With his recent release of his debut studio album in December, expect to see Post Malone perform his hits off the album. He is currently scheduled for a few festivals this year so you do not want to miss the chance to see him while he is performing in support of this album. In case you need another reason to see Post Malone at Euphoria, he has said he wants to release a project this summer titled ‘Beerbongs and Bentleys,’ which will drop in June.
Taking a break from touring in 2016 and coming out with a new album this year, Chromeo is a must see act at this years Euphoria Festival. You never know if they will perform any new songs at the festival before releasing the album. Their set is always like no other with very high energy and amazing light show for a great live experience.
An independent and unsigned, Mija, should be on your list of artists to see and she has made a name for herself in a male dominated industry of EDM music. She gained a lot of attention after playing with Skrillex at Bonnaroo Festival in 2014. She does not like to be categorized so she describes her music as “fk a genre,” making her one of a kind and being different.
Alan Walker has been gaining so much attention and has been named Billboards Dance artist to watch this year. Walker’s video “Faded” was just the 52nd video on YouTube to hit over one billion views. He has also joined Rihanna as an opener of her European leg of her ANTI tour. Alan Walker is a definite must see act at this years Euphoria and he continues to rise to fame.
Moby was offered to perform at President Trump’s inauguration but only if he was able to play a lot of Public Enemy. Showing that he is for the people and against hatred and racism, look for Moby to make a few statements about what the world is going through currently. He also released his thirteenth studio album last fall, and recently released a music video for “Erupt & Matter.” You want to be at Moby’s performance to see what he has in stored for Euphoria fest this year.
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Piece by Joshua Guerra | @joshguerra13