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Ten Artists to Woogie with this Weekend

Don't miss these artists this weekend at Woogie!

With the second annual Woogie Weekend going down this weekend in California, we've gathered up ten artists that you definitely need to Woogie with. As this year has yet another tasteful and progressive lineup, live acts and house and techno galore, this weekend is shaping up to be another memorable chapter in Do LaB festival history. 

Good vibes, top-notch talent and tunes, beautiful Southern California summer weather and beautiful people is the recipe for the magic of this weekend's Woogie. With female artists being well represented and also some of the best European artists, the youthful Woogie Weekend is already a favorite among Do LaBers and we look forward to many more to come. Let's take a look at the artists that we are especially looking forward to seeing this weekend. 


Tara Brooks: A member of the beloved Desert Hearts crew, Tara always brings the heat to the dancefloor with her immaculate sets and that Desert Heart love. From house to tribal and tech house, Tara will be gracefully ushering us into the late night hours and early morning shenanigans.  

Lee Reynolds: Another member of the Desert Heart tribe, Papa Lee also used to ride BMX. No stranger to danger, Mr. Reynolds is a treasure we should all hold dear.

Blond:ish: The legendary duo known as Blond:ish makes a rare appearance in Southern California. Innovative and full of originality, this duo is without a doubt among our favorite artists. 

T.E.E.D.: Among the more uniquely innovative artists today, Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs is also wrapping up a festival circuit at the moment. We urge you to attend his set as it's always unique in every way.

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Kidnap Kid: One of the best producers to grace the scene over the past few years, Kidnap Kid blazes his own path to great fruition.

Claptone: Easily one of the most sought after and mysterious artists today, Claptone will also grace Northern Nights next weekend. 

Jon Hopkins (Live): Yet another legend on this lineup. Hopkins has composed music for films as well as countless other accomplishments. His live set blends genre borders with great skill and is an absolute must attend this weekend.

FDVM: Making stops at Coachella, Mysteryland, Woogie and Outside Lands this year, this duo is starting to get the recognition they deserve. Look out!

Anton Tumas: Performing not once but twice this weekend, Anton is a legend among Burners and Do LaBers alike. His sets take the listener on a musical journey through various deep motifs and a plethora of emotions. 

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