5 Bass Acts You Can’t Miss at EDC Las Vegas

Electric Daisy Carnival returns to the Las Vegas Motor Speedway June 17-19. Just as EDC has done in past years, the lineup provides the best of every facet of electronic music. From the bassPOD to the kineticFIELD to the neonGarden, attendees will be able to experience the best of electronic music, stage visuals, carnival rides and art installations.

5 Acts You Can’t Miss at Mysteryland USA

Mysteryland was founded in 1993 and is the world’s longest running electronic music, culture, and arts festival. Now entering it’s third year in the States, Mysteryland USA is currently held at the site of the legendary 1969 Woodstock festival. This year the festival is happening June 10-13 and is featuring over 90 musical acts.

5 Acts You Can’t Miss at Governors Ball

Governors Ball is a 3-day music festival that takes place on Randall’s Island in New York. Since its inception in 2011, Governors Ball has become a festival favorite among locals and visitors due to the eclectic lineup and beautiful views of the New York skyline as the backdrop. Keep reading for our top 5 acts you can’t miss this weekend.

Mysteryland USA Gears Up For Its Third Run

Upholding the title as The Netherland’s longest standing music festival, Mysteryland was truly the first of its kind when its inaugural event took place in 1993. It wasn’t until over a decade later, however, that the ID&T-assisted event opted for a two-day experience in 2014, and ever since, the franchise has gone on to reign supreme as one of the world’s premier EDM festivals.

5 Acts You Can’t Miss at Audio on the Bay

It seems that every year more and more electronic festivals happen over the holiday weekend. This Memorial Day Weekend, Audio on the Bay returns to the Craneway Pavilion in Richmond, California. This Bay Area Insomniac festival, which started in 2014, features talent such as Chris Lake, Flux Pavilion, and Excision. Keep reading for our top 5 acts you can’t miss this weekend.

5 Acts You Can’t Miss at Hangout Music Festival

Alabama’s beachfront spring festival, Hangout Music Festival, joined the festival circuit seven years ago and hasn’t looked back since. The rejuvenating, three-day escape brought to the state’s Gulf Shores a cultural and artistic experience that opened doors and set new standards for the Southeast.