V2 Presents Reveals Daily Lineups for Get Freaky 2021

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Get Freaky returns to The Great Saltair on Halloween with an all-star cast of artists who will be delivering some spooktacular beats.

Halloween is nearly here, and if you live in Salt Lake City then there’s only one place you should be to celebrate the spookiest holiday this year: Get Freaky. After taking a hiatus in 2020, V2 Presents’ Get Freaky is set to make its return on October 29-30 at The Great Saltair, and they’re packing a serious punch with a lineup filled to the brim with some of the scene’s finest. Now, they’ve unveiled the daily splits to help those attending plan out their path to get the tastiest beats on both nights.

Friday will see REZZ headline Get Freaky and put the crowd into submission with her jaw-dropping soundscapes and eye-popping visuals. Other artists set to play on that day include No Mana, G Jones, Spag Heddy, Ace Aura, and SHSTR, who have all impressed as of late with their unique releases and remarkable sets.

Saturday doesn’t let up either as Dillon Francis will be taking over the stage with his vibrant style in tow. There will be a hefty offering of bass-fueled beats from the likes of Figure, Dirtyphonics, Midnight Tyrannosaurus b2b Downlink, Swarm, and Fransis Derelle, while the set from Deorro and the b2b with Mija and GG MAGREE are also ones not to miss.

Two-day and single-day passes for Get Freaky 2021 are on sale now. Head over to Eventbrite to grab yours to celebrate all things spooky at The Great Saltair and don’t forget to watch the trailer on YouTube!

Get Freaky 2021 – Lineup By Day:

Get Freaky 2021 - Lineup By Day

Get Freaky 2021 – Lineup By Artist:

Friday, October 29

  • REZZ
  • 1788-L
  • Ace Aura
  • G Jones
  • Level Up
  • No Mana
  • Spag Heddy
  • Salem

Saturday, October 30

  • Dillon Francis
  • Deorro
  • Dirtyphonics
  • Figure
  • Flosstradamus
  • Fransis Derelle
  • Midnight Tyrannosaurus b2b Downlink
  • Mija b2b GG MAGREE
  • OG Nixin b2b Al Ross
  • PhaseOne
  • Shanghai Doom
  • ATL
  • Purpl

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