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The Mad Decent Block Party is one of the most unique music events in the country. Founded in 2008, the Mad Decent Block party began as a feature for the many performers on the Mad Decent Label. The early editions of the Mad Decent Block Party were held just outside the labels old headquarters, but has evolved into a multiple month long traveling festival that hits many of the top venues across the country. Mad Decent has a range of artists on their label, with a focus on funk, pop, and dance music. The Mad Decent brand really burst onto the scenes in 2012, when one of the artists on Mad Decent’s label, Baauer, created the “Harlem Shake,” which quickly went viral and drew interest around the world. The Mad Decent Block Party has expanded in recent years to include more than just artists on the Mad Decent label, with super stars such as OutKast, Mat and Kim, Skrillex, and T-Pain. With a lineup that varies from city to city, each editions of the Mad Decent Block Party is unique and full of energy. Mad Decent Block Party Tickets have increased in demand each year. Buying Mad Decent Block Party tickets gets you access to one day of unbelievable music from between 5 and 9 artists. Score with TicketCity – the place to go for Mad Decent Block Party Tickets.

2018 Mad Decent Block Party Preview & Lineup

The 2015 Mad Decent Block Party has shows scheduled from July through September. The tour will hit locations accross the United States, including Atlanta, Dallas, Brooklyn, Austin, Los Angeles, Chicago and many more. Each edition of the 2015 Mad Decent Block Party includes a different list of artists, with top artists including Skrillex, Zeds Dead, Tyler the Creater, Cashmere Cat, Cut Copy, Major Lazer, Odesza, Riff Raff, and many more.

Mad Decent Block Party Event Guide

Is Dance Music the only music at the Mad Decent Block Party?

The Mad Decent Block Party started out featuring mainly funk and dance music. But the tour has expanded to include artists from most of the major genres, including rap, rock, indie, and more.

How can I get Mad Decent Block Party Tickets?

TicketCity offers a large selection of Mad Decent Block Party Tickets, including tickets to each of the festivals stops on its 2018 Tour.

What can I bring into a 2018 Mad Decent Block Party show?

Due to the festival playing at different venues accross the country, each show will have slightly different rules on what you can and cannot bring in. Things that are prohibited accross the board are outside food and drink, glass, unsealed cigarette packages, masks, LED gloves, large bags, pets, as well as other items. You will be allowed to bring in empty water botles (not glass) empty CamelBak's, lighters, and liquid sunscreen.

Who will perform at the 2018 Mad Decent Block Party?

Every stop on the Mad Decent Block Party tour features a different performer list. The performers for the 2018 Mad Decent Block Party are pulled from the Mad Decent Label, as well as many of the top names in the music industry today.