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Paradiso Festival: Size Matters

03:01 PM Tuesday 6/5/12 | |

Proudly proclaiming itself to be the “largest electronic festival ever in the Pacific Northwest,” the Paradiso Festival is ready to welcome you.

Described as where “digital meets nature,” the first-ever Paradiso Festival takes over the Gorge Amphitheatre near Quincy, Wash., June 23.

The lineup is filled with artists you’d expect when promoters say their event is the “largest … ever.” Avicii, Afrojack, Above & Beyond, Knife Party and Excision are just some of the acts appearing. You also get Digitalism performing a DJ set plus Craze, Dillon Francis, Dodge & Fuski, Donald Glaude and more.

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    Webster Bank Arena, Bridgeport, Conn.
    April 17, 2012

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Presented by USC Events and Live Nation, the Paradiso Festival promises to be one gigantic party combining state-of-the-art audio and video, amusement park rides and more. It all adds up to 12 hours of fun spread out over three stages and combining electronica with the natural beauty that the Gorge Amphitheatre is known for.

“With the global explosion of the evolving dance music culture, it was a natural progression for us to bring that energy and excitement to the Gorge,” Live Nation Seattle president Jeff Trisler said. “Paradiso is the next step for us in transforming the Gorge into a world class festival site.”

General admission and VIP tickets are still available. And yes, camping is an option. Visit ParadisoFestival.com for more information.


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