Clubhouse Festival, returning for its second year of action, has announced its 2019 lineup. The festival returns to Maryland's Laurel Park Race Track as part of the festivities surrounding Maryland Million Day.
Phase one sees Rezz, Madeon, Two Friends, and Elephante announced. The offering covers a variety of genres, much like last year which saw performances from Steve Aoki and Sam Feldt among other producers.
This October, Maryland Million Day will see the combination of thoroughbred horse races and music. The traditional day of horse racing first began in 1986. The addition of Clubhouse Festival is a new development to the festivities, but the warm reception in its 2018 inaugural year has warranted a comeback.
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While we await phase two of Clubhouse Festival's lineup check out tickets and more on their official website. Clubhouse Festival takes place oOctober 19th.