Sam Sparro When: Sunday, July 17 from 3PM - 4PM Where: Main Stage
Australian-born vocalist/multi-instrumentalist Sam Sparro shot to fame in the United Kingdom with the release of his 2008 debut single, "Black and Gold." His style of music is derived from contemporary R&B, particularly his gospel-trained vocals, and often harks back to the '80s, but it's a thoroughly modern style, driven by state-of-the-art electronic dance production techniques and sounds.
Bright Lights When: Sunday, July 17 from 4PM - 5PM Where: Main Stage
Bright Lights is an American pop singer-songwriter whose powerful voice and beautiful compositions make her one of the most sought after vocalists in all of electronic music. Responsible for several career-defining hits, including Porter Robinson’s “Language,” Hardwell’s “Never Say Goodbye,” and 3LAU's "How You Love Me," she is also featured on Zedd’s #1 "Clarity" album. In addition to her singing, Bright is also Grammy-nominated for her songwriting on Justin Bieber's "Somebody To Love" and Fantasia's "Even Angels."
Noelia When: Saturday, July 16 from 7:30PM - 8:15PM Where: Mundo Latino Stage
Noelia is a sophisticated beauty, a true artist with her own recipe for glamour. Not afraid to show the world she is open about her sensuality, and also not afraid to dare or take any risk that could change life forever. Noelia has sold more than six million albums worldwide, won multiple awards, and has won Latin Billboard’s Award Album of the year as well. She has crossed borders to Europe to be acknowledged as the “International Singer of the Year” in Italy, at the prestigious Festival Bar.
Demetria When: Saturday, July 16 from 6:00PM - 6:45PM Where: The Movement Hip-Hop Stage
Demetria McKinney is a triple threat in the truest sense of the term. She is an award-winning actress who has played diverse roles on the big and small screens as well as the stage. She is a gifted singer with a rich voice requiring zero studio enhancements. And she is a skillful songwriter who thoughtfully expresses emotions in a way that instantly connects with listeners.
AB Soto When: Sunday, July 17 from 6:30PM - 7PM Where: Mundo Latino Stage
Born in East Los Angeles, AB’s work as a visual/performance artist and musician is an amalgamation of his Latin roots and early influences, street and pop culture. This, combined with a rebellious streak that challenges and questions mainstream gay culture and norms, is what defines AB as a recording artist.
Rilan When: Saturday, July 16 from 4:30PM - 5PM Where: Main Stage
With Rilan disconnected from his hometown, music became his closest friend. He gravitated toward gender-bending artists like Prince, Adam Ant, Boy George, Freddie Mercury, and David Bowie. “Bowie’s whole career was like an allegory for how you can see your potential if you are limitless and don’t confine yourself to a box,” Rilan says. He also fell in love with powerful, rule-breaking female artists like Lady Gaga and Madonna, whose songs he would sing while dancing on the coffee table as a kid.
Wrabel When: Saturday, July 16 from 7:20PM - 7:40PM Where: Mainstage
As a songwriter, Wrabel has written for some of the most acclaimed performers today with cuts for Ellie Goulding's highest UK debut “Delirium,” Pentatonix, Phillip Phillips, Prince Royce, and Adam Lambert, among others. His ability to write heart-wrenching pop songs has gained the attention of A-list writers & producers. Wrabel’s first single, “Sideways,” was featured on iTunes and downloaded nearly half a million times. NYLON magazine called "Sideways" “stocked with the soulfulness of a Sia or Sam Smith, and a melodic pop DNA that throws back to icons like Paul Simon…”