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Euphoria Music Festival Announces Diverse Line Up

Euphoria Music Festival was one of our favorite events last year. It's incredible line up of artists mixed with its authentic and beautiful spirit made for one of our all time most memorable festival experiences. We were diligently looking forward to 2017's edition to the little festival that could. We knew that the booking agents and festival staff had a few tricks up their sleeves but with the initial two line up announcements we have realized that Euphoria is down right in a league of their own. Let's take a look at what Euphoria dropped as their Phase One.

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The festival is known for it's ability to make almost everyone happy, and that have demonstrated this in their primary allotment of headliners. The house superstar and Swedish virtuoso Alesso tops the bill, but the electronic funk master himself Pretty Lights sits atop the line up with him. Pretty Lights brings along with him his live band. Topping the first row is hip hop festival favorite Young Thug. This is only the beginning though, check out Phase Two.

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Yet again the festival brought a diverse line up of headliners. The Disco Biscuits, the legendary electronic jam band heads the way. The group has made a name for themselves around the world with their signature brand of improv based electronic funk. Next Wiz Khalifa paves the way for the hip hop artist of this installment of the line up, and finally Zeds Dead brings up the rear of the top of the line. The Canadian duo who paved the way for the dubstep movement in North America.

Euphoria still has one more line up announcement to go before the festival begins in April. We can only imagine who else might be involved in this incredible experience. Tickets are available here, and trust…you better buy them now because they will sell out.

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