Deadmau5 Tops Off the Line Up for Seismic Fall
Austin’s premiere boutique house and techno festival Seismic Dance Event is returning for its 6.0 edition this November at Concourse Project. Beginning on November 10, the boutique event brings a stacked lineup for three full days of music.
Headliners for the 2023 edition kick off the most impressive Seismic lineup to date Deadmau5 and Kaskade lead a lineup of some of the hottest names and innovators currently in the genre. Kaskade will be performing a “Redux” set, his ode to underground house music. Black Book Records heavyweight and super producer Chris Lake rounds out the list of headliners.
Veterans of the global dance scene will make their presence felt at Seismic this year, featuring AREA10 label boss MK, the iconic sounds of German producers Boys Noize and Loco Dice, and Dirtybird favorites Walker & Royce.
The heavier strains of techno have become a staple of the Seismic experience, which will come courtesy of breakout sensation Anfisa Letyago, relentless techno duo 999999999, German-born Klangkuenstler, and the hit-making Space 92. The more melodic variations of the 4/4 sound will be presented by Korolova, Franky Wah, Stephan Jolk, and Fideles.
DJ Tennis and Carlita’s Astra Club project pushes the lineup into the avant-garde, while the booms of the new house wave are felt from Australian export Wax Motif, chart-topper Eli Brown, and Norwegian brothers KREAM, plus Chris Stussy, VNSSA, Mau P, Azzecca, and Pawsa.
Seismic Dance Event will have two main stages, both indoor and outdoor – Volcano and Tsunami – each having their own distinct production elements and curation. Art installations, food trucks, and a multitude of surprises throughout the venue further Seismic’s position as the region’s most immersive electronic event to date.
Tickets are now available for the event and can be purchased on the Seismic website here
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