Baltimore Edm Festival
Insomniac and Club Glow have announced the lineup for Moonrise Festival, taking place at Baltimore’s Pimlico Race Course on August 12 & 13. This electronic dance music (EDM) festival has become a local favorite by bringing some of the world’s biggest names in EDM to town since 2013.
Over the years, Moonrise has attracted over 35,000 attendees from all over the Eastern Seaboard with its eclectic blend of bass, dubstep, house and electronica. With a special connection to Pimlico Race Course and Baltimore as its permanent home, the festival hopes to continue inspiring local music culture for years to come.
Insomniac & Club Glow Announce Lineup for Moonrise Festival
Moonrise Festival is Baltimore’s longest-running dance music event, drawing over 35,000 attendees from throughout the East Coast each year.
Insomniac Events and dance party organizer Club Glow have unveiled the lineup for Moonrise Festival’s 2023 edition, set to take place at Pimlico Race Course from August 12-13. Enjoy unforgettable performances on three stages – Lunar Stage, Stellar Stage, and Solar Tent – throughout these two days of unforgettable fun!
Insomniac produces this iconic festival, an industry leader in immersive music festivals and events. Their shows captivate the senses with cutting-edge lighting, pyrotechnics, sound design, large-scale art installations, theatrical performers and next-generation special effects.
Established by Pasquale Rotella in 1997, Insomniac has blossomed into one of the world’s leading live entertainment companies. Their flagship event Electric Daisy Carnival Las Vegas draws more than 525,000 attendees each year.
Club Glow has been the go-to promoter of electronic music events on the East Coast for years. Their events range from trance and house to bass music and beyond, featuring not only industry heavyweights but also up-and-coming talent by curating unique lineups with established artists.
Pete Kalamoutsos, president and CEO of Club Glow in Washington D.C., has organized thousands of electronic music events over two decades. In 2020 they joined Insomniac Events for Moonrise Festival as partners.
Above & Beyond
With summer upon us and Memorial Day behind us, it’s time for another round of big-name festivals. But before you head off to Lollapalooza, EDC Las Vegas or Bonnaroo, there are still plenty of smaller, niche events worth attending.
Moonrise Festival brings some of the top electronic dance music acts to Baltimore on August 12 and 13, 2023. This two-day festival promises an electrifying lineup that’ll have you wanting to dance all night long!
This year’s main stage will feature a diverse group of artists, from bass heavy hitters to trap and hip-hop. While the lineup may have changed from last year, we can guarantee that each performer will still deliver top quality performances for their fans.
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This year’s festival will showcase an eclectic blend of international DJs and up-and-coming talent. The line up will include some of the biggest names in electronic dance music (EDM) as well as local stars with a strong following in the city, such as Flosstradamus, Excision and Flux Pavilion. Other notable performers include Oliver Heldens, Tchami and Marshmello.
Baltimore EDM Festival is a two day gathering that brings together electronic dance music fans from around the world. It’s an energetic celebration of driving beats, sick drops and unfettered dance with an unmistakably sense of community. Hosted at Port Covington on Baltimore’s waterfront since 2007, this annual event has become one that EDM fans simply cannot miss!
The festival lineup includes headliners Above & Beyond, John Summit, Louis The Child, Kaskade (Redux), Dillon Francis and San Holo as well as 50+ artists from around the world – both established names and up-and-comers alike.
Summit is a decorated long distance runner and aspiring DJ who made his mark by DJing in Chicago while moonlighting while working a day job. Eventually, his hard work paid off when Defected Records signed his first track, Deep End.
He’s since gained notoriety with his chart-topping hits, featuring collaborations with Sofi Tukker, Vintage Culture and Nic Fanciulli to name a few. As an accomplished producer with plenty of new music coming out soon, we recently got the chance to chat with him about his journey thus far, recent tracks and more.
Louis The Child
Chicago-based duo Louis The Child combine a pop sensibility with energetic dance beats. They’ve achieved chart-topping success with electronic tracks, such as their hit single “It’s Strange” featuring K.Flay.
