With the single day lineups being released for Euphoria Music & Camping Festival, it’s time to decide which artists to see on which day. To help, we have put together a list of our five must-see artists at this year’s festival. If you’d like to check out the full line-up, visit Euphoria’s website here.
Mija is amazing to see live because you never know what type of set she’s going to play. From house music to trap, Mija plays it all and will likely bless Euphoria with a genre-crossing set. No matter what genre of EDM is your favorite, you will be sure to enjoy some aspect of her performance at Euphoria.
The first time I saw Spag Heddy, he opened up for Space Jesus at the Lizard Lounge in Dallas, Texas. He absolutely murdered it, serving up all of the crunchy, wonky bass that I could possibly want. The second time I saw him, which was at Something Wicked in Houston, Texas, he did the same, and for that, I am so excited to see him again at Euphoria.
If you’re going to camp at Euphoria for one reason, it should be that Manic Focus is headlining the pre-party on Thursday night. Manic Focus is the blues and bass combo that you’ve been waiting for. His music contains everything from hip-hop to funk to soul; he will be sure to get Euphoria’s pre-party bumpin’ on Thursday night.
For those who are looking for something a little more chill, Petit Biscuit is the answer. Based out of France, Petit Biscuit delivers a relaxed, yet happy, sound in all of his tracks. Prepare to enter into a state of bliss during his set at this year’s Euphoria.
Hailing from Austin, Texas – Euphoria’s home – Blunt Force blends hip-hop, funk, dubstep, and more to create a distinctive and extraordinary sound. Having played at Euphoria in 2014, Blunt Force is returning to, yet again, throw down in their hometown. Take note of them, because you are not going to want to miss their set.
Euphoria will occur from April 6th to 9th at Carson Creek Ranch in Austin, Texas. Get tickets here.
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