DC’s own weekend-long electronic dance music festival, is set to return Saturday April 27 and Sunday April 28 with yet another vibrant lineup of some of EDM’s biggest headliners and edgiest artists, from ILLENIUM to Zedd to Rezz and more.
In all, more than fifty artists will take the three stages at the third edition of Project GLOW, presented by Insomniac (Electric Daisy Carnival) and Club Glow (Echostage, Soundcheck) at RFK Festival Grounds.
Meticulously curated to give festival-goers an expansive experience representing all the diversity of electronic music today, Project GLOW has taken the East Coast by storm since its launch three years ago, attracting tens of thousands of music fans each year.
This year’s headliners include ILLENIUM, who has captivated audiences worldwide with his innovative, genre-blending productions and emotionally charged bass music; global EDM icon Zedd, known for his signature blend of electro-house and pop-infused anthems; Elderbrook, with soulful vocals and deep electronic beats; Lane 8, who delivers transcendent, atmospheric deep house productions; and REZZ, an electrifying force in the bass and techno scene.
You can also expect innovative sounds and unpredictable pairings: Project GLOW teams up ACRAZE and Wax Motif for a dynamic b2b performance; while Knock2 and Purple Disco Machine are set to take command of the dance floor, setting it ablaze.
With multiple stages for fans to experience, sold-out audiences and unparalleled good vibes, Project GLOW has been the breakout star of the East Coast festival circuit since its launch. Fans experience easy lines to enter, amazing vendors and Glow’s legendary hospitality all on the centrally located RFK grounds, and truly vibrant festival sets from electronic dance music’s hottest acts, from Martin Garrix to GRiZ to Meduza and Seven Lions.
Since debuting in 2022 and becoming a vital cultural event in the Washington, D.C. community, Project GLOW has played host to 47,000 attendees, generating a substantial economic impact of over $23 million in support of our nation’s capital. The festival has provided a platform for residents to experience cutting-edge musical performances, while its significance also extends beyond entertainment to foster a sense of community and shared experiences among attendees.
As an annual music festival, it has contributed to the city’s reputation as a destination for music enthusiasts and has become an integral part of the local arts and entertainment scene. Its success underscores the importance of cultural events in Washington D.C., showcasing the city’s dynamic and evolving identity since its inaugural year in 2022.
Two-day General Admission, GA+, and VIP tickets are on sale now at the official website.