New Year’s is just around the corner which means NYE events, whether it be family get-togethers, house parties or music festivals. The last of those being the most epic, so we compiled a Top 10 list of NYE festivals for you guys to pick from. The events span the country going from Los Angeles to Denver to New York with a whole bunch of amazing artists performing. If you have no plans yet, you might want to think about grabbing tickets to one of them!
10. Lost In Space
Lost In Space will be hosted by the Avalon in LA with Fedde Le Grand, Sultan and Ned Shepard. The event will be held on the 31st with general admission tickets as well as VIP packages available for purchase.
9. Pier 36 Expierience
New York’s Pier 36 will be the location where Expierience will take place on the night of the 31st. The one night event will see the likes of Cedric Gervais, R3hab, Sander Van Doorn, Tommy Trash and Showtek perform. A whole variety of tickets are available with general admission starting at $165 plus a charge fee.
8. Pop NYE
Another California event, Pop NYE will be held at the Oracle arena in Oakland. Ticket prices start at $120 for the opportunity to see Madeon, Nero, Moguai and New World Punx, consisting of Markus Schulz and Ferry Corsten.
7. Life In Color
Sebastian Ingrosso, Krewella, Dyro and TJR will be attending Life In Color, but will you be? If you haven’t purchased tickets yet you still can. Atlantic City is sure to be rocked, so if you will be in the area, make sure to head over to Bader Field!
6. Winter Galactic
With Dada Life, Porter Robinson, W&W and more, you will not want to miss out on Winter Galactic if you are in New York. The venue is the Hammerstein Ballroom with general admission tickets and VIP tickets on sale.
5. OMFG LA
4. OMFG San Diego
OMFG will infiltrate two cities with the same insane lineup so they snagged two spots on our list and for good measure. Feed Me, Madeon, Boys Noize, Diplo, Bro Safari and many others will be traveling together to end the year. LA’s will be held at The Shrine and San Diego’s will take place at the Valley View Casino Center. San Diego will start things off on the 30th and continue into the next day and the artists are heading over to LA to usher in the New Year. Bad news is that San Diego’s tickets are all sold out.
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3. Lights All Night
Lights All Night will be taking place in two locations, Mexico City and the one that made our list, Dallas. Three stages with names like Deadmau5, Krewella, Grizmatik, Kaskade, A-Trak and Major Lazer, it’s easy to see why this is at the #3 spot. Some tickets are still available so make sure to grab them quickly or you will be left out of the Dallas Convention Center!
Denver, Colorado is the home for Decadence. More specifically the Colorado Convention Center, which will be hosting the all-star lineup. The two-day event will have performances by Bassnectar, Pretty Lights, Above & Beyond, TJR and 12th Planet. That’s just a handful of them too. Some tickets are still available for this event and if you do in fact go, then I may be seeing you there along with a few other’s from the YourEDM family.
1. Snow Globe
If I wasn’t going to Decadence then I would be going to Snow Globe. Spanning three days, this is set to be the biggest event of NYE. Tiesto, Dillon Francis, Zeds Dead, Gramatik and Snoop Dogg are just some of the artists who have forced me to put this at our #1 spot. Luckily, tickets haven’t sold out yet so you may still be able to make it to South Lake Tahoe!
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