Euphoria Fest is only a day away! Grab your schedule, pack your camping gear, and get ready for a weekend of music out in the Hill Country. Dance the night away at a silent disco, wake up early for some morning yoga, or peruse the festival grounds for one-of-a-kind art instillations.
At Euphoria, there’s something for everyone. Check out these 5 awesome acts that will be performing this weekend at the festival.
The funky quintent from the Crescent City has huge following in Austin and rightfully so with sold-out performances their last few times in town. They’ve shared the stage with big names like Galactic, Lettuce, Dumpstaphunk, and Big Gigantic as well as performed at large festivals such as Wakarusa and Bear Creek.
You’re in store for a treat this weekend; Earphunk has two slots reserved for Euphoria Fest. Check them out on Friday at 4:45 and on Saturday at 9:45 for a special Daft Phunk set. It’s their spin on Daft Punk hits in live, funky acoustics.
With an unlimited spectrum of sound, there isn’t a genre that Dimitri’s Ascent doesn’t graze. From blue grass, jazz, and rock, to electronica, disco, and funk, it’s a rainbow of music with electronic and acoustic elements that are pleasing to the ears. Their success in making music that everyone can enjoy is a difficult feat that not many have replicated. The Austin-based jam band has become a local favorite and is on the rise to bigger and better things.
Don’t miss Dimitri’s Ascent on Friday at 7:30 at the Dragonfly Ampitheater.
Hailing from Atlanta, Toters now calls Austin home. With a great authentic sound, his music is raw, with inspiration spawning from his dirty south roots melting with his life experiences outside his hometown. He’s a breath of fresh air in the saturated music scene most fans are used to hearing.
Make sure to check him out on Friday at 7:45 at the Silent Disco stage.
Rather than conforming themselves into one genre, Boombox sees themselves as an experience, left up to the fan’s imagination as to what exactly that sound is. From all accounts, they’re a perfect electronic blend of psychedelic rock, funky house, and good, old-fashioned blues. The duo is comprised of the talented instrumentalist Russ Randolph and singer/songwriter Zion Rock Godchaux, a literal lovechild of the Grateful Dead.
Don’t miss Boombox on at Friday at 11:45 at the unearth tent.
Take a break from all the typical EDM and enjoy a set with Beats Antique. From tribal fusion belly dancing to hip-hop, jazz, and down tempo, they’re blend of new and old inspirations that’s both a visual and audial experience.
Beats Antique hits the stage Friday at 10:45.