Robby Hauldren and Freddy Kennett, a DJ-production team comprised of Robby Hauldren and Freddy Kennett, first met at a Madeon concert. From there on out, they knew they had to create music together – though both had side projects underway before joining forces – but it wasn’t until they worked together that their success truly began to shine through.
While releasing multiple EPs, they began to experiment with various musical genres. Drawing inspiration from hip-hop music, they would often layer in distorted steel drum loops and more edgy sounds for added dimension.
Louis The Child released their debut full-length album Here for Now in 2020. Following several EPs, they experimented with more club-friendly sounds before returning to their core influences for Euphoria EP (2021) and To Believe EP (2022).
Since then, Louis The Child has continued to break genre barriers with their sound, crafting songs that are affirmative as well as uplifting and motivating. They’ve collaborated with artists such as Icona Pop, K.Flay and more in the process.
EDM music is one of the most beloved genres today and festivals offer a great way to experience it with friends or family. Baltimore offers plenty of exciting EDM festivals that provide an unforgettable experience for everyone – whether you want to dance all night long or spend quality time with loved ones.
Moonrise Festival is Baltimore’s longest running electronic dance music festival, drawing over 35,000 attendees to Pimlico Race Course each year. This event boasts an eclectic lineup featuring dubstep, bass music and house music artists alike.
Moonrise Festival promises to be an amazing experience and is perfect for spending quality time with friends. However, in order to maximize your enjoyment, you may need to purchase tickets for the show.
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Kaskade is renowned for his big room trance sounds and captivating melodies. He also has the Redux project, which offers a slower-tempo electronic dance music vibe. If you are an ardent fan of electronic dance music, then seeing Kaskade perform live will be an experience not to be missed!
Dillon Francis is an electronic music composer and DJ, specializing in genres like trap, dubstep, and house music. He’s become a major force within the EDM scene having collaborated with renowned artists like Diplo, Martin Garrix, and Brendon Urie.
Dillon recently released his third full-length album, Happy Machine. Featuring 10 incredible vocalists, it’s the ideal blend of EDM and Latin pop.
Billboard Dance recently caught up with Dillon ahead of his project’s release to discuss it, why he wanted to make it, and how the collaborations came together. He also revealed why he initially didn’t want to collaborate with Calvin Harris.
Dillon is not only a musician, but an actor and comedian as well. He stars in the hit comedy series Like and Subscribe, as well as contributing to Viceland’s What Would Diplo Do? series.
He is an enthusiastic supporter of crypto and NFTs (tokens stored on a blockchain). Additionally, he’s working with Decentraland, a 3D virtual environment built upon Ethereum, to provide his fans with a place in the metaverse.
Dillon is a fan favorite and his performances always leave viewers with lasting memories. His DJ sets are constantly evolving, full of surprises and captivating energy – whether playing his original productions or remixes – it’s always something special to witness.
San Holo’s debut album, “Album 1,” blurs the line between electronic music and live instruments. He plays his guitar alongside a DJ set to create an original blend of sound that truly stands out. His performance is truly unique in its creative nature.
San Holo is a Dutch DJ, musician, record producer and composer renowned for his remix of Dr. Dre’s “The Next Episode,” which has earned him international recognition with 152 million YouTube views. Additionally, he collaborated with James Vincent McMorrow on his September-released single, “The Future.”
Insomniac and Club Glow have unveiled the lineup for the Baltimore Moonrise Festival, taking place at Pimlico Race Course in August. The talent on display is truly remarkable!
Headliners include Above & Beyond, John Summit, Louis The Child, Kaskade (Redux), Dillon Francis and San Holo; with over fifty more artists expected to take the stage over the course of the weekend.
This dance festival promises to be one of the world’s greatest. Expect a wide range of musical genres from EDM to trap. Visit their official website for further details and announcements. For those planning on traveling from Baltimore, Philadelphia or Washington, DC with other festival goers, weekend shuttle passes can be purchased.