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Florida’s Sol Fest Announces Big Gigantic, NGHTMRE, Peekaboo and more to join previously-announced headliners REZZ, CloZee


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Just when you thought the lineup couldn’t get any better, Sol Fest Music & Arts Festival reveals their star-studded Phase 2 lineup for its 2024 edition, slated to take place from Thursday, May 2nd to Sunday, May 5th, 2024, at the new venue Vortex Spring in Ponce de Leon, Florida.

The Phase 2 lineup announcement introduces three exciting new headliners making their festival debuts: the electronic-funk duo Big Gigantic, the high-energy bass maestro NGHTMRE, and the experimental bass virtuoso Peekaboo. These heavy-hitters join the previously-announced headliners REZZ, CloZee (with two sets), LSDREAM, Bob Moses (with a club set), Dabin, Dr. Fresch, Elderbrook, G Jones, Lettuce, Of The Trees, and Barclay Crenshaw, promising Sol Fest’s most impressive lineup yet.

The Phase 2 billing also features debut festival performances from talented support acts such as Jantsen, a favorite from Subsidia Records, and the progressive rock/livetronica pioneers Papadosio, who will deliver a mesmerizing sunset set. In celebration of its third annual edition, Sol Fest will offer multiple stages with no overlapping sets, ensuring attendees can catch every performance without scheduling conflicts. This setup promises a seamless experience of world-class music from start to finish, eliminating the typical festival dilemma of choosing between simultaneous sets.

Don’t sleep on this one, make sure to get your ticket here!

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This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Florida’s Sol Fest Announces Big Gigantic, NGHTMRE, Peekaboo and more to join previously-announced headliners REZZ, CloZee

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