We are so ready to take to the Sonoran Skies of Arizona this fall with a lineup that’s hard to miss at this year’s Goldrush Festival!
See the full lineup below:
For those looking to make this a three-day affair, the $uicideboy$ Grey Day Tour will be the night before we kick things off for Goldrush. Last year sold out at 20,000 attendees and will make for a massive lead into one of RB’s biggest festivals of the year.
Here are five acts we are looking forward to witnessing!
While Bou blowing up in the heart of DNB in the UK says enough about his impact on the genre, stepping into the American market dominated by tech house and dubstep is an entirely different story. Helped along by the viral effects of social media, and the instant, off-guard catchiness of the drops, DNB on the big stages only seems to be growing in popularity worldwide. Safe to say DNB has got us and the rest of the West hooked and ready for more. Bou’s entire catalogue has something to be excited about, with the popular jump-up and tumbling tracks, and the melodic and softer vocal successes, it’ll be interesting to see what blend he delivers in Arizona.
ATLiens have been thriving in the scene and on the USBs of every prominent bass music artist for almost 8 years now. First hearing ATLiens in 2017 with their hit solo single Alchemy, and then hearing that song again at every mainstage for the whole festival season, instantly made a fan out of us. What’s solidified that connection is their attention and care for fan interaction – namely their interviews and goofy content pieces. The iconic masked men pack a whole lot of personality for never showing their faces and not saying a word.
Nostalgix is a breath of fresh air in EDM. Someone who is authentically themselves, full of energy, and packing a heart of gold, bringing big and dirty bass house tunes to the masses is a force to be reckoned with. From a Canadian local DJ to a North American household name, the most impressive thing about Gix is how much time she still makes for her fans, and the role model she’s developed into for women in the scene. Nostalgix is a rockstar, an angel, and an icon.
Ship Wrek’s party vibe and fresh sound they started cultivating in 2019 seemed to be at the tip of the giant tsunami that is the tech house scene in North America. Through the help of their unique sound design and extremely catchy hooks and leads, they’ve managed to wash ashore at the biggest stages EDM has to offer. We’re excited to see them keep pushing out tracks, with two brand new EP’s in 2023, knowing that these two established producers should have lots of fresh music to test out.
While Tiesto might not be the most surprising headliner for a festival, he is undoubtedly one of the most deserving. An understated part of EDM, and EDM DJs are their reliance on setting – energy, space, emotion – that brings out the best parts of the music. Tiesto brings all these things directly to you every time he’s on stage, and the energy of his sets are something that can only be experienced. It’s rare to not see at least a couple eye rolls when a crowd is asked to put their hands up – but if 5000 people are at a Tiesto show, there are 10000 hands in the sky.
Be sure to grab your tickets to Goldrush here, and stay tuned for updates!