If you’re ready to get your glow on, join music powerhouses Insomniac and Club Glow at their second iteration of Project GLOW. And just recently, they announced the tastemaking and diverse lineup for the festival, which is Washington D.C.’s only electronic music, food and art festival, at RFK Festival Grounds on April 29 and 30, 2023. Kygo, Tiësto, Gorgon City, Zeds Dead and more will lead an artfully curated lineup of electronic acts performing at the second annual festival that delivers a one-of-a-kind double dose of top-notch musical entertainment and art experience.
Project GLOW, which is also held in collaboration with Live Nation, will once again offer festival goers a transformation of one of the city’s most prominent recreational hubs. It will bring the best of the best including three thoughtfully curated stages of music, delicious food and beverage offerings, and a collection of globally-recognized artists to the District. General Admission and VIP tickets to Project GLOW are available now, and make for a perfect stocking stuffer holiday gift. They’ll love it!
Project GLOW organizers are as passionate about music as they are giving back to their communities. As a result, this year’s philanthropic partner will be homegrown nonprofit Sasha Bruce Youthwork, the leading provider of homeless youth services in the DC Region. Through its twenty-one programs in DC and Prince George’s County, MD, Sasha Bruce works to improve the lives of over 15,000 runaway, homeless, abused, and neglected youth and their families. A percentage of each ticket sold will be donated to the organization. Isn’t this great?
Project GLOW is also proud to partner with a prominent and well-known community group, dedicating a full third stage to showcasing D.C’s finest performers and dancers. More information on programming, secret guests and interactive experiences related to the partnership will be announced soon.
The inaugural Project GLOW festival attracted more than 65 musical acts, including the likes of Diplo, Martin Garrix, Above & Beyond and Alan Walker among others, as well as more than 15 local food vendors. More than 40,000 attendees enjoyed the first-ever, two-day dance music festival in D.C. in 2022.
Follow Project GLOW on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram or visit www.projectglowfest.com. For additional information about Insomniac, please visit www.insomniac.com. For additional information about Club Glow, please visit www.clubglow.com.