Austin’s sixth annual Euphoria Fest has recently released the second artist lineup and we are stoked. The stellar phase two lineup includes an array of talented artists including hip-hop sensation Wiz Khalifa, Norwegian DJ Alan Walker, electronic band The Disco Biscuits and 20+ more.
With talented artists nationally and internationally performing at Euphoria Fest, we are especially excited to see some local talent rock the stage. Austin-based Electro-groove band Sip Sip was included in the second lineup, and we know they will put on a good face for the Austin music scene. Their groovy dance anthems fuse high-strong drum beats with powerful saxophone chords and empowering rap lyrics to create resounding tracks that inspire you to get on the dance floor and move! And to think this is just one of the many show-stopping performances Euphoria will hold.
With 50 badass artists announced so far and one more lineup still to come, there is no doubt that this year’s festival will be one for the books.
Austin’s culture is heavily centered around good vibes and even better music, and every year the highly anticipated festival captures this essence beautifully. Austinites and fellow music-lovers from all over swarm to Carson Creek Ranch for an epic experience of live music, camping, yoga and good times.
Alongside the copious amount of talented music acts, the festival also holds several creative workshops to awaken your spirituality and enhance your musical experience. And for the time time ever, Euphoria will offer wedding ceremonies at the 2017 festival. What better way to begin your eternal union with someone than saying “I do” in a forcefield of beautiful energy and emotion-evoking music.
Euphoria Fest has succeeded year after year at bringing souls together to revel in good music and love, and we have no doubt that the 2017 festival will continue to live up to its expectations. The festival will take place April 6-9 and tickets are now available here. Check out Euphoria’s website for more information about the beautiful event! See you in April, Austinites.
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