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Bonnie X Clyde, Malaa, Liquid Stranger, and more are set to join Borgore and REZZ at Get Lucky 2019 in Salt Lake City!

Known for throwing some of the best shows in Salt Lake City, V2 Presents has continued to pull out all the stops to bring some banging lineups to the stage and the upcoming edition of Get Lucky is no different. Hosted on March 8-9 at Great Saltair, this two-stage event kicked the year off with an announcement of two heavy hitting headliners: Borgore and REZZ.

Now, we know exactly who will be joining them over the course of the event and it is packed with top names and plenty of rising stars. Sticking out immediately are DJs like MalaaBro Safari, and Herobust, who will surely be making crowds move with their beats. Adding to the fun are some artists on the come up like 13 and Champagne Drip who have all had an early impact on the new year along with others like 1788-L and Riot.

The Tent of Gold stage will also be packing a punch with some renowned hardstyle acts such as Lady FaithWasted Penguinz, and a b2b set featuring Darksiderz and Mekanikal. Check out the full lineup below and don’t sleep on this event if you’re looking for a dose of dance music to start your spring right.

Tickets for Get Lucky 2019 in SLC are on sale now, grab them today via Ticketfly

Get Lucky 2019 Lineup:

Get Lucky 2019 Lineup

Get Lucky 2019 – Lineup By Artist:

  • Borgore
  • REZZ
  • Malaa
  • 13
  • 1788-L
  • Bijou
  • Bonnie X Clyde
  • Bro Safari
  • Champagne Drip
  • Darksiderz b2b Mekanikal
  • Lady Faith
  • Liquid Stranger
  • LSDream
  • Party Favor
  • Pulsatorz
  • Riot
  • Sage Armstrong
  • Wasted Penguinz
  • ATL
  • Blunt Bros.
  • Happ
  • Malixe
  • DJ Wondercat

Get Lucky 2019 – Essential Info:

Date: March 8-9, 2019
Ages: 18+
Hours: 7:00 P.M. – 2:00 A.M.
Venue Address: Great Saltair – 12408 West Saltair Drive Salt Lake City, UT
Facebook Event Page: RSVP HERE

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