5 acts you can’t miss at North Coast Music Festival this year
Yes it is that time of year again, Windy City’s very own summer-closing festival – North Coast Music festival will be held at Union Park from September 2nd through the 4th. Featuring an incredible line up that stretches from Matt and Kim all the way to Bassnectar. Unlike other major festivals, North Coast Music Festival prides itself on intimate crowds where EDM lovers can enjoy the experience on a more personal level.
Below we present you with the 5 acts you can’t miss at North Coast Music Festival this year.
Swedish duo Christian Karlsson and Linus Eklö will be gracing Chicago with their presence on the first day of North Coast. Know for their knack in creating melodic progressive house tracks, these two will for sure put on a show you’ll never forget. Their newest track “No Money” has been featured in sets at festivals all over the globe this past couple months.
#4 Sam Feldt
Dutch tropical house maestro Sam Feldt will also be present at North Coast this year. His unique sound is packed with good vibes and will definitely bring you to your happy place. His newest single “Summer On You” and the track he released earlier this year “Shadows of Love” have become new radio favorites. Be sure to catch his set on Sunday.
If you’re looking for a set that is jam packed with high-energy singalong tracks, look no further. With multiple chart topping tracks (“Clarity”, “Stay the Night”, “I want you to know”) and a Top Dance/Electronic Album (True Colors), Zedd will provide you with a most radio-friendly performance.
Hailing from Norway, Matoma’s signature tropical house sounds will put a perfect ending to your summer. With notable tracks such as “False Alarm”, “Running Out”, and “Stick Around”, Matoma has really broken into the mainstream EDM scene. Check him out at the festival on Sunday.
Rejoice Bassheads, Bassnectar will be playing the closing set on Saturday. In light of recent incident at Commerce City, residents claimed they could hear the “noise” from the concert miles away. You can be certain you are in for a bass-packed performance.