A few days ago, trance fans in Los Angeles were greeted to a welcome surprise. According to multiple sources, clubbers found fliers on the street announcing Insomniac Event’s newest festival, Dreamstate. According to the flier, the festival will be entirely dedicated to trance music; this is the first time Insomniac has ever catered to the genre in such a way.
Furthermore, it seems the event producer has chosen to go the route of raves happening in the early ’90s and early 2000′s — no official announcement has been made on the company website, and it seems the only solid proof that the festival is real came from a posting by Motive Events on Facebook.
The festival will take place somewhere in Southern California for two days right after Thanksgiving. Obviously, the lineup remains to be seen. Considering Insomniac’s more recent trance lineups have featured an array of artists from across the trance spectrum, fans are speculating it will more than likely be satisfactory for everyone. The fact alone that Insomniac is throwing a festival with a purely trance lineup is huge; such festivals are rarely seen outside of Europe or some parts of South America.
Stay tuned for more development on what will hopefully be an incredible new festival!
Electric Adventure is an annual multi-day, culture event that takes place Saturday, August 1st and Sunday, August 2nd on the beach at Atlantic City, New Jersey. This marks the 4th year of Electric Adventure and is promised to have an entire new experience lighting up the beach in Atlantic City. Electric Adventure expands to 5 stages and will feature the biggest and most diverse lineup ever. Electric Adventure will also feature interactive art installations, beach volleyball, water slides, VIP platforms, food, drinks, and much more. Electric Adventure is a rain or shine event that is promised to be an epic experience for all that attends.
The Electric Adventure music festival will feature more than 100 performers where you will hear mainstream Electronic Dance Music along with hip-hop, house, trance, and other music genres. Throughout the weekend, pre- and after- parties are planned in multiple venues near the festival site that you won’t want to miss out on. Some of the lineup includes Dillon Francis, G-Eazy, Pretty Lights, Machine Gun Kelly, UZ, A-Trak, 3Lau, Kid Ink, Bingo Players and many, many more. EDM looks to make its biggest mark ever this summer in Atlantic City as the resort is already hosting BeachGlow on June 27th on the Albany Avenue beach. Don’t miss out on what is being billed as the East Coast’s largest oceanfront outdoor music festival. Be sure to get your tickets now before they are sold out!