New EDM festival launches in Dallas to help keep live music alive – CultureMap Dallas

A music festival with the noble goal of keeping live music alive will debut in Dallas, headlined by electronic acts Autograf and Jillionaire.

The festival is part of a new concert series, , a Dallas-based music event that plans to host touring and local music artists. Founder Lawrence Vo is a Dallas native who lived in California and wanted to leverage the relationships he made there to contribute to the local underground electronic music scene here, as well as promote Dallas acts.

The debut event will take place on April 17 with a lineup as follows:

The concert is at Southside Music Hall and begins at 9 pm; doors open at 8:30 pm. Guests 18 years and older are welcome with a current, government-issued ID with date of birth and photo ID. Tickets are $25 to $45, and will be sold at the door at an increased price if the event has not sold out.

A portion of the proceeds will be donated to an Artist Relief Fund.

Masks are required. The first 50 guests to arrive at the event will receive a complimentary “To The Moon” facemask.

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