One of the best festivals in the western United States is back, with a bigger lineup than ever imagined. Get Lucky Salt Lake City, put on by V2 Presents, returns to the Great Saltair on the 13th and 14th of March with an amazing lineup. Below, in no particular order are five artists that cannot, under any circumstances, be missed.
Out of all the artists on the Get Lucky Salt Lake City lineup this year, Yetep’s music is more melodic than most. He has had multiple releases on well-respected labels and has had high tier billing on a plethora of music festivals in recent years. Yetep will be bringing a very unique sound to the stage when he performs in Salt Lake City.
With his comedic online presence and VERY unique branding, it’s hard not to put Lil Texas on a list like this. The hard dance music he produces and plays is quite literally BPM-breaking, as it is usually around 200bpm and upwards to 300bpm, where most hard dance is around 150-175. No doubt the crowd will be on their feet the whole time he’s on stage.
Kill The Noise
One of the hardest-hitting dubstep producers of the last decade is coming back to SLC, with a vengeance. Kill The Noise has been around in the electronic music community since his drum and bass years as Ewun. The multiple accolades are overpowered by his amazing abilities as a producer and a DJ. You cannot miss Kill The Noise.
22-year-old LA producer JVNA is starting to take melodic bass by storm, from providing direct support for Quix during his recent tour, and most recently, playing her first solo tour in the US. She’s well versed in performing at festivals but this will be her first time playing in Salt Lake City. It’s a guaranteed good time when she’s performing so don’t miss her.
A Salt Lake City resident as well as a frequent resident of V2 events, Nate Lowpass is a house DJ you must see. Nate has been supporting many major acts including REZZ, Peekaboo, Feed Me and No Mana. In addition, he’s produced excellent originals with Awoltalk, Fransis Derelle, and X&G; and remixes for Just Kiddin and Kream.
Get Lucky is coming up quick and is set to sell out very quickly! Be sure to get your tickets as soon as possible before they’re completely gone. Click the link here for ticketing and additional event info.