BREAKING: Disco Donnie’s inaugural Ubbi Dubbi gets called night one for flash thunderstorm
The universe must be saying something. Hazardous weather conditions have struck once again upon one of Disco Donnie‘s expertly-planned and curated events. This time, it was the company’s Dallas-Ft. Worth comeback event, Ubbi Dubbi, that took the blow when high winds, thunderstorms, and monsoon rainstorms swept the crowd out early on night one.
During the evening’s closing sets — Galantis at the Ubbi stage and Zeds Dead at the Dubbi stage — rain droplets started creeping in with euphoric delight. Then, after 15 minutes, they turned to waterfalls as event organizers took to the stages telling attendees to seek shelter in an orderly fashion.
The Texas springtime is known to be unpredictable, but this certainly seems to be a predictable pattern for Disco Donnie. No word yet on whether tomorrow’s festivities will be called as events are still unfolding in real time. But, knowing Texas weather, things can turn around in a heartbeat. We’re hopeful for a second day full of sunny skies.
UPDATE: The festival is still set to move forward as planned for day two, with Illenium, Chris Lake, What So Not, Slander, and more.
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