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Resolution Drops Its Full Lineup, With Big Changes For This Year

Resolution 2017 lineup

As the year starts to wind down, we take the time to reflect on what has happened in the course of these past 12 months; all the people we met, opportunities we were given, and adventures we embarked one. New Year’s Eve is a celebration of what we experienced, but it’s also a celebration of what’s to come. 2017 was an interesting, and this year, we gather at Resolution NYE with thousands of our closest friends to usher in a new run of exciting prospects. That said, USC has some big changes in store for those seeking to attend the festival in all it’s glory.

Some changes are coming to Resolution in 2017

The first change in store for Resolution is the date. It makes sense to have a NYE themed massive ON the day itself, but not this year. The date is switching from December 31st, to December 29th, in order to accommodate the Seahawks game taking place that Sunday.

With a Hawks game, there’s always complications to events at WaMu largely due to regulations from the NFL that dictate time-frames in which football games need to end, clean-up, and make way for future endeavors. Since this is the case, USC opted to switch the date in order to have enough time for set-up of the event, and to bring you the level of entertainment and production we’ve come to expect from them.

Even though it won’t be on actual NYE this year, don’t feel like you’ll be missing out on the experience. It will still boast the same white and gold theme, as well as world class entertainment that is sure to bring you into the new year in style.

The second change coming to Resolution is perhaps the most exciting: USC is adding a third stage to the event. Normally, Resolution is the smallest of the USC massives, typically featuring just two stages. Adding a third stage brings Reso up to the level of USC’s other events, while allowing them to bring a bigger, more diverse lineup in tow. With three stages, you can be sure there will be plenty of something for everyone, with big name main stage talent, face melting bass, and uplifting trance to take you to another dimension.

This year’s lineup is the biggest yet

Resolution has always brought in top shelf talent, but this year has more than we’ve ever seen from the event. With a lineup that includes Alesso, Nero, Duke Dumont, Ferry Corsten, Madeon, Ilan Bluestone, Figure, K?D, and so much more, there won’t be any shortage of exciting acts to see!

So mark your calendars now, as tickets go on sale November 2nd at 10am sharp! 

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