SCMF returns seventh annual EDM festival this weekend

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SCMF returns seventh annual EDM festival this weekend

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Fandi Zapien, Contributor

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Before the fall breeze starts to hit the El Paso area and school is in full effect, there is set to be one last grand party in the city, as Sun City Music Festival returns for its seventh annual music festival at Ascarate Park on Saturday, Sept. 2, and Sunday, Sept. 3.

With a combination of electronic, house, trap and pop music, the largest electronic music festival of the region is set to impress the eyes and ears of thousands.

In previous years, El Paso has had the opportunity to see top international performers hit the SCMF stage, such as David Guetta, Armin van Buuren, Tiesto, Steve Aoki, Martin Garrix, Kaskade, Galantis, Deorro, Alesso, The Chainsmokers and Skrillex.

This year, the Sun City will get to see top EDM artists, such as Marshmello, Above & Beyond, Don Diablo and Borgore.

In addition of the many artists from all over the world, SCMF, will offer the opportunity to regional DJs for an opening spot throughout both days of the festival. Some of the local talent includes Andre C, Cromeens, Evan Evolution and Monoparty.

In addition, Dirty South, Dosem, Drezo, Getter, Stones, Hero Busts, Seven Lions and many others will also be performing during the two days.

Offering free water stations to keep the fans hydrated, the festival is also suggesting the idea of recycling or buying water bottles in order to avoid plastic waste in the park.

Food trucks and merchandise stands will also be present both days to satisfy cravings for food before and after the sets of the performers, includeing their classic micheladas.

For more information about tickets, go to the SCMF official website: www.suncitymusicfestival.com. Doors open at 5 p.m. both days of the festival.