The Festival Fistful: Goldrush Music Festival
Goldrush Music Festival is this weekend and we can’t wait to see the weird getting at Rawhide Western Town in full force. You can even win once-in-a-lifetime experiences like a backstage BBQ with Claude VonStroke, a photoshoot with Marshmello when you donate to Surreal, a fundraising platform that works with festivals and musicians to offer experiences benefitting charities like Childhelp, a national nonprofit organization which exists to meet the physical, emotional, educational, and spiritual needs of abused, neglected and at-risk children. After going Bottoms Up on the Goldrush lineup, get a healthy handful of jams in our Festival Fistful for Goldrush Music Festival. Our top 5 picks for this weekend in Phoenix!
There’s no question that the king of big time festival sets is RL Grime. The NOVA tour has been ongoing for the last couple weeks and he’s bringing his latest releases, some RL Grime classics and some brand new heat with him to Rawhide for Goldrush Music Festival. After collaborating with Miguel earlier this year for Stay for It and more recently releasing his original track Era, RL Grime is going to be making massive moves at the Golden Gorge..
The man has been a social media megastar and he’s looking to take the next step into pop super producer with his latest release Hello There with Yung Pinch. Dillon Francis has been mastering festival mayhem for the better part of a decade and his stop through Goldrush Music Festival will be a madhouse leaving you saying IDGAFOS!
A-Trak | Baauer
The perennial master of the turntables and Fools Gold Records head honcho A-Trak went all in with the bass blasting Baauer on a pair of tracks that are surefire dancefloor destoryers. Fern Gully and Dumbo Drop are sure to be played as the pair embark on a stint of back to back DJ sets that will sure to see some of the hardest beats and technical mixing you can find.. Rawhide will be going all the way up with the duo at Goldrush Music Festival.
A journey into the darkest recesses of the dancefloor are found when seeing Malaa. The artist is an enigma, wearing a skimask on stage, casually smoking cigarettes as he brings the floor to a fever pitch. His sets have been a mainstay of massive events like Holy Ship and there’s no question that his set will be one you can’t miss at Goldrush Music Festival.
The Sacramento duo took the scene by storm after a 2014 endorsement from Ellie Goulding with a remix of Tove Lo that now has over 250 million streams. These two will be sure to bring thundering 808s and chill vibes to the Golden Gorge alongside the likes of Marshmello, Lil Uzi Vert, Migos and more.