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A Rockin’ Time at Gem & Jam Music Festival

Big Gigantic at Gem & Jam 2020

After one-year hiatus, Gem & Jam Music Festival returned to the Pima County Fairgrounds this past January 31 – February 2, 2020, for its 13th year. The festival boasted over 50 musical acts across four stages and three days. In addition to the jams, Gem & Jam participants had the option to engage in a variety of activities including health and wellness classes, drum circles, live painting demonstrations, and interactive art installs.

The festival coincides with the annual Tucson Gem and Mineral show, which provides attendees another venue of entertainment. Shuttles run from Gem & Jam to Tucson to encourage festival-goers to check out the world renowned mineral show happening just a short drive from the festival. With multiple locations and every type of mineral under the sun, it was easy to get caught up perusing the overloaded gem displays for a few hours.

Staying true to a rich Arizona tradition, minerals were a major focal point of the festival. From the stage names and stage design to the art and vendors, everything was all gem all the time. The Emerald Stage had huge rough cut quartz points adorning the stage, while the the indoor Onyx Stage had an iridescent faux crystal point backdrop that created a cave-like environment.

Alongside all those gems were a ton of jams! With four alternating stages, the lineup left the Santa Rita foothills ringing all weekend. Measured by sheer crowd energy, earlier acts that proved to be a hit included Dirtwire, Manic Focus, and The Floozies. As the sun dropped below the rolling hills and the desert temperatures dropped, the evening jams grew heavy and participants who braved the chilly evenings were rewarded by impressive closing acts by Tipper, Big Gigantic, Mersiv, and Buku. Mersiv brought massive sound and energy to the Onxy Stage while Tipper delivered glitch-hop beats to the tightly packed crowd at the Emerald Stage.

While the musical acts are the festival’s main focus, there were plenty of live painters, sculptors, and artists with a background in everything from clay, glass, and woodworking showcasing their art at Gem & Jam. Brad Rhadwood, most famous for his trippy animal designs painted on wood, completing a live painting over the course of the weekend that was then auctioned off. Rhadwood also had a larger piece displayed near the Emerald Stage accompanied by a projector which helped entice attendees to stop and gaze at his creation.

We got our rocks off checking out art, minerals, and grooving to great tunes at Gem & Jam and are excited for the return in 2021! For the full photo gallery, check our album on Facebook.

Wet Electric 2020 Making Waves

Wet Electric 2020

Tempe, Arizona – Suit up for the 11th Anniversary of Wet Electric – the country’s largest waterpark music festival anchors its ship Saturday, April 25, 2020, at Big Surf Waterpark in Tempe, Arizona. Since releasing the first round lineup consisting of Deorro, Troyboi, and PAZ, there has been a ripple effect of good vibrations, which has reverberated back with a bevy of artists to make this the biggest Wet Electric to date. New to the pool: Party Favor; BIJOU; Born Dirty; Botnek; Matroda; Moon Boots; Sage Armstrong; Steady Rock, and Wuki. Presented by Activated Events and Relentless Beats, Wet Electric has showcased such artists as Benny Benassi, Tiesto, Eric Prydz, Dillon Francis, Diplo, Dada Life, RL Grime, Justin Jay, and more.

Big Surf Waterpark is located in Tempe, Arizona and features a 2.5 million gallon wave pool, which is the largest in the country. Wet Electric will be fans’ first chance to experience Big Surf for the season, which officially opens on May 9th. The event features world renowned artists and DJs, a floating stage, the largest wave-pool in the country, waterslides, luxury cabanas, bars and much more. Wet Electric is a truly unique experience as it combines the thrills of a waterpark along with the sights and sounds of an electronic music festival.

General Admission tickets are on sale now for $49 plus fees. VIP passes, as well as the Daybed and Cabana Packages are available starting at $149 plus fees. Lockers are available for rental at $14 plus fees. For full details and to purchase tickets visit www.wet-electric.com. Wet Electric is an 18 and over event.

Wet Electric is produced by Activated Events and Relentless Beats. Visit www.relentlessbeats.com for the most up-to-date information on Wet Electric and all Relentless Beats events. Stay connected on Instagram and Twitter at @RelentlessBeats and on Facebook at www.facebook.com/relentlessbeats.

