Update: Euphoria Music Festival released the third round of artist on December 13. New additions include Chromeo and Post Malone along with Abe Masaryk, Auto Body, Bakermat, Chet Porter, Eric Dingus, FKJ, Forgotten Space, Knife Party, Lost Kings, Magna Carda, Melvv, Minnesota, Moby (DJ set), Montu, Oliver Heldens, Prince Fox, Resonant Frequency, Russ, Thoreau, Turkuaz, and Whereisalex
The second round, announced November 29, included headliners Wiz Khalifa, The Disco Biscuits, and Zeds Dead, as well as Alan Walker, Asadi, BadBadNotGood, Carlyle, CID, Codeko, Craetion, Evanoff, Ganja White Night, Grum, Henna Rosso, Ill-Esha, Jamiroqueen, Lemurian, Manic Focus, Mija, Petit Biscuit, Slaptop, Spag Heddy, The Widdler, and Yotto.
As Austin wraps up a busy fall festival season, a spring event has popped up with a big announcement. CultureMap has an exclusive first look at Euphoria Music Festival's first round of artists for 2017.
The sixth annual music and camping festival takes place at Carson Creek Ranch April 6-9, 2017, promising an eclectic lineup of electronic, rap, and rock artists. Headliners include Alesso; Young Thug; Bob Moses; Papadosio; The Floozies; The Knocks; Chronixx; and Pretty Lights, returning to Euphoria for the second year in a row.
Also on the bill are Blunt Force, Brede, Capyac, Dr. Fresch, Flamingosis, The Funk Hunters, Maddy O'Neal, Medasin, Poolside, Psymbionic, Raven Felix, Sip Sip, Slice Gang, Tennyson, Unlike Pluto, and Willgood. Additional acts will be released in two-week increments.
A limited number of three-day passes are available right now for $129; prices will increase at midnight on November 18. Three-day VIP packages start at $239. Camping options for general admission and VIP attendees start at $219 and $369, respectively.