Online Dance Festival Digital Mirage Rescheduled Due to Current Events

Jason Siegel


Originally scheduled to happen this weekend (June 5-7), the second iteration of the online dance music festival Digital Mirage has been rescheduled for June 12-14.

"We do not want our festival," organizers say in a statement, "to divert any attention from the Black Lives Matter movement and the current state of the country." Read the complete statement below.

Digital Mirage producers Proximity and Brownies & Lemonade also announced that proceeds from the rescheduled event will be donated to the Equal Justice Initiative and Color of Change, via a partnership with Plus1.

The lineup for Digital Mirage features Baauer, Audien, Zhu, Big Gigantic, a DJ set from Hot Chip, Elohim, Boys Noize, Griz, GG Magree, Oliver Heldens and many others. The event will stream live via the Digital Mirage website, with set times forthcoming.

The first installment of Digital Mirage drew over a million viewers and raised roughly $300,000 for Sweet Musicians Relief Fund.


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