Goldrush Festival reveals eclectic, inaugural lineup and stage details

Marking the beginning of its journey in Phoenix, Arizona, the founders of href="" >Decadence and Phoenix Lights Festival have revealed their newest venture: a wild-west themed, weekend extravaganza by the name of Goldrush Festival. Set to take place over the weekend of November 18-19, Goldrush amasses first-class talent from both the electronic and hip-hop scenes that mosey on out to the desert.

Each of the three stages encompass a particular attribute of the Western theme, and are named accordingly to that niche: Golden Gorge, Pioneer Peak and The Hideout. Acquiring a mixture of fan-favorites across the hip-hop and electronic music spectrum, the Golden Gorge will host names like href="" >Marshmello, href="" >Migos, and href="" >Dillon Francis as headlining acts. Not shying away from this spectacle, bass-heads will be delighted to see the addition of href="" >Excision, set to perform a special set at this stage.

Past the mainstage, Pioneer Peak pursues to host a more intimate combination of the delectable electronic and rap talents, With performances by href="" >A-Trak b2b href="" >Baauer, href="" >Malaa and href="" >Mija dominating this scene, underground and href="" >Soundcloud-fanatic rap fans will also be pleased to see the additions of  href="$uicideboy$" >$uicideboy$, href="" >Ugly God, and href="" >Lil Pump, amongst other rising performers.

Without forgetting about the techno and house enthusiasts, Goldrush introduces their Hideout stage. Acquiring artists such as tech-house devotees href="" >Camelphat, to those from beloved  href="" >Dirtybird campers such as  href="" >Claude Vonstroke and href="" >Shiba San, The Hideout conveys the ideal underground sanctuary, for darker and dirtier beats.

General admission tickets for this two-day event start at $179, and single day passes are available for $89, and $79, and can be found href="" >online. 

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