It's Official, The Full îleSoniq 2017 Lineup Is Finally Here

The biggest and most fun EDM festival of the summer.
It's Official, The Full îleSoniq 2017 Lineup Is Finally Here

I don't know about you, friends, bu îleSoniq is my jam. It's one of the most fun music festivals of the summer, and this year, it's going down at Parc Jean-Drapeau on August 11-12, 2017.

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This year's lineup looks really awesome, and includes a whole bunch of my own personal fave EDM artists. So I guess if you guys go, make sure to say hi! 

Plus, the best part is that this is only Phase 1 of the lineup; meaning that soon, other awesome artists will be announced!

You can get your early bird passes once they go on sale right here; they start at $140, depending when you get them. 

Tiesto 

Afrojack

Migos

Porter Robinson

Alan Walker

Audien

Big Gigantic

Cedric Gervais

Claude Vonstrok

Desiigner

Excision

Getter Ghastly

Grum

Illenium

Infected Mushroom

Jauz

John O'Callaghan

Kungs

Lookas

Louis The Child

Malaa

Markus Schulz

PurengrLive

Rezz

Robin Schulz

Spag Heddy

Medasin

Michael Sparks

Pluto

Robotaki

Ronin

Tomac 

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