The “Biggest Digital Music Festival In History” Just Got Announced

Electric Blockaloo has officially released the second phase of their lineup as they prepare to deliver the biggest digital music festival ever done. Taking place on June 25-28, festival-goers will get a chance to see the biggest names in electronic music as Rave Family curated an unprecedented lineup that you won’t want to miss.

Artists among the second phase of the lineup include Steve Aoki, BBC Radio1 host Sherelle, Galantis, Two Friends, Louis the Child, and Paris Hilton. The love of House music will also be in full swing as iconic artists like Felix da Housecat, Tod Terry, DJ Sneak, MK, Maya Jane Coles, Luciano and Skream, will be in attendance. These artists join a slew of the biggest names in the industry including Jauz, Maceo Plex, Lane 8, ZHU, Nora en Pure, Claude VonStroke, Nicole Moudaber, A-Trak, Soul Clap, and more. 

Although this festival will be entirely digital, it won’t be like anything you’ve seen before. Attendees or “Loozers” will be given free range of the space and can jump from stage to stage whenever they please. Over 65 stages have been curated and carefully selected by the artists themselves. Spaces will range from Red Blocks, a take on the Colorado amphitheater, even to Thunder Mifflin, the best office in Scranton, PA. Loozers will have ample places to explore. To make this even more exciting, Loozers have the opportunity to chat with one another via Discord, an online chat platform.

Electric Blockaloo will be made available on both java and Bedrock versions of Minecraft so fans can play on their computers or phones. For users that aren’t as familiar with Minecraft, the Rave Family Training Camp will be available to ticket holders in the run up to the festival where fans can learn how to navigate and get the best out of their experience. 

Tickets will be available to purchase on June 12 at 12pm EST through the individual artist and stage links. Follow your favorite artist’s social media pages or visit for a list of all the artists.

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