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Seven Lions, Surf Mesa & More Added to Lineup for Digital Mirage Dance Fest

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Happening Friday to Sunday, the three-day live-stream festival will feature sets from dozens of electronic artists, including Alison Wonderland & Kaskade. See the set times here.

Likely your plans for this weekend look a lot like your plans for last weekend: Stay home and pass the time with music, movies, books and Zoom calls with your friends and family.

But the upcoming weekend will have a new option via the online dance music festival Digital Mirage, which Wednesday (April 1) added Seven Lions, Surf Mesa and Yetep to an already massive lineup featuring Kaskade, Alison Wonderland, A-Trak, Gryffin, G Jones, Don Diablo and 4 dozen other acts spread across three days of programming. See the complete lineup and set times below.

Digital Mirage is organized by dance-centric entities, including YouTube giants Proximity and Trap Nation and Los Angeles-based collective Brownies & Lemonade. Organizers hope to raise $100,000 for charity through the event and have already received more than $22,000 in donations. All of the money raised will go to Sweet Relief Musicians Fund, which provides financial help to musicians and music industry workers facing money struggles during the COVID-19 pandemic. The event is collecting donations through the Proximity YouTube stream and live events platform Dice, where more than 65,ooo people have already RSVP'd for the live-stream fest. 

"It all started when Proximity and B&L published their own tweets to ask artists and those of the EDM community if they would be interested in hosting a festival style stream," Proximity owner Blake Coppelson tells Billboard Dance of how the show came together. "We received an influx of support from fans and artists who wanted to be involved, and over the course of two weeks since those tweets. Since we both had the same idea and same audience we decided to join as co-branded partners to host one large festival with the intent to raise as much money as possible for those out of work amid COVID-19 closures."