“Get Lucky” with This Year’s Artists and the Views of Salt Lake City

Feature Photo by Devin Orlando of Festival Squad | Written by Taylor Dickason

On March 13th and 14th, Get Lucky Festival makes its way back to the Great Saltair! If you are looking for a St. Patrick’s Day-themed festival, then this is one you won’t want to miss. Get Lucky Fest is hosted by V2 Presents, the leading company for electronic music events in Utah. V2 always brings a high level of production and a very diverse lineup to every event they host. And Get Lucky is no exception to this! 

This year’s Get Lucky Fest lineup brings in artists of all genres!

GET LUCKY FESTIVAL LINEUP ARTWORK BY V2 PRESENTS. HELD ON MARCH 13 & 14 AT THE GREAT SALTAIR. ARTISTS IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER: 4B, ARDALAN, CUT SNAKE, DILLON FRANCIS, DODGE & FUSKI, EDX, ETC! ETC!, FISHER, GETTER, GOOD TIMES AHEAD, J.PHILIP, JULLIETTE, JUSTIN JAY, JVNA, KILL THE NOISE, LIL TEXAS, LIQUID STRANGER, MALAA, MEZRAH, NATE LOWPASS, NORA EN PURE, NVIA, ODD MOB, SIR KUTZ, VALENTINO KHAN AND YETEP.

A few artists like 4B and Good Times Ahead (GTA) actually blend the lines and play music from multiple genres. Lil Texas is here to represent hardstyle/hardcore, which you don’t hear a lot of in the United States. If you haven’t experienced hardstyle before or want to experience a high-energy set, I would recommend checking him out! You’ll want to catch Liquid Stranger if you enjoy “melty bass.” He’s planning on retiring one of his most iconic tracks, “Dragonhawks,” so it’s even more reason to catch this set. There’s also a few dubstep artists for attendees to get their fill of bass, including Kill the Noise and ETC! ETC! While the lineup includes artists from all genres, there’s definitely a heavy presence of house music. This includes Valentino Khan, FisherMalaa, EDX, Ardalan and Nora En Pure

Apart from the diverse lineup, Get Lucky Fest is a “must not miss” festival because of its location.

Salt Lake City is located in the valley of the Wasatch mountains, which present incredible views any time of the year. In every direction, the mountains are right in your face. Festival goers can soak up the natural views during the day before being wowed by artists at night. During March, it’s a great time to venture up into the mountains and snowboard or ski all day before dancing all night. You can also use the day to check out some nearby hiking trails like Antelope Island or the Bonneville Shoreline Trail. If you want to take in the views without the hikes, the Salt Flats has a stunning view of the lake and mountains! All in all, Salt Lake City has many things for festival goers to do outside of the festival itself.

So if you’re looking for a festival to attend that will also allow you to explore in nature, get your tickets to Get Lucky and start planning for your Salt Lake City adventure!

If you haven’t gotten your tickets yet and want to have a weekend full of luck in Salt Lake City, follow this link here in order to be one step closer to your pot of gold. Not convinced? Check out our recap video from last year!

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