2019 has brought upon numerous progressions for Chicago-based celebrations with date and setting moves, so it is nothing unexpected that “Summers Last Stand”, otherwise known as North Coast, fits into that also. With the occasion going into year it’s tenth year, coordinators chose to shake things up for once with a MAJOR setting move from their long standing home of Union Park to the lake front space of Northerly Island.
As usual, North Coast will be hung on Labor Day weekend – Friday, August 30th and Saturday, August 31st – just two days this year rather than their typical three. In excess of 25 acts including a wide scope of electronic styles will perform crosswise over two phases, The Pavilion and The Hanger. Bassnectar and Major Lazer will be the two primary featuring acts while Jauz, Jai Wolf, Tchami, Flux Pavilion, Big Wild, Gorgon City (Live), Snakehips, Trampa, Ookay (DJ Set), Yung Bae, Dirty Monkey, SG Lewis, Anna Lunoe, i_o, Melvv, SoDown, Ford, Inzo, Stratus, Align, Elevatd, GoodSex, Birthdayy Partyy, and Dee Mash round out the remainder of the lineup.
For the individuals who have been going to since the start may feel an ache of sentimentality being lost yet with these progressions it takes into account things to turn out to be more curated and the occasion to truly concentrate on the fine subtleties. By and large, it is significant for long running occasions to get things done to keep things crisp and as exuberant as could be expected under the circumstances. We’re eager to perceive what this new emphasis of North Coast brings to the table!
“We are so pleased to have conveyed North Coast to achieve the multi year achievement in the present consistently changing celebration commercial center. Moving the occasion to a world class scene like Northerly Island between the lake and marina, with Chicago’s amazing horizon perspectives is going to upgrade the fan experience monstrously. Following 10 years worth of North Coasts, the planning is ideal for this new period of the celebration to be introduced.” — Lucas King and Michael Berg (North Coast Founders)