018. This past Spring semester had Slushii visit Penn State, Alabama, JMU, UNC Wilmington, Iowa and WSU.
The Up & Up Festival Series competition utilizes an innovative ticket sales concept that only charges the credit cards of purchasers should their college win. In addition to bringing trending artists to winning campuses, the the competition is a positive way to bring student bodies together, foster leadership, and spark interest in/provide access to future jobs in the music industry.
“I’m pumped to be a part of the Monster Energy Up & Up Festival!” said Elephante. “I cut my touring teeth on a lot of college shows, so to be able to come back now on such a bigger scale after all these years feels very full circle. Some of the best times of my life were going to shows like this in school, so I can’t wait to bring it back and turn campuses into a zoo for the night.”
Monster Energy will unveil the colleges competing in this fall’s event on August 26, and the 48-hour competition will go live on September 10. The Up & Up College Festivals for this fall’s four winning campuses will take place in October and November.
To learn more about the Monster Energy Up & Up Festival, visit https://upandupfestival.com/.
Organizers for Mamby On The Beach are saddened to announce that the 2019 festival has been cancelled due to circumstances beyond their control. These unforeseen issues include significantly higher than average waters of Lake Michigan eliminating the beach portion of the festival’s intended site. Additionally, the original footprint was affected by the presence of Great Lakes Piping Plover shorebirds, a federally protected species.
Despite working tirelessly with the Chicago Park District and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Services to find a new location, moving the festival at this late a date, while still providing a superior beach event experience, would be impossible and a disservice to fans and artists alike.
Next week, See Tickets will be automatically refunding all online orders in full back to the card used at checkout. Please allow 5-10 business days post the actual refund date for the funds to be credited to your account. Feel free to contact See Tickets US (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you have not received your refund AFTER allowing for those 5-10 business day processing period.
Jam Productions and React Presents give thanks to attendees, fans, and the Chicago community for their understanding and ongoing support.
Never fear Mamby fans, React Presents & Jam Productions always treat their fans with respect and fairly… As much as we’re sad to not celebrate on the beach with everyone, we know their future plans will be greater and amazing!
Who doesn’t love a good Adam Beyer remix?! Anything from him really! The underground techno sensation takes Monolink’s ‘Black Day’ (which already was an amazing track) and adds his iconic musical touch to create, yet another, techno must-play track!
Assure to go on the classic Drumcode journey with this remix! Buy or play the track here!