Countdown to Paradiso Playlist

Countdown to Paradiso Playlist

We’re only a few days away from the biggest electronic dance music festival in the Pacific Northwest! Paradiso is back this weekend at the Gorge Amphitheater, thanks to the dedicated team at USC Events. General admission for the two day festival is already SOLD OUT! We’re talking 50,000 people in attendance y’all. But fear not dance party devils, you can still win your way to Paradiso thanks to Movin 92.5! Enter to win VIP tickets to the festival simply by liking our Facebook Page. HERE.

Whether you’re headed to the Gorge this weekend, or daydreaming your way there like me, countdown the days until Paradiso with music inspired by the can’t-miss lineup. Grab your crop tops, high-waisted shorts, and get ready for a full weekend of fun.

Zedd ft. Matthew Koma & Miriam Bryant  – Find You

Audien ft. Ruby Prophet – Circles

Krewella – Live for the Night

Cash Cash – Satellites

NONONO – Pumpin Blood (Chainsmokers Remix)

Flux Pavillion – I Can’t Stop

Maor Levi – Together

Mat Zo & Porter Robinson – Easy

Oliver – Night is on My Mind

Seven Lions ft. Tove Lo – Strangers

Sub Focus ft. Alpines – Tidal Wave

Tritonal ft. Phoebe Ryan – Now or Never

What So Not – High You Are (Branchez Remix)

If you’re headed to the Gorge this weekend, remember to take care of one another and act responsibly. USC has implemented several new safety and security measures to ensure Paradiso remains a weekend of pure digital paradise. Check out The Paradiso Message and stay safe this weekend!


Photo Credit (Hejl. Creative Commons)

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