At the tender age of four, HARD Events said good-bye to one of its most popular festivals, Day of the Dead. Buried six-feet under the earth and grieved by many, the Southern California event was in its infancy, yet showed many signs of promise and many hoped for a long life ahead. Tragically, the festival
Over the weekend, the social media accounts of Insomniac’s 5th annual Countdown New Year’s Eve festival revealed the lineup for its upcoming bash. However, the lineup was meant to be decoded (and some clever fans were able to figure out the roster) from some alien language since their translator was broken. Well, the codes have
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Insomniac has debuted a complete overhaul of its celebratory year’s end festival, Countdown New Year’s Eve. Having tested out a two-day format for 2016 and 2017, the event is reverting back to a single-day bash and will take place on December 31st, 2018, returning to the NOS Events Center in San Bernardino. Along with the
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Residents of Southern California have been invited for a one-of-a-kind New Year’s Eve gathering alongside the coast with ILLENIUM. Touching down in Huntington beach, fans of melodic strains bass can watch one of the genre’s greatest new talents output an unforgettable set that will start 2019 off on a good note. A to-be-announced special guest will be joining in on the festivities, which are organized by The Phantom PRJKT
Organizers of this party — which will also be all-white themed to amplify the atmosphere — made sure attendees are set with everything they need to ensure an ideal experience. Chilly temperatures come to mind when thinking about the beach at winter; however, the weather is no match for the heated tent or the non-stop movement that will inevitably occur at the hands of ILLENIUM and his co-performer. This ensures utmost enjoyment of the music, pleasantly set in a scenic beach backdrop.
After a brief hiatus, Insomniac is bringing back Audiotistic to Southern California. The genre-bending festival will take place on Saturday, December 29th, 2018 at the NOS Events Center in San Bernardino. The single-day event will feature two stages and include names from genres like house, techno, dubstep, and hip-hop. Names like Flosstradamus b2b 4B, Porter
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It’s a real estate agent’s hymn, a mission statement, and a mantra for all to follow: Location, location, location. As the number one rule in real estate, location is key and that phrase doesn’t just belong in the minds of brokers. For decades now, the rave scene has been a haven for lovers of dance
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Unsurprisingly, over six months in advance, the eternally trendy Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival is already garnering a swarm of rumors regarding its 2019 headliners.
The scoop comes from HITS Daily Double, as the outlet recently reported via anonymous, “informed sources” that the imminent installment (set to run April 12-21) will house headlining performances from Childish Gambino (Friday), Justin Timberlake (Saturday), and Kanye West (Sunday). The artists themselves have yet to comment on these claims.
Coachella 2018 proved particularly eventful, with notable performances from both Beyonce, who brought with her over 100 dancers onstage during her headlining set—in addition to a cameo from husband Jay-Z—and Whethan, the 19-year-old Boy Wonder of EDM, who personally flew out the yodeling boy internet sensation for a special guest performance, which quickly went viral on a sundry of social media channels.
Via: HITS Daily Double
A potentially transformative bill for California’s nightlife industry was vetoed on September 28 by Governor Jerry Brown. The “Let Our Communities Adjust Late Night Act” would have extended last call by two hours in nine cities across the state, offering individual areas control over curfews and closing times. Spearheaded by state Senator Scott Weiner, the bill cited the importance of California’s nightlife culture and economy and the limits that statewide regulations placed on them as the key factors.
Originally proposed in February of 2017, the act had already passed through the senate, reaching the last step on the Governors desk. It turns out final stop was the bill’s last. “Without question, these two extra hours will result in more drinking,” Brown wrote in his veto message. “California’s laws regulating late night drinking have been on the books since 1913. I believe we have enough mischief from midnight to two without adding two more hours of mayhem.” The state’s nightlife industry has been a key contributor to its economy for decades, but the 2:00am curfew is often mentioned as a considerable downside compared to New York City’s 24-hour venues.
H/T: Sac Bee
By now, all campers attending this year’s edition of Dirtybird Campout West Coast should be preparing themselves for next weekend’s festivities. From silent discos, canoe racing, archery, barbecues, and of course the biggest names in House and Techno, Dirtybird Campout is looking to become the camping experience adults dream of. Claude von Stroke, along with
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After their successful 2018 edition of HARD Summer (you can read my review HERE), HARD Events has been teasing at the return of its famed Halloween/Dia de los Muertos festival. Fans have been eagerly awaiting the “resurrection” of the L.A. event and today the ever important line up was revealed ahead of ticket sales. The
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