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This just in – Relentless Beats is at it again, announcing Goldrush Music Festival- a brand new experience heading to Arizona this November 18 and 19. The Phoenix based dance music and EDM promoter has released the first phase of its lineup for the Wild West concept. Taking place at Rawhide Western Town in Chandler, Arizona, Goldrush will be welcoming electronic dance music and hip-hop prospectors from across the country with some of the biggest talent from around the globe. The first round of headliners for this new, fully immersive two-day festival will include: Marshmello; Migos; Dillon Francis; Lil Uzi Vert and RL Grime.
Featuring four stages, each with its own distinct musical focus and vibe, Rawhide Western Town will be transformed for Goldrush making it a truly one of a kind experience. Recently announced artists on the 2017 performer lineup include: Barclay Crenshaw; Drezo; GG Margree; Hippie Sabotage; Injury Reserve; Keys N Krates; Lost Kings; Malaa; Mija; Oona Dahl; Rezz; Rich Chigga; San Holo; Shiba San; Smokepurpp; Snow tha Product; Sonny Fodera; SuperDuperKyle; $uicideboy$; Ugly God; The Underachievers and Walker & Royce. Goldrush will also include special performances by Exicision and and a curated stage by Claude VonStroke, aptly named ‘The Birdhouse’. A second round of artists and will be announced in the coming weeks.
“It’s exciting to create a brand new concept for our fans here in Arizona,” says Relentless Beats founder Thomas Turner. “So many events out there follow a tried and true formula, but Goldrush is forcing us to get creative and deliver the best possible experience.”
Rawhide Western Town & Event Center is situated on the Gila River Indian Community and is Arizona’s largest 1880s western-themed entertainment venue. Located just south of Phoenix, the venue is a mere 20 minutes from the Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport in Chandler, AZ. The venue hosts several marquee Relentless Beats events, including; Global Dance Festival, BOO!, Decadence, CRUSH AZ and Phoenix Lights Festival.