Finally! After all the anticipation and festive outfit planning for Lucky 2014, we can now plan our night based around the set times. There will be three stages, just like most of the recent USC festivals at WaMu. Here’s a bit about each stage so you know what to expect:
Main Stage: The Lucky Arena
Stage 2: End Of The Rainbow
If you want to delve into some rich progressive and trance vibes, we recommend checking out the second stage, End Of The Rainbow. There you will experience vibrant, euphoric tunes from the best in the biz like Michael Woods, Juventa, Norin & Rad, Heatbeat, and closing out the stage will be Shogun.
Stage 3: Leprechaun’s Lair
The final stage is all about the rare breeds, appropriately titled Leprechaun’s Lair. Here you will find music unlike anything you’ve heard before, even if you are already fans of these artists. If you want a fresh, fusion-filled aura of sounds this Lucky season, we recommend Leprechaun’s Lair and getting close-up for acts like Bro Safari, Candyland, Kill Paris, GTA, and the closer, glitch-monster Griz.
However you decide to do Lucky, make sure you make the most of it, and say thank you to the Conscious Crew and the USC staff for continuing to bring us the best artists from around the world. Below is the festival map, so get planning and have a Lucky and eventful St. Paddy’s Day Weekend!
Can’t decide what to wear? Is money super tight after buying your ticket? Check out Lucky 2014 On A Budget: For Ravers Trying To Save Some Green!
Not going this year? This oughta lift your spirits. Check out the Best Lucky Photobombs from last year’s festival!
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