Deadbeats Arizona Returns May 2, 2020

Deadbeats Arizona 2020

Phoenix, AZ – Relentless Beats will once again host Deadbeats Arizona, as a part of the Deadbeats global tour, Saturday, May 2, 2020 at The Park at Wild Horse Pass. Created as an extension of the Zeds Dead independent record label, Deadbeats the 10 date tour will carry forward Zeds Dead’s new vision for the future of electronic music and will connect passionate young creatives across the globe. The label recently released Zeds Dead presents: We Are Deadbeats Volume 04, featuring collaborations with a wealth of artists, several of which will be a part of various stops on the tour. The Deadbeats Arizona stop will feature: Zeds Dead; Rusko; Riot Ten; Blunts & Blondes; Lick; Level Up, and Chiief.

Launching this Spring and going through the first part of the summer, Deadbeats events are planned across North America and Europe showcasing various musical artists and special guests. Each event will have an innovative on-site design with state of the art production uniquely styled to create an enhanced experience for fans. Past features have included graffiti and art walls, old school arcades, locally curated food vendors and a skate park.

General Admission tickets will go on sale Friday, February 7, at 10 a.m. MST, starting at $35, plus fees. The Frontlines VIP Pit Pass is available for $85, plus fees and includes access to the pit, express entry and a commemorative lanyard. All details and ticket types are available online at www.relentlessbeats.com. For more information about Deadbeats, visit www.deadbeatsofficial.com. Deadbeats Arizona is an 18+ event.

Visit www.relentlessbeats.com for the most up-to-date information on all Relentless Beats events. Stay connected on Instagram and Twitter at @RelentlessBeats and on Facebook at www.facebook.com/relentlessbeats.

Phoenix Lights Makes Landing With Gryffin & Seven Lions

Phoenix Lights 2020 Phase 1

Phoenix, AZ – Traveling to another dimension in search of a new life-force that would take Phoenix Lights to the next level, Relentless Beats has returned with the next wave of artists to join the sixth annual festival, invading Wild Horse Pass, this April 3 – 4. The additions include: Alesso; Ben Bohmer (live); Borgore; Dr Fresch; G-Rex; Gryffin (DJ set); Kayzo; Monxx; Seven Lions; Solardo, and Spag Heddy. Previously announced artists include: Afrojack; MK; NGHTMRE, and Walker & Royce, with more set to join the lineup in the coming weeks. #PHXL2020.

The Park at Wild Horse Pass is a venue experience, specifically created with Relentless Beats and its events in mind. The custom built park situated at Wild Horse Pass in Chandler, Arizona, continues to be optimized in order to provide the best possible experience for the Valley’s biggest promoter of electronic dance music events. The park is situated adjacent to Rawhide Event Center, on an expanding grass plot able to handle the steady growth of Relentless Beats’ marquee events. Carrying the full support of the local community, The Park at Wild Horse Pass provides an experience that will be devoid of the sound and size restrictions that are often a hinderance at previous venues.

General Admission weekend passes for Phoenix Lights Festival are on sale now for $149, before fees. VIP weekend passes will be available at two levels: Standard VIP, including everything that a GA ticket provides, plus express VIP entrance, a commemorative lanyard, access to VIP lounge, access to the VIP pit, premium restrooms and passed desserts in the VIP areas. Platinum VIP includes everything that the Standard VIP pass includes, plus: four complimentary drinks, side stage viewing at the main stage, access to artist hospitality lounge, catered dinner, exclusive festival gift bag, and festival concierge. You must be 21+ to purchase Platinum VIP passes. All details and ticket types are available online at www.phoenixlightsfest.com and www.relentlessbeats.com. Phoenix Lights is an 18+ event.

The sixth annual Phoenix Lights Festival will take place at The Park at Wild Horse Pass, April 3 and 4, 2020. Produced by Relentless Beats, Arizona’s leading dance music and EDM additional artists will be announced in the coming weeks, as further transmissions are received. Visit www.phoenixlightsfest.com for the most up-to-date information. Stay connected on Instagram and Twitter at @PHXLightsFest and on Facebook at www.facebook.com/PhoenixLightsFestival.

Jauz & Audien Top 11th Annual CRUSH Lineup

CRUSH AZ 2020 Lineup

Phoenix, AZ – The 11th Annual Crush Arizona returns February 14, 2020, after a massive 10 year anniversary for the country’s best solution to the anti-Hallmark way to spend the holiday. Presented by Relentless Beats and Insomniac Events, the event will feature: Jauz; Audien; Carbin; Habstrakt, and Tynan with more to be announced..

