Last year's Digital Dreams Music Festival in Toronto brought together main stage progressive & electro house with tech house, deep house and techno for what was one of the best new festivals of 2012 in our opinion. Set on the grounds of a former water park with one stage on the sands of Echo Beach, Digital Dreams has only expanded this year and with the addition of a bass stage that features some of the biggest names in dubstep, we're excited to be a part of it! We're proud to announce that we've got a massive giveaway for 4 VIP weekend passes, enter below and share/tweet to increase your chances of winning! Winner will be emailed Friday.
Highlighting the 2 day festival at the Dreams Stage this year are big names such as Tiesto & Porter Robinson, along with some longtime Earmilk favourites Fake Blood & TJR. Also featuring on the bill are trance legends Paul van Dyk & Dash Berlin, while electro aficionados can look forward to sets from Wolfgang Gartner, Mord Fustang, and Lazy Rich among others. If the after movie from 2012 is any indication of what to expect from the main stage at Digital Dreams 2013, you guys are in for a treat.
ECHO BEACH STAGE
Last year's Echo Beach stage was a welcome addition to the music scene in Toronto and one that did not go unnoticed, as many festivals have followed suit and featured similar stages to accomodate the growing community of techno & deep house lovers. Bringing back 2012's standout performers including Richie Hawtin, Mark Knight, Art Department, Steve Lawler, and Dubfire, the team behind Digital Dreams has added to that Luciano, Umek, Paco Osuna, Destructo, and more.
THE HOUSE OF BOOM
No major festival would be complete without some bass right? Digital Dreams has outdone themselves this year with their House Of Boom stage, which features dubstep icons Doctor P, Datsik & Excision alongside Dillon Francis, Flosstradamus, and Damn Kids. Trap is certainly here to stay (At least for this festival season), and with some of the biggest names in the genre and those it grew from making the trip north of the border, make sure you're there for all the fun.