Entering the festival’s fourth year, Phoenix Lights welcomes some of the biggest and most influential talent the genre has to offer. With Diplo, Gucci Mane, Martin Garrix, Travis Scott and Metro Boomin to name a few performing, there are a handful of emerging artists entering the festival as well. With prices as low as $109, tickets will be available online here!
Metro Boomin is one of the rap industry’s most influential producers of our time right now. Producing for artists like Big Sean, 21 Savage, Playboi Carti, Lil Uzi Vert, and Migos to name a few, Boomin’ has really gotten his name out there the past few years. As for what is to expect at this year’s festival is unknown, but to say the least, his performance will be electrifying. // Photo by Erik Madigan Heck.
With hit songs like “There for You” featuring Troye Sivan and “Scared To Be Lonely” with Dua Lipa, Martin Garrix is making his way back to the top. His intoxicating songs capture the listener into his world. With Garrix performing at this year’s Phoenix Lights festival, we will sure be thrilled to see him live. // Photo by Louis van Baar.
Diplo has been releasing more singles recently featuring artists like MØ, Goldlink and Dram to name a few. While Diplo is a huge producer for artists all around the music industry, the hype and anticipation of his new songs constantly have fans on the look out for what is next to come. // Photo by Carl Timpone.
With hit songs like Goosebumps and Butterfly Effect, Travis Scott is one of the most powerful people in the rap game. Fans should expect the unexpected when he performs. Anything could happen when it’s his time to shine, he is definitely one of the people to see when attending Phoenix Lights. // Photo by @rayscorruptedmind.
With all other performers aside, Gucci Mane will indefinitely have one of the craziest crowds. Releasing three albums last year, he is unstoppable. With hit songs featuring Migos, Drake and The Weeknd, Gucci Mane is one for the books when it comes to the rap game. His performance is one not to miss. // Photo by Simon Rasmussen.