Cincinnati's Riverfront Live to Host Inaugural Interstellar Electronic Music Festival This Weekend

The three-day EDM fest will feature two stages of live music with headliners including Boombox Cartel, Adventure Club and Liquid Stranger.

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Photo: Aditya Chinchure on Unsplash
Stock photo from a cool live show

Live music is back in the Queen City and folks are ready to groove. 

Cincinnati's Riverfront Live is hosting its inaugural Interstellar Music Festival this weekend (Aug. 13-15) with Cincinnati-based Electronic music entertainment group Uncut Republic

The EDM/Dubstep-centric festival will feature two stages with "state-of-the-art lighting production," with headliners Boombox Cartel, Adventure Club and Liquid Stranger.

Other musicians include Herobust, Crankdat, Eprom, Habstrakt, PhaseOne, Au5, Golf Clap, G-Rex, MIZE, Ship Wrek, Tynan, Westend, Wreckno, Freak On, Jason Leech, Maximo Quinones, MUUS, Ranger Trucco, Gardella and more. 

Tickets cost $80 for single day passes and $189 for three-day passes. 

If you didn't get enough dancing in at the music fest, an after party will take place on Friday and Saturday night at Newport's Thompson House from 11 p.m.-2 a.m.

For more info, visit interstellarfest.com

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