Phoenix Lights, a Relentless Beats production, partners with the festival fundraising platform Surreal for a two-day music festival on April 7-8. Fans of all ages can look forward to attending the festival at a new venue called Wild Horse Pass in Chandler, Arizona.
Attendees can also enter-to-win a trip to the festival to meet an artist of their choosing. As arranged by Surreal, event proceeds support Childhelp.
Music lovers participated in the enter-to-win a trip for two to Phoenix Lights Festival for a two-night stay at the Pheonix Renaissance. Winners are also able to win one of three artist experiences from among a meet and greet with Martin Garrix and on-stage access during his set, the ultimate Escape Room experience with GTA, or a carnival ride with Chris Lake. Surreal has announced the winners of the trip for their chance to experience the time of their lives!
Phoenix Lights’ proceeds benefit Childhelp, a national nonprofit organization which exists to meet the physical, emotional, educational, and spiritual needs of abused, neglected, and at-risk children. They actively support children with solution-seeking intervention programs:
Our Solution. Through treatment programs like Childhelp Advocacy Centers and Childhelp Group Homes designed to help children already affected by child abuse, and prevention programs like Childhelp Speak Up Be Safe, designed to educate children and aid in prevention, we can help change the lives of many.
Childhelp has successfully changed the lives of 10 million children. Learn more about participating in their cause with a brief history of the organization in the video below.
Surreal helps arrange fundraising events in the music industry:
A fundraising platform designed for festivals and events that connects music artists to their fans and helps plan unforgettable experiences, all while raising money for a charity of their choice
The charity matching program ensures the proper arrangement of a fundraiser. Previous campaigns include Gold Rush 2017 and Electric Daisy Carnival supporting the Boys & Girls Clubs of Southern Nevada.
Relentless Beats of Arizona hosts artist-feature events and small editions like the Phoenix Lights Sightings concept. They also partner with Insomniac for the event Crush. The brand recruits EDM talent within genres such as trap, hip-hop, dubstep, techno, and house.
Performing artists on Saturday, April 7 include Beats Antique, Gramatik, Green Velvet, GTA, Gucci Mane, Joyryde, Martin Garrix, Seven Lions, and Um.. bringing a sonic journey through Trap, tech-house, and dub-style sounds.
Performing artists on Sunday, April 8 include Autograf, Bear Grillz, Chris Lake, Diplo, Kasbo, Midnight Tyrannosaurus, MK, Oshi, Travis Scott, and Zomboy. Day two continues the momentum with trap, techno, vocal house, and melt-your-face-off dubstep.
Find the full lineup here and check out the Phoenix Lights 2017 Aftermovie below.
The American trap-DJ performs on day two of Phoenix Lights. Recognizable dub-style, as well as bass sounds, characterize his style. His recently released track “Worry No More” featuring Lil Yachty & Santigold is another strong one from the talented producer.
He is undoubtedly an audible fit in the line-up of artists among the trap genre. Votes for his sound are earning him the number one spot among the top 50 names in trap music on The DJ List.
This UK dubstep-DJ throws in classic dirty wubs all over his tracks. Hear them in his collaboration with Eptic in “Bop It.” Coming in second among the best dubstep artists in the ranks on Ranker, witness his sound on day two of Phoenix Lights.
House-music DJ Martin Garrix’s sound is respected among long-time house and techno artists such as David Guetta and Carl Cox. In fact, he is booked for an Ibiza residency this summer at Ushuaïa Ibiza where David Guetta will return as well.
The young talent from the Netherlands will present a documentary with Carl Cox titled What We Started. In anticipation, fans can view a trailer below. Catch his set on day one of Phoenix Lights.
This electro-pop trio from California brings endless groove with their sound. Dance during their set on day one of Phoenix Lights. Listen to Beats Antique’s member Tommy Cappel’s ideas of medical marijuana recorded during a radio show below.
Kasbo and Joyryde
Swedish house-music DJ Kasbo, as well as British house-music DJ Joyryde, are two lesser known artists making an appearance at Phoenix Lights. Their tracks sound professional and clean. Consequently, Kasbo is making appearances at significant festivals like Electric Zoo, and he is known for his track “World Away.”
Joyrdye’s “I Ware House” is his most recent release. The DJ will also appear at festivals such as Electric Daisy Carnival. These two are poised to make an “unforgettable appearance” as Festival Squad describes on their cover story for the Phoenix Lights Festival. Check out their sound below.
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