Rawhide Event Center is situated on the Gila River Indian Community and is Arizona’s largest 1880s western-themed entertainment venue. Located just south of Phoenix, the venue is just 20 minutes from the Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport in Chandler, AZ. Producing a more elevated experience for the attendees, the venue now hosts several marquee Relentless Beats events, including; CRUSH, Phoenix Lights, Goldrush, ORIGINS, Deadbeats, and Decadence.

General Admission passes are on sale for $49, plus fees. VIP passes, with preferred front row viewing area, restrooms and express entry are available starting at $79. VIP is an 18+ area. Purchase tickets online at www.relentlessbeats.com. Crush Arizona is an 18 and over event.

Crush Arizona is produced by Relentless Beats and Insomniac Events. Visit www.relentlessbeats.com for the most up-to-date information on all Relentless Beats events. Stay connected on Twitter at www.twitter.com/RelentlessBeats and Facebook at www.facebook.com/RelentlessBeats.

Catch Griztronics at the Decadence AZ Grand Pavilion

Decadence AZ 2019 Grand Pavilion

Phoenix, AZ – With just weeks to go before we step into the next decade, Arizona’s biggest New Year’s celebration- Decadence has announced a series of updates to the sixth annual event. Beginning with the artists-by-stage lineup, which includes the addition of Arius; Atlast; Bardz; Ekonovah; Qlank, the US Debut of Tony Romera, and over 25 local acts, the festival is also introducing Weird & Wonderful a performance art concept that will not only excite, but inspire.

Lineup-By-Stage:

THE GRAND PAVILION: AC Slater; Blossom; Dillon Francis; Diplo; Galantis; Gerry Gonza; Griztronics (GRiZ b2b Subtronics); Illenium: Ascend Live; Joyryde; Skrillex; Tchami x Malaa: No Redemption, and Zeds Dead.

THE ROYAL CIRCUS: Adam Beyer; Ardalan; Arius; Bardz; Dab the Sky (Dabin b2b Said the Sky); Decadon; Ekonovah; Fisher; G Jones; Jamie Jones; Nora En Pure; Space Jesus; Tony Romera, and Whipped Cream.

THE PLAYHOUSE: Atlast; Qlank; 2Soon; Alaska; Avitas; Bigstabes; Cafe Caderas; Chief; Dark Mark; Disco Zombie; Elwer; Evan Allen; Fairydvst; Ghost Effect; Guilty; Housekneckt; Kody Black; Lance Fairchild; Lujan; Michael Hooker; Mike Dao; Mustache Sweat; Muzhak; Mykill; Orenda; Skelefriend; Slippe; Storytime; Stvtc; Voodreau; Youms, with surprise guest, and the Weird & Wonderful cast.

Along with a 3-channel silent disco featuring the above artists, The Playhouse will be home to a brand new performance arts-based concept- Weird & Wonderful. An immersive albeit unpredictable environment of circus performers, dancers, wild characters, and visual stimulus Weird & Wonderful gives Relentless Beats’ extended festival family an avenue to share their talents and passion for expressing themselves.

“Weird & Wonderful will not only make Decadence Arizona extra special for attendees but will also serve as a positive impact on the community,” says creative director Bri Lueder. “We invite people within the festival family to share their talents and passion, and inspire everyone around them to express themselves as we grow this concept at our events.”

General Admission passes for Decadence Arizona are on sale now for $209, before fees. VIP passes are available at two levels: Standard VIP, including everything that a GA ticket provides plus express VIP entrance, a commemorative lanyard, access to VIP lounge, access to VIP front row viewing, premium restrooms and passed desserts in the VIP areas. Platinum VIP includes everything that the Standard VIP pass includes, plus: complimentary drinks, side stage viewing, access to artist hospitality lounge, steakhouse quality dinner, exclusive festival gift bag, and festival concierge. You must be age 21 and up to purchase Platinum VIP passes. For full details and all ticket options, visit www.decadencearizona.com. Presented by Relentless Beats and Global Dance, Decadence Arizona will take place on December 30 and 31, 2019, at Rawhide Event Center in Chandler. This is an 18+ event.

