Digital Mirage Friendsgiving

Digital Mirage Returns With Massive Friendsgiving Lineup

Digital Mirage has become one of the most reputable virtual events throughout this pandemic with incredible lineups stacked with talent for good causes. Now they’re back a third time with a grand addition to the series: Digital Mirage Friendsgiving.

On November 27-28, Proximity, Brownies & Lemonade, and Keel have teamed up to curate another massive lineup for their virtual festival series to raise donations for the National Independent Venue Association (NIVA). Digital Mirage Friendsgiving will provide fans with more access to the event by streaming through different platforms including YouTube, Twitch, Playstation Network, VK, and artists’ Facebook accounts with the goal spreading their message of connectivity and solidarity even further.

Livestreams have provided a wonderful reason to stay inside this year, and have resulted in thousands of new artists being discovered by fans eager to expand their tastes. As always, the stream will be free to watch on your favorite platform. Check out the full Digital Mirage Friendsgiving lineup below.

Full Lineup A-Z

Austin Millz

Benny Bennasi

BLVK JVCK

Chris Malinchak

Coco & Breezy

Cosmo’s Midnight (DJ Set)

DJ Sliink

Drezo

DUBDOGZ

Hex Cougar

Huxley Anne

JAWNS

Jon Casey

JSTJR 

Kaku 

Kito

Lastlings

Laxcity

Loud Luxury

Louis The Child (Friendsgiving set)

LP Giobbi

Lunice

Moksi

ZHU B2B NGHTMRE

Nina Las Vegas

Nitti Gritti

Noodles

Ookay

Power Glove

SAYMYNAME

Shallou

Slow Magic

Tchami B2B Dr. Fresch

The Glitch Mob

Tiesto

Voltra

Wave Racer (Live)

YehMe2 (Trap History set)

Plus Special Surprise Performance.

Digital Mirage Friendsgiving

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