co-written by @gnassif91
Hangout Fest 2023 continued to deliver an unforgettable experience on its second day, with a lineup that pushed boundaries and left attendees in awe. From chart-topping headliners to breakthrough artists, the day was packed with surprises, collaborations, and an abundance of musical thrills.
The day began with an explosion of energy as new rising stars, seized the opportunity to make their mark on the festival. The sun rays fought through the clouds, and fans started to fill up the beach space. Totally Suspect was totally vibing with the colorful Hangout audience. As the sun climbed higher in the sky, the crowd eagerly anticipated the arrival of the highly anticipated headliners.
As the sun started to set, the crowd was hyped for more music. John Summit took the stage at Hangout Fest, and the crowd was in for an exhilarating ride. Summit expertly built up the energy, creating a crescendo of pulsating beats that had the crowd in a frenzy.
The venue was filled with a palpable sense of euphoria as everyone surrendered to the music and danced the night away. Sabrina Carpenter sparkled the crowd away with her pop star performance. Mariah The Scientist created an intimate “bedroom rnb” atmosphere with her fans, expressing her angelic voice for her fans. Flume delivered a mesmerizing concert that left the crowd in a state of euphoria using innovative soundscapes and genre-defying music. On the other side of the fest, Paramore, took the stage, and delivered a powerhouse performance that left the crowd exhilarated.
SZA closed the night off with an emotional depth of powerful vocals, and engaging stage presence. SZA created a strong connection with her audience and created an intimate atmosphere during her headlining Hangout performance. She performed blend of her popular tracks, such as “Love Galore,” “The Weekend,” and “Broken Clocks,” and her 2022 hit “Kill Bill.