Decadence announces phase two lineup, philanthropy initiative

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With the release of Decadence‘s phase two line up, it seems Arizona’s vast canyons and deserts will be even more lush with sound. Relentless Beats have locked down Moon Boots, Valentino Khan, Green Velvet, Anti Up, and more for their New Year’s jubilee — a true cause of elation for those who bathe in the bass of techno and house.

Arizona’s “Biggest New Year’s Eve Experience” also released single day lineups and tickets with the announcement of phase two. Above & Beyond, REZZPorter Robinson, San Holo, Skrillex and more will perform on December 30. 4B, Eric Prydz, Paz, Green
Velvet and more will take on the final hours of 2018 on December 31.

Along with the phase two announcement comes another fascinating prospect — one of chance and charity. Relentless Beats have made fans aware of their philanthropy initiative with Surreal, a fundraising platform that offers fans to experience once-in-a-lifetime opportunities with artists. For Decadence, fans will have the chance to throw tacos on stage with Paz, meet Marshmello, even get dunked on by Shaq.

The winner of each category will also receive free airfare, VIP tickets, free hotel accommodations, and, of course, a wild story to take home with them. All the proceeds from the campaign will go to Childhelp, a national nonprofit organization with the purpose to meet the physical, spiritual, educational, and emotional needs of abused, maltreated, at-risk kids. The contest runs through December 18, and given the size of the festival and artists performing, the benefits of the campaign have to potential to mirror the elation that is sure to be experienced for the festival-goers at Decadence.

Learn more and get tickets here.

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Lights All Night FULL Line-up Released!

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Earlier this year, we got the news that Lights All Night would be running for a ninth year. Now, the full line-up has been released. With all the different New Year’s events happening around the country, we’re wanting to celebrate for two weeks straight. This years line-up definitely has something for everyone. From heavy bass

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Radiance NYE Drops Head-Banging Lineup To Ring In The New Year

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If there’s nothing more you would love better than to rage your face off this New Year’s Eve, look no further than Radiance NYE.  This one night party in Milwaukee, Wisconsin will feature a huge head-banging lineup consisting of Excision, Zeds Dead, Bear Grillz and more.  Radiance NYE will take place at the Wisconsin Center

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Bassnectar responds to fans’ complaints about Atlanta New Year’s Eve show

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For more than 21,000 people, New Year’s Eve plans included hundreds of watts of bass, and at the center of the 808, Bassnectar. The sold out event attracted a massive crowd to Atlanta’s Georgia World Congress Center, where Nectar fans from near and far convened to catch the electronic expert’s set, the bridge between 2017 and the new year. Despite Bassnectar’s presentation of a set exceeding two-hours in length, some fans felt that they’d encountered a pit in the “Peach State.”

Although billed as the Bassnectar camp’s “most special event to date” by the event’s marketing team, fans lamented long lines to enter the venue, an alleged lack of organization regarding water station arrangement, set lists, the aggressive behavior of fellow fans, and overcrowded medical tents. “In the medical tent, I had never seen so many people seizuring and acting in manners that led me to fear that they were knocking on death’s door,” writes RedPilledRanger on r/bassnectar. “The crowd was rude, the lines were sh*t, we didn’t get much Bassnectar music, and drugs f*cked people up again,” wrote LeftyBackhands.

Bassnectar and his team have since responded to the Internet supported outrage regarding the New Year’s Eve event, inviting attendees to send “constructive” feedback that could be pivotal in the production of future Bassnectar branded events to feedback@bassnectar.net. The statement acknowledges and deems the long entry lines as problematic, but suggests this was a “reality check for all events in the future.”

“There will be thorough security checks everywhere,” the Bassnectar camp writes, citing national shootings as a catalyst in the institution of extended security procedures. The message additionally elaborates on complaints surrounding water stations and general health and safety conduct.

The full message features a note from Bassnectar himself, the artist thanking attendees and promising “as short of lines as possible” at his Spring Gathering in Chicago in March.

A message from the Bassnectar Team: from bassnectar

H/T: EDM Tunes

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Zeds Dead and Jauz announce new track, back-to-back NYE tour

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Rounding off a hugely successful year on both accounts, Zeds Dead and Jauz are sending off 2017 with a huge announcement.

On Dec. 27, the trio will be releasing a heavy collaboration called “Lights Go Down,” which will be out on both Deadbeats and Bite This. Paired with the song’s release, they will be throwing three back-to-back New Year’s Eve weekend sets in New York, Arizona and California. The mini tour will launch at the New York Expo Center in NYC on Dec. 29, followed by the Rawhide Event Center in Chandler, Arizona and the NOS Events Center in San Bernardino, California, both on Dec. 30.

Pre-save “Lights Go Down” here.

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Eats Everything is going to donate his New Year’s Eve booking fee to charity

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Eats Everything‘s final show of the year is bound to be a special performance, and not just because he’s treating London to a six-hour set to cap 2017. The Bristol-bred underground tastemaker has announced that he’s donating his entire booking fee for New Year’s Eve to Last Night a DJ Saved My Life, a philanthropy organization that works alongside the dance music industry to create fundraising efforts for children in need.

The venue has yet to be announced, though fans are likely going to get an intimate venue and a gang of special guests for the show. Leading up to the event, the Edible Records head honcho is attempting to raise £30,000 (nearly $40,000) as part #HaveADrinkOnUS, an initiative to help provide clean water to the countries around the world. Those that can’t make it to London this year for New Year’s can click here to donate to the cause, and fans planning to attend the show can purchase tickets here.

H/T: Mixmag

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Oliver release ‘SnowTape’ ahead of SnowGlobe performance

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With California’s SnowGlobe Festival only a month away, excitement is growing for the iconic South Lake Tahoe New Year’s Eve celebration. The state’s own groovy house duo Oliver are warming up the airwaves with a special “SnowTape” to drum up excitement for the festival. The hour-long mix includes a wide range of Oliver’s funky, disco-inspired tunes like their recent remix of Tove Lo‘s “Disco Tits,” along with some wavy ’80s IDs they have yet to release. Throughout its 59 minutes, the mix is a soulful slice of house and disco heaven sure to thrill music lovers of all persuasions.

This year’s SnowGlobe lineup includes Dillon Francis, Porter Robinson, Zedd and many more. Learn more and get tickets here.

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Jauz & Zeds Dead are Throwing a Massive Warehouse Rave for NYE Weekend

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Deadbeats is going way Off the Deep End with RPM Presents for New Year’s Eve weekend.