REZZ, Madeon, Two Friends, Elephante comprise first phase of 2019 Clubhouse Festival lineup

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The Stronach Group, The Maryland Jockey Club, and Club Glow evince the power inherent in collaboration via their presentation of the first phase of the 2019 Clubhouse Festival lineup. Jointly produced by the three entities, the event’s second annual installment touts the artistic trappings of a strong sequel to Clubhouse’s inaugural edition: REZZ, Madeon, Two Friends, and Elephante.

The electronic talent that Clubhouse features, however, will be but one component of the festival. Clubhouse 2019 will concurrently host the Maryland Million when it returns to Laurel Park race track on October 19. With a one-day stakes card offering purses totaling one-million USD, the Maryland Million showcases nominated stallions in the state in a thoroughbred horse race. This facet alone distinguishes Clubhouse as the sole event to merge horse racing with a music festival in the region.

“We’re excited to bring Clubhouse Festival back for the second year as part of the Maryland Million Day. Building on the success of last year, Clubhouse Fest is back to combine world-class racing with an elevated entertainment experience featuring the best in music and brand new immersive food and beverage offerings.”

Jimmy Vargas, Executive Vice President, Entertainment, The Stronach Group

Clubhouse Festival will additionally cater to craft beer enthusiasts via the introduction of its Beats & Brews Greenhouse, stocked with a selection of Maryland’s top craft brews. Those who are 21 years of age and older will have the opportunity to take part in unlimited beer tastings, while enjoying expedited entry through a dedicated admission lane, private charging stations, air-conditioned VIP bathrooms, a premium stage viewing area, and a private VIP viewing area dedicated to the Maryland Million race day action, among other amenities.

Tickets to Clubhouse Festival’s second iteration are now on sale, and can be purchased here.

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Steve Aoki, deadmau5, and more set to headline new Maryland-based Clubhouse Festival

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Club Glow, the longest-running electronic dance music promotion company in Washington D.C., has partnered with The Stronach Group to bring Clubhouse Festival to the state of Maryland. Held at Laurel Park Racetrack, Clubhouse is the first of its kind, as festival-goers will be able to experience Maryland Million race day while dancing to their favorite beats.

Club Glow are also partners of the recently held Moonrise Festival in Baltimore, held at Pimlico Race Track (home of the Preakness Stakes). And, while it’s not for the Triple Crown, the Maryland Million ranks second in the state in terms of thoroughbred horse racing.

Headliners include deadmau5 and Steve Aoki, with support from Lost Kings, Wifisfuneral, and more, which 10,000 guests can enjoy in addition to a track-side view of the famous horse race.

Tickets can be found here and are set to go on sale Friday, Aug. 24 at 12pm EST.