DJs Tiësto, Kaskade and Dada Life headline Center of Gravity Festival in Kelowna

Swedish electro-house duo Dada Life hit the beach, Dutch DJ Tiësto returns to the Okanagan stage and USA-born Kaskade all arrive this August

  • May. 1, 2013 8:00 p.m.

Tiesto returns to the Okanagan for Centre of Gravity

The lineup for the sixth annual Centre of Gravity festival has been released.

“The biggest adrenaline-pumping festival to hit the Okanagan includes three days packed with action sports, sandy beaches, bikinis and some of the biggest DJ names in the world,” said Centre of Gravity organizers Wednesday as they revealed a lineup topped with world-renown DJs, many familiar to the area thanks to the festival and its spinoff concerts.

Running Friday, Aug. 2 to Sunday, Aug. 4 Centre of Gravity will include elctro powerhouses Tiësto, Kaskade, and Dada Life, not to mention Hoodie Allen, Cazzette, Tommy Lee & DJ Aero w/ Sofi, Hopsin, Lights, Wolfgang Gartner, Le Castle Vania, DVBBS, and Robbie Rivera.

The weekend will also feature 150 athletes going head-to-head in seven different sports including beach volleyball, basketball, freestyle mountain biking, wakeboarding, FMX, skateboarding, and BMX.

Early bird tickets will go on sale to the general public at 10 a.m. on Saturday, May 11 for $169 for the sport and music option or $79 for just music.

The musical entertainment lineup includes:

Friday, Aug. 2: Kaskade, Dada Life, Tommy Lee w/ DJ Aero & SOFI, Clockwork, DVBBS, Project 46

Saturday, Aug. 3: Cazzette, Hoodie Allen, Lights, Robbie Rivera, Le Castle Vania, Mak J, Loudpvck vs M|O|D

Sunday, Aug. 4: Tiesto, Wolfgang Gartner, Just Blaze, Hopsin, Prok & Fitch, Keys N Krates, Manufactured Superstars


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