West Coast Weekender is Set for Another Epic Edition in 2018!

West Coast Weekender 2017
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The West Coast Weekender is back and is set to feature some talented artists and insightful panels at this year’s edition!

If you’re in Southern California and looking for an event that not only will help educate you on the electronic music scene but also provide a sick soundtrack to dance away to, look no further than West Coast Weekender. Dubbed a celebration of music, dance, and culture in SoCal, this event is one of the best that San Diego has to offer.

Hosted in America’s Finest City over the weekend of May 3-6, West Coast Weekender is jam-packed with a lineup that will keep things grooving along nicely. Hosted at The Lafayette Hotel as well as the World Beat Center, this centralized location close to Downtown San Diego will make it easy for anyone to access the event.

Artists like Doc Martin, Red Sonya, and Cris Herrera will be taking the stage throughout the course of the event, and we definitely suggest catching the sets from Alien Tom and Matthew Brian as well. Aside from the music, West Coast Weekender will also be hosting yoga sessions, workshops, and panels that will help immerse you in the dance music culture and offer insight from members of the community who have years of experience.

Tickets for the full weekend, the shows at World Beat Center only, and special Ableton courses are available now via westcoastweekender.net/tickets. Additionally, if you’re coming in from out of town or looking for a staycation, rooms are available at The Lafayette Hotel, more information can be found via westcoastweekender.net/hotel!

West Coast Weekender 2018 Lineup Flyer:

West Coast Weekend 2018 Lineup

West Coast Weekender 2018 Lineup By Artist:

  • Cassy
  • Hyenah
  • Bamboozle from Soul Clap
  • King Britt
  • Doc Martin (Sublevel Live ft Lillia)
  • Dara
  • Spectrasoul
  • Demuir
  • Eli Escobar
  • LSB
  • Fred Everything
  • DJ Mes
  • Hector Romero
  • David Harness
  • Nickodemus
  • Oscar P
  • Del
  • Julius Papp
  • Cris Herrera
  • Eric Medina
  • Adam Gibbons
  • Garva
  • MC Ridda
  • Urulu
  • Sunlightsquare
  • Mark di Meo
  • MasterKev
  • Paluka
  • Masha
  • Red Sonya
  • Alien Tom
  • CaliParis
  • DJ Ala
  • Mikeytown
  • Eric Groove
  • Rebellion
  • Arielle Z
  • DJ Kincaid
  • Chrysocolla
  • Matthew Brian
  • Marshall Jones
  • Bumpy Nuggets
  • Vinh Sol
  • Andrew Wilkinson
  • WhoDaHell
  • Coflo
  • DiscoSupreme
  • Cole Vassallo
  • Drummer John
  • Francisco Moreno
  • More TBA

Connect with West Coast Weekender on Social Media:

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