Decadence Arizona, is produced by Relentless Beats and Global Dance. Visit www.relentlessbeats.com for the most up-to-date information on all Relentless Beats events. Stay connected on Twitter at www.twitter.com/RelentlessBeats and Facebook at www.facebook.com/RelentlessBeats.

Afrojack, MK, NGHTMRE, Walker & Royce at 6th Annual Phoenix Lights

Phoenix Lights 2019 Girls, Photo by luiscolato.com

Phoenix, AZ – It began nearly six years ago when Hardwell, Zeds Dead, Robin Schulz, and more invaded Downtown Phoenix. From there the transmissions grew in frequency and strength, sending names like Above & Beyond; Big Gigantic; Claude VonStroke; Diplo; Eric Prydz; Green Velvet; Gucci Mane; Illenium; Kaskade; San Holo; Seven Lions; Tiesto; Travis Scott; Vince Staples; ZHU, and more. And just as things seemed to be getting back to normal, the skies lit up again #PHXL2020…

Afrojack: The ‘in your face’ Dutch DJ and producer, is known as much for his collaborations with Beyoncé, David Guetta, Nicki Minaj, and Madonna as he is for the remix creations that have made him a festival favorite.

MK: This deep house, techno DJ’s career, is one of a journeyman, maintaining strong roots in Detroit while having worked with a diverse collection of major artists across hip-hop, R&B, and pop.

NGHTMRE: NGHTMRE’s resume hosts a slew of successful music and star-studded collaborations includinghis explorative “Magic Hour” EP with Pell the trippy “Another Dimension” with Dillon Francis “Save Yourself” with the Chainsmokers, “Like That” with Big Gigantic, and “TTM” with Wiz Khalifa and PnB Rock. His remixes of Ekali and ZHU’s “Blame” and Flosstradamus ft. Smokepurpp’s “MVP” are equally as compelling, as if everything NGHTMRE touches.

Walker & Royce: If nothing else can be said about this NYC-based duo, their sound is signature, producing a blend of dance-forward house that works well on the Dirtybird roster and has gained favor by DJs the world over.

General Admission weekend passes for Phoenix Lights Festival are on sale now for $129, before fees. VIP weekend passes will be available at two levels: Standard VIP, including everything that a GA ticket provides, plus express VIP entrance, a commemorative lanyard, access to VIP lounge, access to the VIP viewing deck, premium restrooms and passed desserts in the VIP areas. Platinum VIP includes everything that the Standard VIP pass includes, plus: four complimentary drinks, side stage viewing at the main stage, access to artist hospitality lounge, catered dinner, exclusive festival gift bag, and festival concierge. You must be 21+ to purchase Platinum VIP passes. All details and ticket types are available online at www.phoenixlightsfest.com and www.relentlessbeats.com. Phoenix Lights is an 18+ event.

The sixth annual Phoenix Lights Festival will take place at The Park at Wild Horse Pass, April 3 and 4, 2020. Produced by Relentless Beats, Arizona’s leading dance music and EDM additional artists will be announced in the coming weeks, as further transmissions are received. Visit www.phoenixlightsfest.com for the most up-to-date information. Stay connected on Instagram and Twitter at @PHXLightsFest and on Facebook at www.facebook.com/PhoenixLightsFestival.

Gem & Jam 2020 Drops 2nd Phase Lineup

Gem and Jam 2020 Phase 2

Tucson, ArizonaGem & Jam Festival continues to march forward towards making this its biggest year yet, since announcing it would return to the beautiful, desert setting of Pima County Fairgrounds, January 31 through February 2, 2020. The three-day music, art, performance, and gem & mineral festival that has added a mix of all-star talent and burgeoning artists destined to be highlights. Second round artists include a Gem & Jam Grateful Dead Tribute, featuring: Michael Travis, Jason Hann, Eric Krasno, Mihali Savoulidis, Reed Mathis, and Todd Stoops; Michal Menert; Pink Talking Fish; M3GA-SCOPES; Albert Huxley; Asyouwere; Atom; Blessit; Deuz Yeux; Dirty Nabz; Dusted; Eons; Ill Divo; Jaybird; JXCHRISTO; Kate Riles; Kiitos; Kip Killagain; Kody Black; Louis IV; Nastyhumanz; Prism Shank; PVPI FRVNKO; Ratchet Noir; Slick Floyd; Smoakland; Soulular, and Sunn Rays.

