Electronic dance music concerts are becoming increasingly popular nowadays. In fact, they are becoming so popular that they are now the biggest single music event in the world! So how do you find out about the next event? How do you get tickets so you can attend? Unfortunately, there’s no simple answer to these questions, but there are ways to get in touch with the artists and get the information you need to help you plan your next electronic dance music concert experience. Here are a few ways you can get information about upcoming events:
* Online Concerts – There are quite a few websites online that feature electronic dance music concerts. Most of these sites have ticket purchasing options, but some also offer descriptions of the venues, times, and dates for each show. Be sure to check out all the sites you find, though, because different artists have different venues and may play at several different times. You should definitely check out some of the free websites as well.
* Local Venues – If you live in a city or town, you may want to look into local electronic music concerts. This will allow you to travel to the venue of your choice easily, as well as save money on fuel costs between locations. For example, if you love a certain band but they only play in a small area, you might have to drive several hours to get there. Some venues offer bus services or taxi services to make this easier. However, be aware that these services may be less reliable during high-demand periods.
* Major Raves – Not all electronic dance music concerts take place at just one venue. There are always major clubs and venues around the world that host popular music concerts. Some of these include: The Troubled Times Live, New York City nightclubs such as Webster Hall, New York nightclubs Mansion, and New York club venues Electric.
* Major Stadiums – While some electronic dance music concerts are held at hometown nightclubs or bars, others are held at stadiums or arena type locations. The main benefits to these venues for a concert lover are the large-scale view and ambience. Being in a stadium type space provides an environment where everyone in the audience can feel like they are part of the show. The size of a stadium also creates an atmosphere similar to a band playing for an audience. If the venue is large enough to house a large audience, you will have a great chance of attracting a large audience to your party as well.
* EDM Fests – While many people only think of EDM festivals when it comes to summer and parties, there are many other venues that offer electronic dance music concerts. EDM festivals can be found in cities around the world such as Miami, Houston, Dallas, Atlanta, Seattle, Portland, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Santa Barbara, Santa Monica, Dallas, Chicago, Phoenix, Orlando, Miami Beach, Minneapolis, Las Vegas, New Orleans, Nashville, Phoenix, St. Louis, Boston and even Austin, Texas. These EDM festivals can vary significantly from one area to another, but there are many who have become known as “EDM month” events. EDM festivals include everything from rap festivals to underground DJs to classical music concerts.
* Electric Daisy Volturi Dance Music Concerts – Although not technically considered an electronic dance music concert, a vulture show, as they are sometimes called, does incorporate electronic devices into their set. Typically, a vulture show will have a variety of dance music acts along with other circus clowns or acrobats. This is a great way to see a large group of people all together and interacting with each other.
* Contemporary Drug Rehabilitation Services – There are a number of rehab services that will offer up to date information and postings on any new and popular music concerts and other activities. This information can be given out at no cost as a part of a community service. This is usually an on-going effort as the services strive to keep up with the latest trends and information. There are also a number of rehabs that will host electronic substance use concert, both free and sponsored, to coincide with a free after-care program.