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May 31, 2011

Starscape schedule released; Bassnectar to play main stage, Skrillex at Dub Nation stage

252872_153055951430798_132292423507151_296026_1335206_n.jpgStarscape, which starts at 2 p.m. on Saturday at Fort Armistead Park, has released its schedule.

Four acts will go on at 2 p.m., though Segway, the first performer on the main stage, won't go on until 2:30 p.m.

The festival, now in its 13th year, won't end until 6 a.m. Sunday.  

The rest of the schedule, sent by promoters Steez Promo, is below. 

Armistead Park will be divided into five stages for the festival: a main stage, 'dub nation beach,'  the fort stage, dance tent, and 'Steez Promo Bass Arena.'

Beyond Skrillex, major headliners from electronic and dance music will perform, among them, Bassnectar, Zeds Dead, Uncle Jesse, Steve Aoki, and Daedelus.

All tickets, including the $169.50 VIP passes, are sold out. They went on sale in January. Last year was the first time the festival sold out, according to organizers. 

This is also the chance to pick your favorite DJ names. I'm particular to Shugadadde, though Tek Subport and Dubsteb Legion of Doom are also great.

252872_153055951430798_132292423507151_296026_1335206_n.jpgMain Stage:

2:30 p.m Segway
4 p.m Mux Mool
5:30 p.m Daedelus
7 p.m Eoto
9 p.m Lotus
11 p.m. Bassnectar
1:30 a.m. Infected Mushroom
3:30 a.m. Rabbit Live

Dub Nation Beach Stage:

2 p.m.Fractal
2:45 p.m Neumann
3:30 p.m Dave Gee
4:15 p.m The Juggernaut
5 p.m Zeds Dead
6 p.m Tokimonsta
7 p.m Numberning
8 p.m Mark Instinct
9 p.m Subvert
10 p.m Datsik
11 p.m. Borgore
12 a.m. Skrillex
1 a.m. Flux Pavilion
2 a.m. Excsion
3 a.m. Doctor P
4 a.m. Paper Diamond
5 a.m. SBTRKT

Fort Stage:

2 p.m. Shugadadde vs. Jmungz
3 p.m. Latigid
4 p.m. Nixsin
5 p.m. Tek Subport
6 p.m. Lock Danan
7 p.m. DJ Who
8 p.m. Joey Paranoia
9 p.m. Alex English
10 p.m. Reed Rothchild
11 p.m. RSK vs. Sean 216
12:30 a.m. Riot Gear
1:30 a.m. Rx
2:30 a.m. Dubsteb Legion of Doom
3:30 a.m. Elemental

Dance Tent:

2 p.m. Trigga Happy
2:45 p.m. Leko
3:30 p.m. DJ Sun
4:15 p.m. Monsterz Under the Bed
4:45 p.m. Proxxy and Lantern
5:30 p.m. Uncle Jesse
6:15 p.m. Alvin Risk
7 p.m. Tittsworth
8 p.m. Hot Pink Delorean
9 p.m. Doorly
10 p.m. Klever
11 p.m. Le Castle Vania
12:15 a.m. Feed Me
1:45 a.m. Steve Aoki
3:15 a.m. Donald Glaude
4:30 a.m. Charles Feelgood

Steez Promo Bass Arena:

2 p.m. Headhunterz
3 p.m. Seraph
4 p.m. The Cannon
5 p.m. Gangsta Fun
6 p.m. Star Eyes
7 p.m. Terravita
8 p.m. Mayhem
9 p.m. AK1200
10 p.m. Evol Intent
11 p.m. Original Sin
12 a.m. TC
1 a.m. Dieselboy
2:30 a.m. Dirtyphonics Live
4 a.m. Sigma
5 a.m. Hyx and Houston

Photo: Starscape official website


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Posted by Erik Maza at 1:31 PM | | Comments (1)
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Is it me or has it been the same dj's since 1996?

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