Previously announced artists for the 13th annual Gem & Jam includes: Tipper; Big Gigantic; The Floozies; Twiddle; Billy Strings; Desert Hearts Takeover, featuring Mikey Lion, Marbs, RYBO and Lubelski; TH3, featuring Michael Travis, Jason Hann and Kyle Hollingsworth (String Cheese Incident) and Matt Hill (The Floozies); Manic Focus; Dirtwire; Desert Dwellers; Thriftworks; Bluetech; Buku; Christian Martin (Dirtybird, TAT); Kyle Hollingsworth Band; Marvel Years; Mersiv; SoDown; Ana Sia; Balken Bump; Cofresi; Cycles; Daily Bread; Eminence Ensemble; Kitchen Dwellers; Late Night Radio; Megan Hamilton; Mystic Grizzly; Nobide; Saqi; Supertask; Tenth Mountain Division; Adem Joel; Autonomix; The Bennu; Dollarsine; Endoplasmic; The Flying Skulls; Funkstatik; Glass Cannon; Gonzofuze; M-Q; Party People; Safi’s Lab; Scott Nice; Since Juleye, and Smokovich. The entertainment will continue to grow as we enter 2020, hosting a flurry of talent across three stages, plus special late-night sets, gem and mineral exhibits, art galleries, painters, dancers, daytime workshops, and much more.

Located on 640 acres and just 20 miles south of downtown Tucson, the Pima County Fairgrounds is surrounded by nature and resides in a desert environment, creating an expansive setting perfect for Gem & Jam. The multi-stage music and arts festival will be expanding on its experience with world-class visuals, unique stage designs, artist galleries, live paintings, experiential installations, daytime workshops, gem and mineral vendors, and much more.

General Admission tickets are on sale now for $179, plus fees. VIP passes are available, including everything that a GA ticket provides plus: VIP Main Stage Viewing Area, access to VIP lounge with complimentary snacks and beverages, VIP bathrooms, a VIP laminate and lanyard, commemorative poster, VIP Grassroots California’ hat, VIP pin, and keychain. Hotel and ticketing options and payment plans, and pay with friends are available.

Camping options are available starting at free walk-in camping with a $20 parking fee, car camping and RV options with hookups. Additionally, Gem & Jam offers two elevated camping experiences- Ready Set Camping and the Camping Bundle ticket. With Ready Set Camping, you can experience the future in insulated shift pods, made of composite fabric that keeps you cool during the day and warm into the night. The ticket includes an inflatable mattress, bedding, furniture, a space heater, electricity, and sleeps two comfortably. For those looking to travel light and take the thinking out of camping, Gem & Jam offers a pre-prepped Camping Bundle, which includes all the essentials two people could need- a tent for two, one lantern, two flashlights, pillows, sleeping bags, and a queen size inflatable mattress. Any leftover camping items will be donated to Youth on their Own, a dropout prevention program that supports the high school graduation and continued success of homeless, unaccompanied youth in Pima County, Arizona.

Gem & Jam is produced by Fog City Productions, Legion of Bloom Music, and Mammoth Music Group. Visit www.gemandjam.com for the most up-to-date information. Stay connected on Facebook at www.facebook.com/GemAndJam, Twitter at www.twitter.com/GemJamFestival, and on Instagram at www.instagram.com/GemAndJamFestival. For all ticketing options visit, www.gemandjam.com. Gem & Jam Festival is an all-ages event.

Countdown to Decadence AZ 2019

Decadence AZ 2019 Lineup

Phoenix, AZ – Hyping fans up with the late summer announcement of Dillion Francis; Diplo; Illenium: Ascend Live; Skrillex and Tchami x Malaa: No Redemption as headliners, followed by a cryptic post-Goldrush rumor of a New Year’s Eve performance by GriztronicsDecadence AZ, aka “Arizona’s Biggest New Year’s Eve Celebration” is rounding out its lineup with a final batch of artists. Previously announced: AC Slater; Adam Beyer; Blossom; Fisher; Galantis; Gerry Gonza; G Jones; Jamie Jones; Joyrde; Nora En Pure; Space Jesus, and Zeds Dead will be joined by Ardalan; Dab the Sky (Dabin b2b Said the Sky); Decadon, and Whipped Cream. Presented by Relentless Beats and Global Dance, the sixth annual festival will take place on December 30 and 31, 2019, at Rawhide Event Center in Chandler.

