Ever After Music Festival has surprised fans with an extended line-up and special back-to-back (B2B) performance from Downlink and Space Laces. On top of this exciting news, the festival has also announced that they will feature a second drum and bass (DnB) stage for the June 8 show which will include DJ sets fromPendulum DJ Set, Camo & Kroo ked, Black Sun Empire, Tantrum Desire and 1991.
The festival takes place at Kitchener’s Bingemans (425 Bingemans Centre Drive) from June 8 to 10 and has already unveiled an impressive line-up which is topped off with Canadian EDM powerhouse Excision, along with other highly anticipated performances from Claude VonStroke, Flux Pavilion, Doctor P, Illenium, and many more.
“Our goal is to make Ever After bigger and better every year. From stacked line-ups, bigger stages, to unforgettable performances, we want to make this festival the ultimate weekend getaway for music lovers everywhere,” says Ever After’s organizer Gabriel Mattacchione, President of Beyond Oz Productions Inc. “Our mandate has always been about giving festival goers the best experience possible. I believe we have so far and look forward to growing it more every year.”
But that’s not all, Ever After is also proud to announce that they’ve partnered with PK Sound, an innovative audiovisual technology company, to help provide an uncompromising sound experience at the festival.
“Our team has been working diligently alongside the city of Kitchener to combat resident concerns regarding noise. In an effort to offset those concerns, we’ll be using PK Sound’s state-of-the-art sound technology which will help ensure that noise levels don’t surpass city mandated limits in surrounding neighbourhoods,” says Ever After’s organizer Gabriel Mattacchione, President of Beyond Oz Productions Inc. “Their new sound technology will also make sure the festival experience isn’t compromised in any way. This is a win-win for us.”
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