Diplo and Dillon Francis lead Sunset Music Festival's highly-anticipated phase one lineup

This year's festival will be at Raymond James Stadium on Memorial Day weekend, May 27-29.

Diplo in a Mad Decent jacket developed in collaboration with Tampa-based company R I V A L S // G R P. - C/O R I V A L S // G R P
c/o R I V A L S // G R P
Diplo in a Mad Decent jacket developed in collaboration with Tampa-based company R I V A L S // G R P.
After a series of postponements left festival-goers scraping for hope, Tampa's Sunset Music Festival has given EDM fans what they've been waiting for.  The initial set of rescheduling came from the unpredictable waves of COVID-19, but the fest is back on track with another year of fun.

Phase one of the three-day lineup already amps up the excitement for what's to come with big names such as Diplo, Dillon Francis, and Gorgon City. Phase two of the festival will come out on March 28, the 10-year anniversary of the event bringing high expectations for the next round of artists.

This year's festival will be at Raymond James Stadium on Memorial Day weekend, May 27-29.

Three-day passes are available on Sunset's website, with prices ranging from $179.95-$299.95 for GA and VIP ticket options. If you purchased 2-day passes during the first Early Bird presale, the festival will upgrade your tickets to 3-day passes automatically.



About The Author

Brandalynn Nuñez Cepeda

Magazine journalism student with an affinity for music writing. Brandalynn has previously written for Glitter Magazine and was the editor-in-chief/contributor of USF's Her Campus chapter.
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