Returning for its 6th year, Phoenix Lights is ready to take you to another world on April 3rd and 4th, 2020. Named after the unidentified lights that appeared over Phoenix in 1997, this space-themed festival will provide you an experience you can’t quite explain, but one that you will never forget. Held at The Park at Wild Horse Pass, a venue inaugurated with Phoenix Lights 2018, the weather could not be more perfect. Held before the blistering desert summer, you will be sure to enjoy the mild temperatures and cool nights that make this outdoor Arizona festival more enjoyable than most.
Artists have historically played across four stages at The Park, each having its own flavor: Mothership, Invasion, The Colony, and Fallout. Mothership is the main stage where you are sure to find all your headliners. Invasion tends to be bass-heavy, so if you are looking to break your neck then this is the place to be. If you are wanting for something a bit mellower, then The Colony is where you want to be to enjoy some solid house and trance sets. Finally, Fallout gives you the opportunity to see future EDM stars before they explode into the limelight, and allows local up-and-coming DJs the chance to shine.
The first few “extraterrestrials” have made contact and will include: Afrojack, Marc Kinchen, Walker & Royce, and NGHTMRE. This is only a taste of what is likely to come. Phoenix Lights is known for bringing artists across multiple EDM genres, so everyone will be able to find the styles they love and possibly come across a new favorite as well. From trance to dubstep, and trap to house, it will be a place that allows for a bit of exploration. The past few years have brought headliners that include: Excision, Kaskade, Martin Garrix, Travis Scott, Above & Beyond, and Tiesto.
For those who attended the previous year, you have already received your presale code by email and (if you are anything like me) have already purchased your ticket knowing that the lineup will be spot on. For all others, tickets will go on sale Friday, November 22nd, 2019. Grab tickets now while they are at their lowest price before they disappear into the night sky.
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