Every year, dance music fans in Los Angeles have to come to a decision over where they are spending their Halloween: Insomniac‘s Escape or HARD Day of the Dead. Both festivals take place over the same holiday weekend, and its always a toss-up due to both events’ consistently stacked lineups year after year. Although neither had given us a hint as to what 2015 would bring, Escape has now unveiled its lineup for its 2015 event in addition to this year’s terrifying theme, Psycho Circus.
With a mix of Escape newcomers and veterans, this year’s programming pulls from all genre pools across the dance spectrum. Friday boasts names like Above & Beyond, Eric Prydz, Joris Voorn, and Dash Berlin leading the pack along with the return of Richie Hawtin’s revered ENTER. stage that saw mass acclaim after last year’s event. On the actual holiday night of Saturday, Laidback Luke’s Super You & Me stage sees itself nestled into a lineup consisting of Martin Garrix, DJ Snake, Mat Zo, Moby, Seven Lions, and many more. The two-day event will once again takeover the NOS Event Center in Southern California on October 30th and 31st.
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