Over the weekend, Steez Promo and Glow DC teamed up to present the first ever Moonrise Festival in Baltimore, Maryland. The two-day festival held at Pimlico Race Course featured four stages, visual artists, a ferris wheel, a vendor village, and massive production. The lineup included big name artists such as Kaskade, Bassnectar, Adventure Club, DJ Snake, and Zeds Dead as well as local dance music talent. The festival was extraordinarily special because fans got to dance under the Supermoon, one of the largest and brightest full moons of the year.
Check out a recap of the festival from the photos and videos we found on Instagram below.
Bassnectar's crowd shot was so epic it even included David Guetta's Tomorrowland face on his laptops.
He also handed out free earplugs to make sure everyone's ears were protected.
Kaskade pointing out to his massive Moonrise crowd.
Carnage's fans created a wall of death mosh pit during his set.
Bro Safari was taking in those Moonrise Festival feels.
Zeds Dead performed for a jam-packed tent.
Crizzly showed up to drop some of his bass-heavy crunkstep.
gLAdiator caught in the act of turning up.
Firebeatz showed Moonrise all about their heavy electro sound.
Keys N Krates threw down a live set for all their Baltimore fans.
GTA watched on stage as Clockwork threw down an energetic set.
Kennedy Jones' Moonrise set was popping off.
Tritonal caught in action in the most awesome way.