Seismic Dance Event 2021 Recap
The third Seismic Dance Event took place in Austin, Texas, from May 21st to 23rd. A few thousand attendees (2,500 people) from all walks of life came together to enjoy good music, art, food, and everything in between.
This year’s lineup is comprised of a variety of house and techno artists such as Claude VonStroke, Bob Moses, Tchami, Blacklizt, The Martinez Brothers, Deep Dish, and many others.
The past year has been a strange time for everyone during covid, so it was nice to see things get back to normal-ish. This is one of the first live concert events held in the US since March 2020. There were many safety precautions in place with vaccination verifications and testing for all attendees.
Venue & Production
Nothing but good vibes filled the fresh air walking across the 7-acre festival grounds. Everyone was in a good mood to be at a live music festival in 2021.
There were two stages, the Tsunami Stage and the Volcano Stage. Both were located close to one another so you can quickly jump from stage to stage to catch your favorite artists.
The stage production and setup for both stages were awesome. Everything was on point from the sound to the lighting. There was something for everyone to enjoy out of the 30+ artists that performed at Seismic this year.
Watching Blaclizt live was a huge highlight of the festival. Seeing an electronic artist perform complemented by remarkable lighting and visuals was an unparalleled experience.
Food & Drinks
There were a wide variety of food and drink options lining the festival grounds ready for hungry festival-goers. No matter what you were in the mood to eat or drink, there was always a place to satisfy your appetite. I indulged in a wide variety of foods and drinks.
Having access to VIP amenities at Seismic had nice perks such as express crowd entrances. great viewing areas with an ample amount of dance space, private bars, relaxing lounges, and restrooms equipped with A/C.
This year was my first time at Seismic Dance Event and it will not be my last. I would not have traded this unforgettable experience for anything in the world. See you next time Seismic!