Want to see Flume, Zeds Dead, Gucci Mane, Anderson .Paak, Dillon Francis, Tchami, Danny Brown and many more to close out your 2016? Of course you do! And that’s why we are giving you a chance to see them all when Reaction NYE returns to the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center in Rosemont, IL on December 30th & 31st. Enter our contest with React Presents and you can score a pair of general admission passes to see it all for yourself. This event is 17+.
Winning is easy, enter at the link below and by following The Early Registration and Reaction NYE on social media, by sharing the contest with your friends, and by scoring yourself a free to the festival, you gain entries that increase your chances of winning! Contest ends Thursday, December 15th.
But why leave things to chance? Buy your tickets and check out more information here and get pumped for Reaction NYE by checking out their official Spotify Playlist.
Reaction New Year’s Eve (Reaction NYE) is the perfect intersection of EDM and rap to close out your 2016, and earlier today festival organizers release the full 2016 lineup. Taking place this year on December 30-31 at Rosemont’s Donald E. Stephens Convention Center, Reaction NYE will see performances from Zeds Dead, Gucci Mane, Flume, Anderson . Paak, Dillon Francis, Tchami, Danny Brown, Smino, Mr. Carmack, Noname and many more.
And new this year, Reaction NYE will be adding the popular Silent Disco to its New Years festivities. What better way to kick off your 2017 than with some great music?
Check out the full lineup for REACTION NYE below and get more information and tickets at ReactionNYE.com.
Spring Awakening is returning to Chicago to kick off your summer and it’s better than ever! And that’s why we are giving you a chance to see Deadmau5, The Chainsmokers, Dillon Frances and many more, and all for free. Taking place on June 10th through the 12th at Addans/Medill Park, Spring Awakening is a must for your summer this year so enter our contest now!
Winning is easy, enter at the link below and by following The Early Registration on social media, by sharing the contest with your friends, you gain entries that increase your chances of winning! Contest ends May 30th.
But why leave things to chance? Buy your tickets here before they sell out!
Move over Miami, because Chicago may be the new premiere city for EDM, as today React Presents’ electronic mega-festival, Spring Awakening has just announced its 2016 lineup, and it’s epic. Performing at the Chicago festival this year, at its new location of Addams/Medill Park, will be deadmau5, The Chainsmokers, Dillon Francis, Steve Aoki, Kaskade, Zeds Dead, Jamie xx, RL Grime and many more. A festival lineup that EDM fans could only dream of.
This year the festival will take place from June 10th through the 12th and will host 5 stages total (with 6 branded stages, 2 each day). Tickets are on-sale for Spring Awakening now, so get them before it’s too late!
Last night, Alex Metric performed for thousands at the UIC Pavillion in Chicago, IL, while the British DJ/producer supported EDM superstars Zedd and Dillon Francis (and surprise guest Martin Garrix) on their huge North American tour. Starting the party right and kicking off everyone’s Halloween weekend, Metric got everyone on their feet, whether they were an established fan of the legendary London-based producer for years or whether they just became a fan last night.
Chicago was one of the first cities to get to experience Metric’s brand new EP live. The fourth piece of his Ammunition series, Ammunition Pt. 4 is a collective of five huge new records that were designed to get the whole world moving. Whether it’s a house party down the road at the University of Illinois-Chicago or the UIC Pavilion last night, Ammunition Pt. 4 is what every bass head needs in their life right now.
As the crowd (made primarily of UIC students) filled in to find their seats, and you can bet that not one seat was actually sat on throughout the night, everyone was feeling the music to Metric’s blend of Ammunition Pt. 4 and some of his earlier mixes. Metric’s appearance was modest and simple, looking like a laid back everyday guy in his black t-shirt, but his music was far from average.
His music was impossible not to dance to, as his show was dedicated to constant movement of light, sound, and the audience. Metric isn’t just a shadow spinning beats. The arena also played complement to the performance. The music was louder than you could imagine and you could feel the bass vibrating throughout the arena and into your bones in the best way possible, especially during Metric’s own remix of ‘Lean On’, perhaps the highlight of his set.
Whether the crowd was being mesmerized by the trippy visuals in the backdrop, or whether they were swaying their hands in unison side-to-side like waves from Lake Michigan, Metric was like a club’s best bartender, in that his sole job was to keep the party going. And with such being the case, Alex Metric is due for a promotion because the party got off to a great start and made the jobs for Zedd and Dillion Francis that much easier.
Check out Metric’s new EP here, and check out even more music at his official Soundcloud.
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