The Texas dance scene is gearing up for another dance music celebration as Disco Donnie Presents proudly announces the 5th anniversary of the highly acclaimed Ubbi Dubbi festival. Returning to the picturesque Panther Island Pavilion in Fort Worth, Texas, Ubbi Dubbi is set to redefine the Memorial Day weekend experience on May 25-26, 2024.
Ubbi Dubbi has curated a lineup that promises an unforgettable experience for electronic music enthusiasts worldwide. With over 40+ artists gracing the stage, including heavyweights Afrojack, RL Grime, Alison Wonderland, and Troyboi, there is a variety of genres for everyone. The 2024 lineup reflects the best of Ubbi and Dubbi’s favorite genres, from the bass blistering beats of Crankdat, GG Magree, and Ravenscoon, to the ethereal sounds of Audien, Dabin and Said The Sky, the house-centric grooves of Wuki, Curbi and Odd Mob B2B OMNOM, prominent dance pop vocalists Anabel Englund and Kaleena Zanders, and main stage favorites like Galantis, Afrojack, and Svdden Death. Ubbi Dubbi has no shortage of rising stars, featuring a rumbling Dnb set from bass and house queen Blossom, high-octane genre bending artist Jon Casey, and the bass-friendly, effervescent electronic pop productions of Alleycvt.
Tickets are on sale Thursday, 12/7 at 10AM CT with a limited time deal of $134 for 2-day GA. Check out all festival info on the main website here.
“As we celebrate the 5th anniversary of Ubbi Dubbi, we’re thrilled to bring electronic music fans an unforgettable experience at Panther Island Pavilion this Memorial Day Weekend. Ubbi Dubbi has always been about celebrating the love for electronic music and the sense of community it fosters. We’ve curated a lineup that reflects the diverse tastes of the fanbase, offering something for every electronic music enthusiast.” – Disco Donnie
Since its inception, Ubbi Dubbi has consistently pushed boundaries, bringing together a diverse array of electronic music genres and providing a platform for both established and emerging artists. Ubbi Dubbi is also known to many as the “First Festival Back” in the United States after the pandemic.The festival has become synonymous with innovation, immersive production, and an inclusive atmosphere that welcomes music lovers of all backgrounds.