Who says the fun of music festivals has to end when summer does? Don’t pack up those tents and glow sticks just yet – we have your ultimate guide to this fall’s hottest music festivals around the United States!
TomorrowWorld – Only coming into it’s second year in the states, TomorrowWorld is the sister festival of the ever-popular Tomorrowland that takes place every year in Belgium. Quite possibly the largest festival on the East Coast, TomorrowWorld will be bringing all the global love and non-stop music back to Chatahoochee Hills outside of Atlanta, Georgia September 26th-28th.
This year’s lineup is completely STACKED with electronic music artists of all genres, with performances spanning across eight different stages, and live music being a constant well into the late hours of the night. Multiple stages are dedicated strictly to different genres of music including techno, dubstep, hardstyle, deep house and trance. Headliners for 2014’s TomorrowWorld include Bassnectar, David Guetta, Kaskade, Martin Garrix, Skrillex, Steve Aoki, Tiesto, Zedd- among many others, and that’s only the start. With over 300 of the world’s best DJs and producers included in the lineup, TomorrowWorld is bringing festival goers some of electronic music’s legendary artists, but also some of the most talented and youngest in the game.
It’s already Tuesday, and we have the latest track releases to get you though the rest of your week. Without further adieu, let’s jump in!
First up, we have Duke Dumont‘s EP1, which drops today via Astralwerks. The Grammy-nominated British DJ and producer’s newest EP features a never-before-released track “Won’t Look Back”, that received over 4 million views in less than a month. The EP also includes the ever-popular “I Got U”, whose music video gained over 58 million views on YouTube, marking this EP the first time the #1 hits have “commercially released together alongside MK’s remix of “I Got U”.”
To coincide with the release of EP1, Duke Dumont is making his long awaited return to North America for a headlining tour. Stops on the tour include New York City, Washington DC, Oakland and more. The artist will spend his tour putting on live performances that showcase his ability to blend classic house anthems into massive pop hits, bound to make the sold-out crowds go crazy.
Just earlier today, Insomniac Events announced the lineup for the much anticipated 4th annual Electric Daisy Carnival Orlando. The festival is stacked full of popular artists including 3LAU, Alesso, Brillz, Claude VonStroke, Dash Berlin, Dillon Francis, Henry Fong, Myon & Shane 54, Oliver Heldens, Paper Diamond, Route 94, Sander van Doorn, Steve Angello, Steve Aoki, Thomas Gold, Tritonal, W&W and more! With over 60 artists ranging in a variety of different eclectic electronic music genres, EDC Orlando is sure to take Tinker Field by storm across three stages on November 7th and 8th.
Kicking off his North American tour tomorrow, with a performance at TBD Fest included, Com Truise is taking the States by storm this fall season with his fluid, funky tracks.
Com Truise, also known as Seth Haley, is a producer and designer born and raised in upstate New York. You may also know him by his other aliases including Airliner, Sarin Sunday and SYSTM. Com Truise started making music of his own on the side over a decade ago, first starting as a DJ and now working as an “excavator of softer, window-fogging synth-wave.”