Shockfest is a brand new addition to the San Diego County’s already wide range of party entertainment. This brand of party music was created by ex-rocker, David Lee Roth, and is being touted as an electronic music event unlike any others. If you are looking for a party or event to celebrate, Shockfest has it all. Shockfest takes you far beyond what other local electronic dance music events have to offer. Shockfest provides an experience like no other.
The music at the Shockfest shows is all about high-energy music that will get you partying hard into the night. Every single member of the band is pumped up and ready to go and is well prepared to make you happy. These guys put together an extensive amount of original music, which is included on their first album, “Pumped Up”. This album has taken the country by storm and has become a huge hit in the UK, Europe, Australia, Canada, and even Japan. Of course, this is just scratching the surface. Shockfest continues to impress with new music releases every month, including “Take Me Away” and “We Aite”.
The Shockfest party is held in two areas at the San Diego Gas Lamp District, inside the Crocodile Park and outside at the W Hotel. For your Shockfest celebration, you will want to attend both events. Depending on the time of year, you may even want to drive to the Gas Lamp District and stay the night if you have the money. The Crocodile Park party is open to everyone who is above 21 years old. You can enjoy food, beer, and games while watching live music.
If you are attending the Shockfest party, be sure to check out the other attractions such as the Museum of Contemporary Art, Balboa Park, and the Petco Park. These and other attractions add some excitement to the event. The museum gives you a chance to view some of the art from different eras, such as the Art Nouveau period. The Petco Park offers many great outdoor activities, or if you prefer the indoors, you can watch a movie at the theater or dine at one of the restaurants.
The biggest dance competition of the year, Shockfest is held annually and draws an amazing line-up of music talent from around the world. From local talents to national talent, the Shockfest lineup is a show to not miss. Even if you just want to chill and relax with your friends, there are plenty of party games and activities to choose from.
If you’re planning a Shockfest celebration in San Diego, the best time to go is during the last week of May. This is when the party becomes carnival-like, as it is typically held during this time. If you are planning something else during this week, there are still plenty of ways to have a great time in San Diego. Check out some of the online sources for more information about Shockfest and the parties that go with it.