Wet Electric announces full lineup for the country’s largest water park music festival
Presented by Activated Presents and Relentless Beats, Wet Electric returns Saturday, April 29, 2017, to Big Surf Waterpark in Tempe, Arizona.
After making a big splash announcing Diplo as the headliner to the 7th edition of the country’s largest water park music festival, Wet Electric continues to make waves, introducing Borgore, Audien, Anna Lunoe and Yookie to the lineup.
Additionally, the Relentless Beats premiere house, techno, and underground brand, RBDeep, will host a stage during the festival boasting performances from some of the biggest names in the scene. Artists slated to take the RBDeep Stage include: AC Slater, Jimmy Edgar, Justin Jay, Kill Frenzy and Wax Motif.
The RBDeep stage was introduced at last year’s Global Dance Festival and will make its return during Phoenix Lights, April 8-9th, at Margaret T. Hance Park.
Big Surf Waterpark is located in Tempe, Arizona and features a 2.5 million gallon wavepool, which is the largest in the country. Wet Electric will be fans’ first chance to experience Big Surf for the season, which officially opens on May 6th.
The event features world renowned artists and DJs, the largest wavepool in the country, waterslides, luxury cabanas, bars and much more.
Wet Electric is a truly unique experience as it combines the thrills of a waterpark along with the sights and sounds of an electronic music festival.
General Admission tickets are on sale now for $55 plus fees. VIP passes, as well as the Super Party Pack Daybed Packages, Big Wave Cabana Packages and Big Baller Packages are available starting at $99 plus fees.
Lockers are available for rental at $15 plus fees. VIP is a 21+ area. For full details and to purchase tickets visit www.wet-electric.com. Wet Electric is an 18 and over event. Wet Electric is produced by Activated Presents and Relentless Beats.
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