Phoenix Lights Festival Announces Headliners Kaskade, DJ Snake, Eric Prydz & Excision in 2-day Festival



Eric Prydz, DJ Snake, Excision, Illenium,  Ephwurd, Dr. Fresch, SNBRN, Tritonal, Bakermat, Marc Kinchen, Claude VonStroke, Ghastly, Cut Snake, Drezo, 4B, Bijou, Ryan Collins and More Added to the Lineup


Tier One Tickets Sold Out; Tier Two and Single Day Tickets Available Now


Phoenix, AZ (February 23, 2016) – Keeping to its pledge to make this year twice as big, Phoenix Lights has announced the second round of artists for the annual event. Presented by Relentless Beats, the now two-day music festival taking place in Downtown Phoenix on April 2 – 3, 2016, includes a roster of over 20 artists, with new talent being added daily. Newly announced headliners include: Eric Prydz, who recently released his debut full length, Opus; Shazam chart dominating terror, DJ Snake; Excision, touring behind his visually stunning production tour The Paradox Live; Illenium, whose week old release Ashes sits atop the electronic music charts; and Ephwurd, a.k.a. the brainchild of bass heavyweights, Datsik and Bais Haus. Also joining previously announced artists: Kaskade; Black Tiger Sex Machine, Jai Wolf, Yellow Claw and Troyboi, include: Dr. Fresch; SNBRN; Tritonal; Bakermat; Marc Kinchen; Claude VonStroke; Ghastly; Cut Snake; Drezo; 4B; Bijou and Ryan Collins. More artists to be announced in the coming weeks.

“I can’t help but look at the lineup we have and feel like we are building something massive for our fans,” says Relentless Beats founder Thomas Turner. “Phoenix Lights is going to be something people are talking about for a long time to come.”

The multi-stage festival will be held at Margaret T. Hance Park, an urban setting in Downtown Phoenix. The 32-acre park located on the “deck” over the Interstate Highway 10 Papago Freeway Tunnel, between 5th Ave. and 3rd Street, is the home of the Japanese Friendship Garden, Irish Cultural Center, McClelland Irish Library, Phoenix Center for the Arts, and Burton Barr Central Library. First dedicated in 1992, the park is located near the Central Station METRO Light Rail and bus transfer stations and is surrounded by libraries, museums, educational facilities, and the arts district. Building off of this momentum, fans can expect top-level talent, cutting edge visuals, unique stage design, interactive experiential installations and more.

General Admission tickets are available now starting at $109 for a two-day pass. Tier 2 VIP passes, with preferred main stage viewing area, bottle service, restrooms and separate entrance are available starting at $179 for a two-day pass. Single day tickets are now available for Saturday and Sunday, at $69 and $59 respectively. Tickets are available online at and Phoenix Lights Festival is for ages 18 and over.


Phoenix Lights Festival is produced by Relentless Beats. Visit for the most up-to-date information. Stay connected on Twitter at and on Facebook at

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