Breakaway To The Corona Electric Beach Stage

Featured photo by Eric Cunningham

A Traveling Stage

The Corona Electric Beach Stage has made its way across the country hosting talented DJs at various locations and music festivals for the last few years. This year the Corona Electric Beach Stage has already been set up in cities including Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Denver, Dallas, Chicago, Miami, and still has a few remaining stops. This stage has also already been to four music festivals including EDC Vegas, Hard Summer, Spring Awakening, and last weekend at Breakaway! Don’t worry, you still have a few chances to experience this stage at a couple different locations including one more festival! This stage does a fantastic job of bringing a tropical beach theme to every show making this a can’t miss experience! 

photo by Enew

A Full Experience

Breakaway music festival is this country’s largest multi city music festival taking place in four different cities including Grand Rapids, MI, Charlotte, NC, Nashville, TN, and this past weekend in Columbus, OH! Located just outside of MAPFRE Stadium, Breakaway Columbus featured two music stages, a number of craft and food vendors, as well as plenty of places to get a cold alcoholic beverage! This year out of the two stages one definitely stole the show aesthetically and it wasn’t the main stage. That’s right, the Corona Electric Beach Stage was technically the side stage but it stole the show in more than one way. This stage featured a couple LED lined lightning bolts that lit up the stage and crowd as well as a number of other LED sections. This stage also features various pyrotechnics and smoke machines that go off in sync with the music. The stage also transports people to the beach by adding tons of sand, giant beach chairs, palm trees, and a laid back sea-side vibe. On top of all the visual perks of this amazing stage, you can’t forget about all of the phenomenal DJs that took the stage this weekend. Artists including PLS & TY, Wax Motif, Chet Porter, Walker & Royce, and AC Slater were just some of the DJs that performed there this weekend. The Corona Electric Beach Stage is a little smaller in size allowing for a more intimate setting. You’re not going to want to miss the remaining DJs scheduled to take over this epic stage! 

photo by Eric Cunningham

Whats Next?

Don’t stress out if you haven’t had the opportunity to check out the Corona Electric Beach Stage yet this year because there are still a hand full of chances to see it! The Corona Electric Beach Stage will be set up at three different venues and one other music festival! Remaining dates for the set up includes September 28th in Washington D.C. with Cheat Codes then again on September 29th in Brooklyn, NY with Tiga! A few weeks later the Corona Electric Beach Stage will move a little farther south a few weeks later for a set in Atlanta, GA with Dombresky on October 12th! Finally, the finale of the year, from November 8th-11th the Corona Electric Beach Stage will be set up at EDC Orlando to host a number of very talented musicians throughout the weekend! 

photo by Enew




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