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February 06, 2018 | 0 COMMENTS

Lucky Festival is the biggest St. Patrick’s Day party here in the Pacific Northwest. It brings people from all over to gather for one reason: to experience fantastic DJ’s in an immersive atmosphere provided by USC Events. This year, Lucky is back at The Tacoma Dome in Tacoma, Washington (about 30 min south of Seattle). 

lucky festival birds eye view scenery

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Lucky includes three stages, art installations, extravagant performers and Lucky’s very own: Clover Park. Clover Park is a playground designed within the Tacoma Dome. In years past, it has had teeter totters, a giant Lite-Brite, a tree made of dum-dums and it’s all surrounded by turf, creating the perfect child-like wonderland.

rave girl at lucky festival art installation

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To find the headbangers and bass bunnies, you’ll need to follow the sounds of bone-rattling bass to the Leprechaun’s Lair. Keep your ears open for Spag Heddy, Getter and Andy C. this year. Since Seattle is the Bass Capital, this stage is guaranteed to be nothing short of amazing.

green stage at lucky festival

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The main stage, also known as “The Lucky Arena”, has been home to some of the biggest names in dance music and will likely include Flux Pavillion, Carnage and Jauz this year. USC Events always goes above and beyond with designing their stages, and main stage always seems to take my breath away.

colorful strobe lights on lucky festival stage

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Finally, we have “Bliss: The End of the Rainbow”. This particular stage holds a very special place in my heart. Previously, this stage has hosted artists showcases such as Anjunabeats & The Future Sound of Egypt, and was just referred to as “The End of the Rainbow.” This year USC gave Bliss, USC’s trance event, a home at Lucky. I attended the first two years of Bliss and they were immaculate. The stage production, lasers, the artists, and the people that attended those events made Bliss something to look forward too. Now that Bliss lives at Lucky, it’s going to be hard to get me away from this stage. The lineup for this stage (pictured below) is so diverse in the trance world, from Sneijder to Ørjan Nilsen; Bliss: End of The Rainbow has everything my heart desires.

Lucky festival 2018 line up teaser

The full lineup was just released and it’s nothing short of amazing. Headlines like Jauz and Flux Pavillion are sure to draw people from all over the PNW. Can’t wait to see you all in March!

Lucky festival 2018 line up



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