Your Hulaween 2017 Homework

Dimond Saints:

  • If you like: Bassnectar or RL Grime
  • When: Saturday @ 9:30 PM
  • Where: Spirit Lake

We’d describe this duo as Goth-Bass.  Their electronic slow jams are almost tribal.  Although there’s a dark quality to their music, the sliding melody lines will keep your head bobbing.

Son little:

  • If you like: Ween
  • When: Sunday @ 12:13pm
  • Where: Amphitheater

These songs play in the introspective-walk-through-the-rain-scene in the movie of your life.  This soulful singer-songwriter may be least well-known critically acclaimed artist at Hula, or any festival you’ve been to this year.

Phantoms:

  • If you like: Claude VonStroke or Big Wild
  • When: Sunday @ 3:15pm
  • Where: Spirit Lake

Toeing the line between pop music and house are two teen-actors turned DJs.  Their groovy sounds are sprinkled with dancy-80's drum lines for a result that’s sure to please crowds as the festival comes to a close.

Big Something:

  • If you like: Griz
  • When: Sunday @ 12:00pm
  • Where: Amphitheater

Did you ever wonder what Sublime would have sounded like with electronic elements?  Well here you go, electro-reggae!  This set promises to be one of the most unique of the weekend.

Heather Gillis Band:

  • If you like:  Nathaniel Rateliffe & the Night Sweats
  • When: Saturday @ 12:00pm
  • Where: Campground

The lead singer and namesake of this band is a young blues artist with the voice of an old soul.  Her lyrics permeate like cigar smoke through their southern rock tunes, and rumor has it they have the stage presence to back up their sound.