The largest festival in Arizona just released another wave of top-tier artists, and it can’t be any more stacked than it is now. The Gold Rush Music Festival in Chandler Arizona (10 minutes from Phoenix) released phase two of their already massive lineup, which included Excision, REZZ, Dillon Francis, Malaa, Migos, and many more!

Relentless Beats added more heavy hitters and deep house moguls, most notably a never-before-seen back to back set with Baauer & A-Trak. Also added to the lineup is Ghastly, Habstrakt, Fransis Derelle, Brillz, Party Thieves, and Flatbush Zombies. In the deep house category, Relentless added Bart Skils, Hosh, Jeremy Olander and Paco Osuna.

Dillon Francis Playing at EDC 2017

Day passes are available, and there are still some weekend passes up for grabs. Go to the official website for Gold Rush Music Festival at Below is our playlist for those people that are already getting prepped for Gold Rush Music Festival.

Artist Spotlight: Dillon Francis

LA Native, Dillon Francis, landed on the electronic music map in 2010 when he and Diplo released “Que Que” on Mad Decent. in 2012 he coined his most well-known catchphrase with the song I.D.G.A.F.O.S. That next year he was found on the stages of Electric Daisy Carnival, Camp Bisco, Coachella, and TomorrowWorld. His popularity soared when “Get Low” with him and DJ Snake was released in 2014, becoming his hit single from his album “Money Sucks, Friends Rule”. That track was ranked #64 on the US charts, and #5 on the US Dance charts.

Recently he’s been found on VICE’s new tv show, spoofing the life of Diplo, named “What Would Diplo Do” in which Dillon is “Jasper”, the best friend of Diplo (played by James Van Der Beek)

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