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Spring Awakening 2018 Line Up Features Deadmau5, Tiesto and Kaskade

Chicago's Spring Awakening Festival has grown exponentially in the past few years. It has done so be continually curating a line up which features the absolute top acts in every realm of EDM. The Spring Awakening 2018 line up might be the most impressive one we have seen so far on the year.

The Spring Awakening 2018 line up is breaktaking

The Spring Awakening 2018 line up features the top tier artists one would expect at festivals such as Ultra and EDC. Hardwell, Tiesto, Deadmau5, Kaskade and so many more have made an appearance on the festivals 2018 line up. It is truly almost laughable how impressive The Spring Awakening 2018 line up is. Let's not forget about the undercard names on this line up either. The festival has also brought on trap and bass acts such as JOYRYDE, Baauer, Flux Pavillion and NGHTMRE.

There is seriously almost nothing wrong with this curation – the only issue we could image are an insane amount of conflicts once set times are configured. That is honestly a great problem to have.

The Spring Awakening 2018 line up: Only the beginning

The most exciting part of The Spring Awakening 2018 line up is that what we are featuring below is only phase 1. There is so much more madness to be found within in event. It is truly crazy to think that 5 short years ago many people were unfamiliar with the name ‘Spring Awakening' and now the festival is working to become middle America's answer to the coastal phenomenons of Ultra Music Festival and EDC Las Vegas.

Taking place over June 8-10, the festival will have beautiful weather in the grounds of Addams-Medill Park. The festival also has branded stages from Sunday School, so we can expect a decent amount of tech and house artists to be apart of phase 2. Tickets are now available and can be purchased here.

Spring Awakening 2018 Line Up


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