Lineup Revealed for Deadbeats Arizona 2022

Deadbeats Arizona 2019
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NGHTMRE, Dimension, Dion Timmer, Rossy, and 2SOON are set to join Zeds Dead at the upcoming edition of Deadbeats Arizona this April.

Relentless Beats has been on a roll this year with some impressive festivals and curated shows that are keeping the dance music scene alive and well in Arizona. Riding the wave of the PHXLIGHTS: Altered Orbit announcement and the news of Chris Lake and FISHER’s Under Construction, they’re now bringing Zeds Dead back to the sun-soaked state for another fantastic edition of Deadbeats Arizona.

Set to take place on April 22 at the Phoenix Raceway in Avondale, Deadbeats Arizona won’t just feature an impeccable set from beloved duo Zeds Dead, but offer up a hearty helping of stunners in the bass scene as well. Joining them for the show are artists like NGHTMRE and Dimension, two artists who continue to deliver jaw-dropping sets wherever they travel to, as well as Dion Timmer who has impressed as well. Rounding out the lineup are two more artists that will make attendees want to arrive early to catch, Rossy and 2SOON, both of whom are primed for greatness in the scene.

Don’t sleep on this show if you’re looking to have your face melted off, as each artist is sure to bring their best to the stage. GA tickets for Deadbeats Arizona start at $45 (+fees), while VIP begins at $125 (+fees). Those opting for VIP passes will receive a commemorative lanyard, access to the VIP deck with a premium view, premium bar, and VIP lounge, as well as express entry.

Tickets for Deadbeats Arizona are on sale now. Head over to Zeds Dead’s website to make your purchase and let us know if you plan to attend in the comments!

Deadbeats Arizona 2022 – Lineup:

Deadbeats Arizona 2022 - Lineup

Deadbeats Arizona 2022 – Lineup By Artist:

  • Zeds Dead
  • Dimension
  • Dion Timmer
  • Rossy
  • 2SOON

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