It’s official. Toronto’s biggest EDM festival is coming back for another year, with possibly its biggest lineup yet.
That’s right: Veld Music Festival revealed “Phase One” of its 2019 summer lineup via Twitter on Monday morning.
▽ #Veld2019 Phase One Artist Lineup ▽
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— Veld Music Festival (@VELDFest) March 18, 2019
The popular event takes place at Toronto’s Downsview Park from Aug. 3-4.
The highly influential hip-hop and rap lineup also includes Alesso, Kodak Black, Zed’s Dead and Canada’s very own Loud Luxury.
Veld was founded by Toronto-based entertainment company Ink Entertainment, in 2012.
Each year, the highly anticipated weekend extravaganza welcomes tens of thousands of electronic music lovers across the globe.
From Steve Aoki to Post Malone, The Chainsmokers to Travis Scott, and even Migos to Marshmello, Veld has seen its fair share of charting performers.
Annual visitors are already speculating that the 2019 edition of the festival will be the best yet given its stacked lineup of musicians.
In wake of the lineup announcement, a number of avid EDM listeners took to Twitter to share their excitement for the upcoming festival.
Am I too old to go to Veld this year????
— d (@hiighnessy) March 18, 2019
veld really did that with the first release of the artists … i’m so excited i could cry @VELDFest
— Taylor Parsons (@_tayylorparsons) March 18, 2019
the veld lineup has been posted… WHOS DOWN TO COME WITH ME
— marz (@amxrtxnxz) March 18, 2019
Veld is looking mod this year 🤯
— 𝙎𝙆𝘼𝙉𝙀𝙎 (@CollinSkanes) March 18, 2019
See ya @ VELD 🎉
— Kilo (@ClirimGashi) March 18, 2019
Okay but seriously, who wants to go to Veld this year? 😍
— krys king-james (@queermess) March 18, 2019
“For the first time in many years i can genuinely say Veld is a full send,” wrote one user. “Holy s**t, they really outdid themselves this year.”
Those interested in attending Veld this summer can sign up for a presale code on the official website. Presale begins on March 20.
Tickets go on sale to the general public on Friday, March 21 at 10 a.m. ET. VIP packages will be available too.
Additional lineup announcements are expected to be made in the coming weeks.
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