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The stage productions compared to last year were mind blowing the moment we walked into the event. Many in the crowd were saying it felt as if the event was a “mini EDC” to them and we thought the same. First, the ‘Madhatters Castle’ was what many always love when it comes to stages… massive, led panels, lights, and lasers. The ‘Queen’s Domain’ stage had a great theme of Alice In Wonderland to fit the theme of the event and many seemed to love it involving a background of a forest along with a giant mushroom and the hookah-smoking caterpillar from the story itself. Third, was the ‘Cheshire Woods’ which was where we could find all of our bass and trap needs which also involved a lot of fire and more lasers. Lastly, there was the “Wide Awake Art Car” where the Discovery Project winners played along with a ton of local artists.
Lastly, we have W&W, who if you don’t know by now, that would be a huge surprise as they have as well made a name for themselves quickly along with Hardwell with many top charters and their hard drop signature. The dutch brothers helped close the event the last day playing last at the ‘Madhatters Castle’ which was as well a great experience. From start to finish, it was a non stop party that involved a lot, and we mean a lot of lasers and fire. The crowd of course, always alive and loving it, it was hard to just stand around and not dance as the event came to a close. Many people hugging and holding each other as they prepared to go back to reality, it was a great way to end the night along with the event.