After the initial lineup announcement for Phoenix Lights this year, I didn’t know how much better it could get…
The marquee Relentless Beats festival, Phoenix Lights, has stunned us once again with a lineup that I honestly wasn’t sure was going to quit. For the third year in a row, the lights will return to Downtown Phoenix at Margaret T. Hance Park and they have announced their final round of artists. Their massive roster grew by 25 total. Justin Martin, Zeds Dead, Cashmere Cat, Lane 8, Tchami, and more will be joining the already stacked lineup that includes: Above & Beyond, Alesso, Tiesto, Zhu, Illenium, Oliver Heldens, Thomas Jack and again more artists!
An entirely new stage and a competition for the next rising star!
Get ready to grab your best and brightest shuffling shoes as this year Relentless Beats will premiere a house and techno stage in partnership with an underground brand, RBDeep. This stage will feature some of the biggest names in the scene and you won’t want to miss a second of it. Then, if you’re an amateur DJ or someone just looking for that big break, you can take part in Relentless Beat’s First Encounters DJ Competition on March 9th. The grand prize is an opening slot at this year’s Phoenix Lights Festival. They’ll have more information in the coming weeks here.
Tickets are already on Tier 3 ($159/$349, GA/VIP) and will just continue to go up, so don’t take too long trying to decide what to do!
Looking for tickets? Purchase them here!
Phoenix Lights 2017 – Full Lineup
Check out the Phoenix Lights 2017 Phase 2 Trailer:
About Phoenix Lights Festival
The multi-stage festival will be held at Margaret T. Hance Park, an urban setting in Downtown Phoenix. The 32-acre park located on the “deck” over the Interstate Highway 10 Papago Freeway Tunnel, between 5th Ave. and 3rd Street, is the home of the Japanese Friendship Garden, Irish Cultural Center, McClelland Irish Library, Phoenix Center for the Arts, and Burton Barr Central Library. First dedicated in 1992, the park is located near the Central Station METRO Light Rail and bus transfer stations and is surrounded by libraries, museums, educational facilities, and the arts district. Building off of this momentum, fans can expect top-level talent, cutting edge visuals, unique stage design, interactive experiential installations and more.