I must say that the Goldrush Music Festival was one of the best festivals that I have ever attended. First off, let me just tell you that I just love Arizona, so when I heard about this festival I just knew I couldn’t miss this amazing opportunity!
This festival definitely had something for every music lover.
From electronic and dance to hip-hop and bass and of course the RBDeep signature sounds of techno, house and underground.
The lineup included Migos, Marshmello, Lil Uzi Vert, Dillon Francis, Barclay Crenshaw, Keys N Krates, Excision, Claude VonStroke, Snow Tha Product, Drezo, Flatbush Zombies, Ghastly, Mija, and Hippie Sabotage. Giving you the perfect mix of all genres of music, which was incredible. Of course, there was so much ground stomping electronic music throughout the weekend. Excision performed The Paradox and Claude VonStroke presented the BirdHouse. RL Grime and Drezo both slayed the main stage, but it was REZZ who definitely killed it. Her set was energetic and the vibe was something only a festival-goer would understand.
Bottom-line, all the sets were killer and each set had something different. The supporting sets during the day were huge dance parties that hyped you up for the headliners. I mean who doesn’t love a good dance party… we sure do? The venue was a good size, which made it easy to find your friends if somehow you got lost or especially if you explored the different venues that were set up for crowd goers. It took literally minutes to get from one side to the next were shops, food, activities, and live art was waiting to be looked at or purchased. The four music stages were set up far enough that there was no sound overlap.
I saw some of my favorite electronic and hip-hop artists all on one stage. The positive vibes were definitely there all weekend long. This experience was undeniably unforgettable and I cannot wait to see what Goldrush Music Festival will have in store in 2018.