Magnetic Music Festival, a brand new festival experience produced by Liquified and in partnership with Disco Donnie Presents, has confirmed additions to the already stellar roster for the one-day event to be held just 20 minutes north of Atlanta, Georgia on Saturday, April 20, 2013. The newest artists joining the performer lineup at the multi-stage festival include: Kid Cudi, Third Party, and Tommie Sunshine. The latest additions to the inaugural festival join previously announced performers: Flux Pavillion, Dash Berlin, Zeds Dead, Markus Schulz, Adventure Club, Cazzette, Funtcase, Flosstradamus, Kazell, Darth & Vader, gemNeye, Bad Robotz, MK Ultra, Satoru, Sorted, Patrick Morgan, |ZERO|, Dunsker, Luis Valencia, Syl-o, Van Baümer, V3RSATILE, Midnite Panda, Krushmode, and Sugar Kayne.
The Magnetic Music Festival, which marks the first collaboration between these two legendary pioneers of the electronic dance music scene, will be held at Kennesaw State Sports and Recreation Park. Less than 20 minutes driving time from Atlanta, the venue is a part of a new 88 acre state-of-the-art complex that includes a 16,000 person stadium with an expansive stage and a 9-acre lake, all set to the backdrop of pristine Kennesaw Mountain. The Forcefield Main Stage will include a unique 3D design, brought to life by video mapped visuals. This audiovisual sensory experience features state-of-the-art production, sound, stage designs, and lighting, created specifically for Magnetic Music Festival. The festival will also include a wide array of vendors, art installations, roving performers and more.
General Admission tickets are on sale now for $70 and are available online at www.magneticmusicfestival.com or by calling 1-877-725-8849. Tickets will be available at the gate, but are subject to availability. VIP Gold packages are available, starting at $165. VIP Cabana packages are available, starting at $2,200 for an 8 person private suite. Magnetic Music Festival is for ages 16 and up.
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