MONDAY, DECEMBER 30: AC Slater; Adam Beyer; Blossom; Dab the Sky (Dabin b2b Said the Sky); Dillon Francis; Illenium: Ascend Live; Jamie Jones; Nora En Pure; Skrillex; Space Jesus; Tchami x Malaa: No Redemption, and Whipped Cream.

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 31: Ardalan; Decadon; Diplo; Fisher; Galantis; Gerry Gonza; G Jones; Griztronics (GRiZ b2b Subtronics); Joyride, and Zeds Dead.

Earlier this year, Relentless Beats tapped its fans to assist with the overall experience by opening up a survey to have their voices heard. Features being implemented to improve on the guest experience include reconfiguration of the main stage area to create more dance floor space, additional entry and exit points, added water stations and heated areas, increased flooring throughout the event, and capacity control measures to ensure a more comfortable and enjoyable experience.

General Admission passes for Decadence Arizona are on sale now for $209, before fees. VIP passes are available at two levels: Standard VIP, including everything that a GA ticket provides plus express VIP entrance, a commemorative lanyard, access to VIP lounge, access to VIP front row viewing, premium restrooms and passed desserts in the VIP areas. Platinum VIP includes everything that the Standard VIP pass includes, plus: complimentary drinks, side stage viewing, access to artist hospitality lounge, steakhouse quality dinner, exclusive festival gift bag, and festival concierge. You must be age 21 and up to purchase Platinum VIP passes. For full details and all ticket options, visit www.decadencearizona.com. Decadence Arizona is an 18+ event.

Decadence Arizona is produced by Relentless Beats and Global Dance. Visit www.relentlessbeats.com for the most up-to-date information on all Relentless Beats events. Stay connected on Twitter at www.twitter.com/RelentlessBeats and on Facebook at www.facebook.com/RelentlessBeats.

Eureka! We Struck Festival Gold at Arizona’s Goldrush 2019

Dr. Fresch at Goldrush 2019

Yee-haw Cowpokes, Goldrush is back in town! Relentless Beats‘ 3rd annual Goldrush returned to Rawhide Western Town and Event Center for two days this past September 27-28, 2019. The event boasted four stages, 40+ musical acts and several individual experiences ranging from General Admission to Platinum VIP, which included private meet and greets, complimentary drinks, steakhouse dinner, raised viewing deck, front-row viewing, air-conditioned bathrooms, gift bag, and chances to hang with your favorite artists in the Platinum Lounge.

Located just outside Phoenix, the venue provided the perfect backdrop for this western-themed festival. The quaint American frontier replica town combined with the mechanical bull amplified the feeling of the Wild West and invited participants to join the theme. The jail housed partner GreenPharms, a medical dispensary, where attendees had the chance to pick up some killer swag, get a picture taken while locked in the jail cell, or sign up to win an Arizona medical card for a year. The shooting gallery was free to play and would catch a few festival goers who were changing stages or looking for a way to kill time before the next act. Keeping true to the theme, attendees could be seen rocking everything from cowboy boots and chaps to light-up fuzzy coats and nothing but glitter.

Although Goldrush is a relatively new festival, the lineup was nothing short of impressive. Some noteworthy acts from the weekend included a sax heavy set from Zhu, vibrant visuals from Oliver Heldens, straight up filth and grime from Shlump and a bass blow-out from retired NBA legend Shaquille O’Neal, performing as DJ Diesel. The 7’1’ DJ Diesel joined the crowd toward the end of his set and moshed alongside festival goers and even lifted a rail-riding 5ft girl into the air like she was a paper doll. DJ Diesel also made a point to meet, shake hands, exchange hugs, and grab a few quick selfies with festival goers after he climbed out of the mosh pit and walked backstage. His set seemed to be a crowd favorite and even Dr. Fresch was spotted on stage during Shaq’s set dancing around and hyping up the crowd while wearing a sombrero.

The visuals were intense with many amazing light and video productions, but what was really breathtaking were the views from the venue of the natural landscape and mountain sunsets. It was blissful to be vibing along to great music while watching the sun disappear behind the Phoenix mountains.

Don’t forget to shine those boots and we will catch you cowpokes at next year’s hoedown!

For photo coverage from Goldrush 2019, check out our Facebook photo album.