Shambhala Music Festival Shares 2017 Lineup Feat. Excision, Pendulum, Jauz, NGHTMRE & More

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Shambhala Music Festival in Salmo, British Columbia is back for its 20th edition and has revealed an incredible lineup to go with it. Tickets for this event sold out in a record-breaking 16 hours back in September. 

This year's lineup includes A-Trak, Adventure Club, Kill The Noise, Excision, Datsik, Pendulum, Destructo, NGHTMRE and many more. Shambhala Music Festival has always prided itself on booking rising talent and does a great job this year, featuring acts like Medasin, Ekali, Illenium, Shaun Frank and Vanic. 

It'll be taking place August 11-14 on the Salmo River Ranch and showcase six stages, one of which is The Pagoda Stage a.k.a. Shambhala's "temple of dance" which will be completely rebuilt. The stage is truly epic, you can check out Getter's set from last year playing on the stage here. Shambhala's 20th anniversary is sure to be a special one. You can check out the festival's 2016 aftermovie below. Enjoy!

Electric Zoo Reveals Phase One Of 2017 Lineup Feat. Eric Prydz & deadmau5 B2B, DJ Snake & More

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Electric Zoo Festival in New York has just revealed its 2017 lineup and it's massive. It'll once again be taking place on Randall's Island over Labor Day Weekend. It's headliners include DJ Snake, Above & Beyond, Eric Prydz and deadmau5 who will be doing an epic b2b on the closing night. 

EZoo continues to be one of the premiere go-to festivals in New York and made it's theme this year "The 6th Boro", creatively adding itself among the other New York boroughs like Manhattan, Brooklyn and Queens. Excision, Tchami, NGHTMRE, Slander, Seven Lions, Yellow Claw, Joyryde, Don Diablo, Alan Walker and many more will be playing for the festival's latest edition as well. There are still over 50 artists to be announced so it looks like EZoo is really going all out.

Be sure to grab your tickets here as these will likely go fast. Check out the phase one lineup above and stay tuned for the next round of artists to be revealed. You can watch the festival's 2017 teaser video below as well. Enjoy!

Glastonbury Festival Announces 2017 Lineup Ft. Radiohead, Phoenix, The xx, Major Lazer, Anderson .Paak & The Free Nationals & More

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Glastonbury Festival in the UK has just announced its eclectic 2017 lineup we've been looking forward to. The historic festival has been around since 1970 and is considered one of the most iconic festivals around the world. This year, they've returned with a strong bill of headliners including Radiohead, Ed Sheeran, The xx, Major Lazer, Alt-J, Lorde, Solange, Run The Jewels, Anderson .Paak & The Free Nationals, Phoenix, Justice and many more. 

Other noteworthy names to make the lineup this year are Noisia, Boys Noize, Halsey, Tove Lo, Thundercat, Sampha, Moderat, Flaming Lips, Glass Animals, Haim and plenty more. Of all the events based in the UK, this is the premiere festival to be at. Glastonbury Festival will be taking place from June 21-25 across 100 stages on Worthy Farm in Pilton, Somerset which is located in England. 

The festival also aims to give back to worthy causes such as Oxfam, Wateraid, Greenpeace and more. For more info on the amazing UK-based event, click here. Enjoy!

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