Do you love cars, racing, video games, or music? Then we have just the festival for you. Alpine Horizon Festival is taking place this September 9th through 11th. It guarantees 72 hours of jam packed goodies, including car culture immersion, music, camping, and more. This festival has a goal of merging multiple cultures under one badass festival. We all have more than one hobby so why not get to enjoy all of our favorite things in one place? With 14 artists on the lineup and tons of car experiences, this is gonna be a festival for the record books.
For the car junkies, there will be 100s of racecars, world renown drifters, and car shows.There are also track days available if you want to give your car a run or two. There are three different track options depending on your level of experience and all include both classroom and track sessions. If you aren’t quite car crazy yet and want to do more than look at cars or drive cars, there is a video-game barcade, rc drifting, a crazy craft drifting course and a killer lineup with music Friday and Saturday. So who all is playing?
With 10 artists playing between Friday and Saturday, this lineup is sure to have something for everyone. Headlining the event is Trippie Redd. He is an American rapper, singer, and songwriter. Mostly known for his SoundCloud bangers, he has over 1 million followers on the platform. His most liked song on the platform, “Dark Knight Dummo (ft. Travis Scott)” has gained over a million likes.
Also on the lineup is Sueco. Former beatmaker turned performer. Sueco has grown his rap career successfully, with artists like Offset, Illenium and Trippie Redd collaborating with him. Rap duo City Morgue is also performing. Formed in 2017, this duo has been through the game and back. Their first sold out show was in 2018 and they have only gained more of a following since then.
Lineup Part 2
Next on the lineup is Xavier Wulf. Born in Memphis, based in LA , Xavier Wulf is a founding father in the “trap-metal” genre. During the 2010s when it was just in its infancy, it went hand in hand with BMX culture. Xavier Wulf released his first solo project in 2012, although it wasn’t until the release of Blood Shore Season 1 in 2014 that Wulf started to develop the sound that he’s so well known for.
Up next, Coming all the way from Canada is Night Lovell. First going viral in 2014, Night Lovell is no stranger to fame and notoriety. He has been busy in the studio this year with his song, “Mr. Make Her Dance” that just dropped in April. Alabama rapper Jake Hill is also on the lineup. Most known for his diss track against Jake Paul’s, “It’s Everyday Bro”, his hype sound is sure to be a crowd pleaser.
Haarper is also set to perform. Hailing from the Bay Area, Haarper has been on his grind and rise to top. His hard beats and grimy sound have led him to being a trending artist on SoundCloud. Wovvoka is also on the lineup. Getting her name from the shaman who created the Ghost Dance Movement, her music is described as high energy and you know she’s going to bring that same energy level to her set.
Adding some flavor to the mix, Puppet is bringing his punk-pop EDM sound to the festival too. Hailing from Chicago, Puppet is no stranger to the punk and grunge scene. Bringing the sounds from his childhood to the new sounds of EDM, Puppet has a unique sound. Wrapping up the lineup is the band Cliffdiver. Cliffdiver is an elevator emo pop band from Tulsa, Oklahoma. On their first tour since the pandemic, they are beyond excited to perform!
Lineup Part 3 & Thriller Records Takeover
Lastly, there will also be a Thriller Records Takeover with 4 of their artists slated to play. First up is Call Me Karizma. His new song, “Sad Money” dropped on SoundCloud on May 20th. His blend of hip-hop and punk music makes him a perfect addition to the lineup. Next on the Thriller Records lineup is Rain City Drive. Formerly known as Slaves, this band is no stranger to the limelight. Their song ,”Talk to a Friend” has over 17 million plays on Spotify.
Also on the lineup is AVOID. They are a band who avoids categorizing their sound into one genre. Known for being edgy, wacky and erratic; this is one set you are going to want to see. Wrapping up the Thriller Records Takeover is Not a Toy. Not a Toy members consider themselves a genre-bending collective versus a rock band. Their new self-titled EP is out now and gaining traction among listeners.
You’ve Got the Lineup Let’s Chat Tickets
So, now that you’ve heard all the cool fun things happening at Alpine Horizon, and you’ve been introduced to the sick and stacked lineup, let’s chat about ticket prices. GA tickets start at $95. It includes access Friday to Sunday. Events included in this event are the Paddock, Barcade, Showcase, and access to the music.
If you want to get fully immersed in the festival, VIP tickets start at only $195. They get you all the GA stuff, plus an EXTRA day. That’s right!! You will get early access on Thursday. On top of that, you also get a limited edition swag bag, a drift taxi raffle entry, a VIP only viewing area and bar. There is also camping available. Vehicle camping passes are $125 for the regular sized lots and $195 for the XL vehicle sites that want more than one tent set up. RV passes are also available for only $195.
With camping, all things car lover, a barcade and a stacked lineup. This is one festival you just do not want to miss. With something for everyone, this is sure to be a banger! For more info and to purchase tickets, visit the Gridlife website.