Holy Ship Drops Huge Lineups For Both 2016 Weekends Featuring DJ Snake, Porter Robinson, Kaskade, Dillon Francis, RL Grime b2b Baauer, ODESZA & MorePosted in Bangin, Chill, Events by nick | Tags: 2016, Baauer, Dillon Francis, DJ Snake, Holy Ship, Kaskade, Lineup, ODESZA, Porter Robinson, RL Grime
The original traveling festival cruise Holy Ship! is back with lineups for the 2016 edition of the festival. The first weekend takes place over January 3rd – 6th going to Coco Cay in the Bahamas, with the second weekend February 10th – 13th on Grand Bahama Island.
The first weekend has headliners Kaskade, Dillon Francis, Flosstradamus, ODESZA, Steve Aoki, GRiZ, Robin Schulz, Hudson Mohawke, Gorgon City, MK, Brodinski, Bakermat, GTA, Lee Foss, Rustie, Slow Magic, and much much more.
The second weekend packs a different flavor featuring Dillon Francis, Chromeo, Porter Robinson, a reunion RL Grime B2B Baauer set, Boyz Noize, Flux Pavillion, Tchami, What So Not, Cashmere Cat, Justin Martin, Thomas Jack, Gramatik, Snakehips, Jauz, Shiba San, Felix da Housecat, Busy P, SNBRN, Marshmellow, Alex Metric, The M Machine, Cory Enemy, amongst too many others to name.
With every year selling out, do whatever you can to reserve a spot on the weekend you want, or put yourself on the waiting list. This is something everyone should experience at least once, if not every year. Check out the 2015 Holy Ship recap video below. Enjoy
HARD Presents continues to grow their incredible Holy Ship! and Day of the Dead brands, but today we get the lineup for their biggest event of the year, HARD Summer. They somehow managed to match if not top last year's lineup from the headliners down to all the amazing acts sprinkled throughout. Headliners include Jack U, The Weeknd, Ratatat, Chromeo, Dillon Francis and many more. They continue to shift from their rave roots into more of a traditional music festival incorporating live acts.
The festival will take place over the weekend of August 1st & 2nd at it's original location of Fairplex, CA right outside of LA.
Watch the outrageous trailer below featuring Dillon Francis breaking out from a band to a solo spooning act with cameos from Skrillex, Destructo, Chromeo, Mija and more.
Nero continues to expand the life of their single "The Thril" by delivering some more high profile remixes. Porter Robinson steps up to the plate after a huge Coachella performance and delivers an exciting twist to the song. We hear him incorporate some future bass influence while managing to keep things extra cinematic. We only get the full stream of this song for now, but you can replay endleslly until a release is in sight. Enjoy!
Nero – The Thrill (Porter Robinson Remix) | Stream Only
HARD Red Rocks 2015 Lineup Announced Featuring Dog Blood (Skrillex + Boys Noize), The Glitch Mob, Porter Robinson & MorePosted in Bangin, Events, News by nick | Tags: Boys Noize, Dog Blood, Festival, Hard, Hard Red Rocks, Porter Robinson, Skrillex, the glitch mob
HARD always manages to establish themselves as the true tastemakers for all things that go hard in the live electronic space; being responsible for Holy Ship!, Hard Summer and much more. Well they are returning to the iconic Red Rocks Amphitheatre, in Morrison, Colorado for their third HARD Red Rocks and they have outdone themselves once again with the lineup.
HARD is bringing out Dog Blood, the techno side project from Skrillex and Boys Noize that went dormant last year after flipping the electronic world upside down. Dog Blood will be joined by live electronic trio The Glitch Mob, Porter Robinson and his new live show, HARD founder DESTRUCTO, Branchez and even local house legend Option 4.
This night should surely be one of the best Red Rocks has to offer electronic fans all summer long and is guaranteed to sell out.
Grab tickets here this Friday at 9am PST. Will update here once ticket details are released.
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