Dreamscape music festival is calling it quits, at least for now. The electric music focused music & art festival in Darlington, MD, which hosted Chris Lake, Delta Heavy, Destructo, Keys N Krates, TroyBoi and many more this year announces its decision to take a step back in 2018.
The official statement addresses the festival’s adoring fans as Dreamers:
It’s been an amazing three years, but we want to put all of our efforts into Big Dub and Nightmare next year, as well as all of the incredible club nights and parties we have planned. Please understand this is not a ‘farewell’, it’s more of a ‘see you soon’. Let’s cherish all of the magnificent memories we made at Dreamscape, and if, or when we decide to do it again, you’ll be the first to know!
It’s never easy, making the tough decision to not move forward and progress with a music event that’s built up over the years. However, in this case it sounds like Dreamscape has its priorities in order — and that’s to bring its fans the best quality music experience possible as a direct result of these sacrifices.
We’ll keep you updated on how the Dreamscape journey progresses in years to come.
Dreamscape Official Announcement
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