Chicago’s Getting A New House & Techno Festival

CHICAGO – OCTOBER 24: Men play a game of touch football at Hutchinson Field in Grant Park October 24, 2008 in Chicago, Illinois. Democratic Presidential candidate Senator Barack Obama (D-IL) is expected to hold his election night rally in the field on November 4. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)

Attention house & techno fans, ARC Music Festival is a new festival that will be making its Chicago debut this summer. The house & techno festival is set to take place over Labor Day Weekend (September 4 – 5), at Union Park in Chicago and seeks to bring the global scene to the birthplace of house music alongside an INSANE house-infused lineup.

The brand new immersive dance music event that will feature ZHU, CamelphatAdam BeyerFISHERNicole MoudaberPatrick Topping, and Bob Moses, amongst a list of others. Additionally, ARC will host all three of Eric Prydz’s alias, making ARC Music Festival the first event to host all three of Prydz’s alias’ in a single weekend. The festival will have four stages in total over the course of the two-day event.

Fans can expect a cutting-edge festival experience with specifically curated production elements and art which will span 4 stages. Arc Music Festival’s full stage experience will be presented by Elrow which will only heighten the overall experience of the festival’s premiere event.

ARC Music Festival 2021 Lineup

Adam Beyer ◻︎ Cirez D
Bob Moses (Club Set)
Camelphat
Cristoph
Deborah de Luca
Derrick Carter
DJ Heather
DJ Pierre
Eric Prydz
FISHER
Gene Farris
Hiroko Yamamura
Hot Since 82
Idriss D
Luciano
Luttrell
Mason Maynard
Mathame
Meduza
Nicole Moudaber
Patrick Topping
Seth Troxler
Steve Gerard
The Martinez Brother
Will Clarke
ZHU
And more to be announced

There will be additional after-parties throughout Chicago but those details (as well as details regarding COVID safety measures) have not been released as of yet. Expect those details to be released closer to the time of the event.

Tickets for Arc Music Festival will go on sale Thursday, April 16 at 12 PM CST.

Featured Photo: Scott Olson | Getty Images

 

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