This year, USC Events struck gold with its’ 8th annual Lucky Festival. Dressed head-to-toe in their best green and gold outfits, festival attendees gathered at the Tacoma Dome for a night of seemingly endless music and whimsical fun.
The lines to enter the venue were not daunting, as there were multiple entrances. Security checks were thorough, and efficient. We were inside in no time!
We took a stroll in Clover Park, which was a beautiful addition to the festival. Under the rainbow lasers were art installations, games (like giant janga), chairs, and performers all around. There was plenty of room to dance, and explore, inside the recently renovated dome. Water stations, and areas for attendees to sit and relax whenever they wanted to take a breather, were easily accessible. Conscious Crew members could been seen everywhere to make sure that people were well taken care of.
This year’s St. Patrick’s Day festival brought on the likes of Adventure Club, Galantis, Ganja White Night, and more. The main stage, Lucky Arena, hosted artists of various genres- including bigroom house and hardstyle. The curved stage set up of the Lucky Arena was beautifully designed, and grand. The bass stage was designed to stay true to the name “Leprechaun’s Lair”, and we saw dancing flowers at the trance stage, the End of The Rainbow.
Lucky 2019 was definitely one of the best events hosted by USC Events that we have had the pleasure of attending. With it ending on such a good note, we’re already super excited for what they have in store for us next year. Some of our favorite sets of the night in no particular order were: Galantis, Adventure Club, Svdden Death, Ganja White Night, Champagne Drip B2B Zeke Beats, and Liquid Stranger.
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