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Asteria Arts & Music Festival is Ready to Level Up [Fest Feature]

Since its inception in 2017, the intimate Asteria Arts & Music Festival has strived to support rising stars alongside some of EDM and dubstep’s biggest superstars. Originally based in Central Florida, Asteria is ready to make its post-pandemic return at its new home in Punta Gorda just South of the Tampa Bay Area. Holding true to their roots, they continue to sell a limited number of tickets in order to ensure a unique and exclusive atmosphere throughout the growing Asteria community. 

With over 800 acres at their new location, Asteria is set for its most monumental weekend yet. Bringing in three brand new curated stages, shaded camping areas, glamping options, art installations, and access to swimming holes, there is no doubt that this new location has allowed Asteria Fest to expand, upgrade, and revamp on all levels. The self proclaimed “premiere boutique bass music festival” maintains their energy towards creating an attendee experience-based event with all focus aimed towards having an event unlike any other bass music festival in the county.

Where it Began

Asteria first came to light in 2017 at their original location in Osteen, Florida. Headliners featured for the inaugural year included Joker and Sullivan King, as well as some up and coming artists like EAZYBAKED and Nitti Gritti. Other notable names featured throughout the three years of Asteria include Emalkay, Mark the Beast, and a Disciple take over with Virtual Riot, Barely Alive, and more. While the festival has typically taken place in late April, this year will take place on 4th of July weekend to ensure that everyone will be able to travel and enjoy the event safely and to its fullest potential.

Past Lineups

Current Lineup

The 2021 lineup features some of the biggest names to ever grace the Asteria stages. Some of EDM’s top international legends including Borgore, Rusko, Netsky, and Ekali who will be tearing up the Main Stage for all Asterians, old and new. Other must see bass music acts this year include Mersiv, Yheti, SoDown, Moore Kismet, Kumarion, and CHOMPPA. Let’s not forget about the return of legendary female artists Lizzy Jane and Whipped Cream, both making a return to Asteria.

How to Go

There are limited tickets still available for this event. You can purchase tickets and learn more about the event details here. General admission passes starting at $175 and camping passes are only $60, so make sure not to miss out on this year’s triumphant return. 

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Emily Appenzeller can almost always be found on the road. Whether it's tour managing, writing or interviewing, her passion can be found experiencing all types of music in the live setting . Emily has worked with the likes of Clozee, Wreckno, The Floozies, Sippy, Brandon Taz Niederauer, and MZG and hopes to continue to pursue her love for the music industry. She contributes weekly interviews and features for MP3 MAG.