July Must-See EDM Shows 2019

We might only be halfway through June, but that means you should get your tickets for those amazing July must-see EDM shows. There are a few festivals as well that you don’t want to miss!

So make sure to get your tickets now and request those days off of work.

Be sure to check out what is left for June shows!

July Must-See EDM Shows 2019

Shows

3rd – Flosstradamus at Exchange LA

5th – Said the Sky at the Hollywood Palladium

5th – Jeffery Sutorius at Academy LA. Tickets range from $25-90

6th – Fisher outside in Los Angeles

6th – Subculture at the Hollywood Palladium

12th – Hard Summer Blackout Tour Fasstradamus with 4B at the Fillmore Auditorium in Denver

26th – Joyride at the Hollywood Palladium

Now those are the shows, but we definitely can’t forget about the festivals.

Festivals

Project Z – A one day festival at the Nos Event Center in San Bernadino, CA presented by Bassrush and Basscon. Project Z takes place July 6th with a great lineup of Borgore, DJ The Prophet, Gammer B2B K?D, Geo, Mastadon, and many more.

Audiotistic – A two day festival in the Bay Area from July 13th to July 14th. As an Insomniac festival you are always in for a great lineup and an amazing experience. Some of the DJ’s performing are Tiesto, Kayzo, Illenium, Allison Wonderland, Boombox Cartel, SAYMYNAME, and many more. Tickets range from $89 for a single day to $155 for both days.

Sunsoaked – Another two-day festival that also takes place on July 13th and 14th. Kaskade created the Sunsoaked festival and it is on the beach in Long Beach, California. It is a great chance to party on the beach listening to Kaskade, Logic, Grimes, and more. General Admission is $150 and VIP tickets are $450. *IMPORTANT UPDATE– Sad to say Kaskade has announced that Sunsoaked will be CANCELLED for 2019. All tickets will be refunded within 21 days and everyone who bought a ticket does not need to do anything to get their refund.*

And there you have it! Both the shows and festivals of July. Now if you haven’t got your tickets yet I would do so now before they all sell out.

There are other shows that you can see each weekend, but these I feel are the biggest and must-see ones. That way you don’t have to be completely broke by trying to make it to every single show out there.

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