New Electronic Music Festival Afterlife Unveils Lineup for Inaugural Springtime Event

Described as "Cincinnati's first all electronic music festival," Afterlife will feature EDM artists like Said the Sky and Herobust at its debut festival at Riverfront Live May 1-2

The lineup has been announced for the inaugural Afterlife Music Festival, which is set to take place May 1 and 2 at Riverfront Live.

Presented by event production company Uncut Republic and described as "Cincinnati's first all electronic music festival," Afterlife will showcase an array of renowned EDM, Dubstep and Bass artists, including Colorado's Said the Sky and Dirt Monkey and Atlanta Bass producer Herobust.

Music will be featured on Riverfront Live's outdoor stage, as well as the club's indoor stage for the after-parties. The whole venue will be decked out with "state of the art lighting production, art installations (and) local vendors," according to the fest's site.

The rest of the Afterlife lineup includes Caspa, AU5, Crankdat, Zia; Bailo, G-Rex, SubDocta, Matt Doe, Shanghai Doom, Tynan, Ship Wrek and Chime.

Two-day tickets for the Afterlife Music Festival are on sale now at

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