Oregon Eclipse 2017
Photo Credit: Juliana Bernstein

The full Oregon Eclipse lineup has been released, and it’s definitely going to be an amazing week full of fantastic beats and positive vibes!


They’re calling this a “once-in-a-lifetime” festival, and we can’t seem to find a reason to NOT attend this Oregon Eclipse. A collaborative effort between Bass Coast, Envision, Hardra Trance Festival, Noisily, Ometeotl, Origin, Rainbow Serpent, Re:birth, Symbiosis Gathering, Sonic Bloom, and Universo Parallelo…we don’t think we’ve EVER seen this many different groups come together to put on an event quite like this. Celebrating the first continental North American ‘Total Solar Eclipse’ since back in 1979, the soundtrack for the week in Oregon is pure bliss. Seven stages will be pumping out some epic beats from over 300 artists over August 17-23 at the Big Summit Prairie. Major names include the likes of Bassnectar, Sound Tribe Sector 9, String Cheese Incident, Damian Lazarus, Beats Antique, EPROM, Justin Martin, and more.

Tickets are on sale now but are apparently going off sale March 2. Grab them HERE, payment plans are available!

Attendees can start at the multi-genre Eclipse Stage that features many of the big name artists above like Bassnectar and String Cheese Incident to get their fill of epic vibes. Then, they can head to the House and Techno filled Sky Stage to dance with Damian Lazarus, the Desert Hearts Crew, DJ Tennis, and more. The psychedelic side of trance will be present at the Sun Stage with notable names like Perfect Stranger and Ace Ventura behind the decks too. The Moon Stage is set to bring the bass as EPROM and Bleep Bloop move crowds with some booming bass.

The fun doesn’t stop there, though, as the Earth Stage brings you a downtempo experience full of sounds from Dirtwire, Govinda, Random Rab, and more. Goldcap, Sidecar Tommy, and Nicola Cruz are just some of the names who will be taking the stage at the Silk Road, which is sure to impress with its artistic inspiration. Finally, the Big Top will be providing attendees with live and performance art shows from EOTO, the Vau de Vire Society, and more to bring a unique flair to the fest.

In fact, bucking the trend of most festivals as of late, this event will have a strict “no-screen policy” regarding LED walls. This not only will bring the festival some seriously unique artistic elements, but also show off the talents of these artists and craftsmen from all over the world. The venue itself, Big Summit Prarie Ranch, is on 55,000 acres of pristine wilderness. Only two hours from Bend, Oregon, the location features a 52-acre lake to swim in, rolling hills, and plenty of space for exploration and music. This is definitely set to be one of the most epic events to attend, so if you can grab your tickets now before it’s too late!

Oregon Eclipse 2017 Lineups (by stage):


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Featured Photo Credit: Juliana Bernstein




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Grant has been listening to electronic dance music since the early 2000s. Actively involved in the EDM community, Grant is an admin for the EDC & Coachella subreddits and their Facebook groups. Previously he has been part of several EDM startups and promotion companies such as Shamele55, Electric State of Mind and Q-Dance. Originally listening to trance artists such as ATB, Armin Van Buuren and Paul Oakenfold, Grant has expanded his listening experience to include a full set of genres ranging from hardstyle to deep house and has been regularly attending both festivals and club events since 2010.

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  1. As the date of the August 21 eclipse draws near, keep this important safety information in mind: You MUST use special eclipse safety glasses to view a partial eclipse and the partial phases of a total eclipse. To do otherwise is risking permanent eye damage and even blindness. The ONLY time it’s safe to look at a TOTAL eclipse without proper eye protection is during the very brief period of totality when the Sun is 100 percent blocked by the Moon. If you’re in a location where the eclipse won’t be total, there is NEVER a time when it’s safe to look with unprotected eyes.

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