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Global Dance Festival Surprises Fans With Impressive Phase One Announcement

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Global Dance Festival Surprises Fans With Impressive Phase One Announcement
Brian Bonavoglia

Just when you thought the striking wave of festival announcements was slowing down a bit, Global Dance Festival just set the standard of what a festival lineup on what a proper lineup should look like with only a handful of names.

Following the announcement they would be moving from the iconic Red Rocks Amphitheatre to Sports Authority Field at Mile High Stadium celebrating their fifteenth anniversary, they revealed phase one of what is sure to be one of the most impressive lineups of 2017. 3LAU, Deorro, Excision B2B DATSIK, Green Velvet, Hardwell, Kaskade, Louis The Child, NERO, Porter Robinson (Live), and ZHU were the first batch leading the charge with plenty more to be announced.

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