Spring Awakening Music Festival Sells Out of 3-Day Passes

Since its debut in 2012 at Soldier Field, Chicago born music festival, Spring Awakening Music Festival, has carved itself a niche in the yearly landscape of festival season, attracting top grossing DJs to the "Windy City," the producers' fans likewise in tow.

Slated to take over Addams-Medill park on June 9th-11th this year, Spring Awakening will celebrate its fifth year of production with the likes of Alesso, Excision, Afrojack, Alan Walker, Diplo, ZHU, Yellow Claw, Jauz and more. Recognized annually for its stellar lineups, Spring Awakening delivered yet again this year, producing a lineup that has newly led the festival to sell out of its three-day passes to the festival, the depletion of the stock of three-day passes announced today by the festival. A limited quantity of single day passes to the festival remains, signifying that those interested should act fast in acquiring their tickets before they are forced to wait to experience Spring Awakening next festival season. 

Single day tickets to the festival are $79 for Friday, $99 for Saturday, and $79 for Sunday, respectively. Single day VIP tickets also remain, at $139 for each Friday and Saturday, and $129 for Sunday.


Are The Chainsmokers Collaborating With Justin Bieber?

Recently involved on Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee's remix of "Despacito," and his voice dominating DJ Khaled's latest production, "I'm The One," Justin Bieber possesses vocals that rank among some of the most distinctive in the music industry.

Lending his infamous voice to his own Bieber branded tracks, in addition to staples of the dance music genre--think Jack Ü's "Where Are U Now" and DJ Snake's "Let Me Love You"--the Canadian singer has time and time again transcended musical genre to make an impression on listeners around the world. 

Social media platforms such as Twitter have become especially instrumental in anticipation of the next news in the music industry, allowing users to observe interactions between other artists active on the platform. Notorious for their tendency to show love to artists that they've already worked with, or are seeking to collaborate with are American duo, The Chainsmokers. With Drew Taggart and Alex Pall's habit of hinting at their collaborations through their Twitter account, the possibility of a forthcoming Justin Bieber/Chainsmokers joint product appears likely, the duo having publically acknowledged the "Sorry" singer with a single red heart emoji in a tweet.

While the tweet may simply emerge as a follow up nod to the Biebs following their recent crossing of paths at 1 Oak, fans have speculated that the tweet is a subtle allusion to the next singer to be featured on The Chainsmokers's next single, when another single comes due. The Chainsmokers are clearly keeping Bieber "Company," but whether the social association will result in a collaboration is yet to be seen.