Festival goers, we’ve got year two of Goldrush Music Festival under our belts. To say the very least, the pop-up western town did not disappoint. The two-day festival hosted several unique stages and a wide array of artists for another unforgettable weekend in the middle of the desert.
Between the rain and the dust, acts from Vince Staples to Louis the Child offered exactly what was promised. Colorful costumes, firework displays, and LED-lit stages brought the crowd together for an EDM-filled weekend. The production value is killer at this festival, with the Pioneer Peak stage taking the top spot.
Day one saw jaw-dropping sets from Said The Sky, Chris Lake, Slushii, Disciple, Deadmau5, and more.
The people of Goldrush are unapologetic, allowing themselves to let loose and be who they want to be. That’s the beauty of music festivals; judgement flies to the wind and acceptance is felt at every turn.
The fantastical, fun atmosphere came full circle with late night rides on the ferris wheel, Deadmau5 lookalike’s, and unique totems at every set.
Case in point; Goldrush Music Festival is here to stay. Relentless Beats has proven time and time again that they know how to put on a show. It’s clear that bassheads will stay loyal to this fest in the wild, wild west. Who’s ready for next year?