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New House Music Festival Unveils Full Lineup For Labor Day Weekend Debut At Union Park

CamelPhat, ZHU, Nicole Moudaber and Eric Prydz are scheduled to perform at the Sept. 4-5 festival in Union Park.

Camelphat is scheduled to perform at the inaugural ARC Music Festival in September.
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NEAR WEST SIDE — ARC Music Festival has unveiled a full roster of house and techno artists for its festival debut in Union Park.

ARC organizers have announced more than 50 musical acts for the fest, which is set for Labor Day weekend, Sept. 4-5, at 1501 W. Randolph St.

CamelPhat, ZHU, Nicole Moudaber and Eric Prydz are slated to perform. 

Tickets start at $229 for a general admission two-day pass. The event is for people 18 and over.

Scheduled performers:

  • Adam Beyer 
  • Cirez D
  • Bob Moses (Club Set) 
  • Camelphat
  • Channel Tres (DJ Set)
  • Cristoph
  • Deborah de Luca
  • Derrick Carter
  • DJ Heather
  • DJ Holographic
  • DJ Pierre
  • Eli & Fur
  • Eric Prydz
  • FISHER
  • Gene Farris
  • Hiroko Yamamura 
  • Hot Since 82
  • Idriss D
  • Layton Giordani
  • Lee Foss
  • Luciano
  • Luttrell
  • Mason Maynard
  • Mathame
  • Meduza
  • Nicole Moudaber
  • Patrick Topping
  • Seth Troxler
  • Steve Gerard
  • The Martinez Brother
  • Toni Varga
  • TSHA
  • Alissa.Jo 
  • Will Clarke
  • ZHU
  • Aathee 
  • Alex Kislov 
  • Arvii Mala
  • Avacado 
  • Blu 9 
  • Bobby De Maria 
  • Boots & Claps 
  • Bucky Fargo 
  • Carmen Fiorentino 
  • Cinna 
  • Corduroy Xavier
  • DJ Cross 
  • Dan O’Connor 
  • Danger Wayne 
  • Doc Pearson 
  • Dustin Sheridan 
  • GoodSex 
  • Inphinity 
  • L3XX 
  • Marea 
  • Nikho 
  • Richie Olivio 
  • Tsunami 

Last year, festivals, parades and neighborhood events came to a screeching halt in an effort to stop the spread of COVID-19. But the state is now allowing festivals, large events and conventions without capacity restrictions.

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