With just weeks to go until Sun City Music Festival touches down on El Paso, Texas’ Ascarate Park over Labor Day Weekend (September 5 and 6), organizers have shared the lineup for its Beatport stage.
As the video reveal below puts it, “This is the night house-heads and techno junkies have been waiting for.” Over the two days, attendees can ascend to house heaven with artists such as Lane 8, Claptone, Hot Since 82 and Shiba San (whose “Burn Like Fire” serves as the vignette’s soundtrack); or they can get down to techno heavies such as Drumcode stalwarts Adam Beyer and Ida Engberg, CLR boss Chris Liebing, Hector and Dubfire, who will be bringing his live:Hybrid show for a spin in Sun City.
Elsewhere, SCMF offers a smorgasbord of sounds across two additional stages. Odesza, Trippy Turtle and Cashmere Cat are bringing laid-back vibes; Armin van Buuren and Dash Berlin rep for the trance family; Borgore, Jauz, Brillz and Zeds Dead dial up the bass; Galantis, Hardwell, Nervo and DVBBS pile on big-room euphoria; and there’s still more to go.
Watch Beatport’s stage lineup reveal below, and head to the official SCMF website for the full lineup and ticket information.
[Photo by Rukes]
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