Zeds Dead – 2 Night Stand – Salt Lake City

Salt Lake City are you ready? Zeds Dead is coming for a special 2 Night Stand event at The Lot: Rice Eccles Stadium! Featuring an insane lineup and back to back nights of madness, this is a do not miss weekend.

V2 Presents

Zeds Dead

2 Night Stand

Friday May 24th  Saturday May 25th

Featuring special guest Of The Trees and support from Ravensoon, Rossy, Superave. and Sandori

Saturday May 25th

Featuring special guest Mersiv and support from Daily Bread, Esseks, A Hundred Drums and Illevin

Venue・Rice Eccles Stadium・West Lot ・451 1400 E, Salt Lake City

All ages event・Doors open at 4:00pm

Book your hotel through Jampack for the best deals on hotels near the venue! Hotel + Ticket packages are available here.

About Zeds Dead:

Formed in 2009 in Toronto by producers/DJs Dylan “DC” Mamid and Zachary “Hooks” Rapp-Rovan, Zeds Dead is one of the most successful independent electronic acts of the past decade, counting hundreds of millions of streams, dozens of Top 20 Billboard hits and multiple JUNO Award nominations.

Zeds Dead have crafted a limitless sound across their expansive discography, which includes multiple breakout singles, remixes and EPs. In 2016, Zeds Dead released their debut album, ‘Northern Lights,’ which features Diplo, Twin Shadow, Pusha T, Weezer’s Rivers Cuomo and more. A Top 10 hit on Billboard’s Top Dance/Electronic Albums and Heatseekers Albums charts, the album received a nomination for Dance Recording of the Year at the 2017 JUNO Awards.

In 2016, Zeds Dead launched their tastemaker Deadbeats Records, one of today’s leading independent labels in dance music, with +150 releases from emerging artists like DNMO, PEEKABOO, Subtronics, 1788-L and others. Deadbeats has released a handful of compilations: We Are Deadbeats (Vol. 1 – Vol. 4), which feature original tracks from its wide artist roster, including REZZ, Megalodon and Zeds Dead themselves.

Zeds Dead and Deadbeats have recently expanded into the live events space via the branded Deadbeats Tour and the annual DeadRocks, a headlining show at Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Denver, which has sold out every year since launching in 2014.

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