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Relentless Beats Releases Crush Arizona Lineup — Check Out Who's Playing

The eighth annual Crush Arizona has announced its lineup for the festival, which will take palce on February 18 at Rawhide in Chandler.

Dark EDM titans Black Tiger Sex Machine will be headlining, along with Chris Lorenzo, DVBBS, GTA, Jason Ross, SayMyName, W&W, Yellow Claw, and more. Dada Life and Bro Safari headlined last year's event.

The event is a joint operation between local EDM promoters Relentless Beats and Los Angeles-based Insomniac Events.

“When I started Crush nine years ago, I never would have thought it would have become one of Arizona’s most anticipated events," Relentless Beats founder Thomas Turner said in a press release. “It’s amazing to see how it has grown and become a big part of what Relentless Beats does."

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General admission passes go on sale today at 10 a.m. Tickets are $63, and you can get a two-pack of passes for $100. VIP passes start at $109. You can buy tickets at www.relentlessbeats.com.

Check out a slideshow from the 2016 Crush Arizona event here.

Editor's Note: This story was updated on  12/20/2016.

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