PHOTOS: Shaky Beats 2017 – Saturday Day 2


After a wet and chilly first day of the 2017 Shaky Beats Festival, the temperatures stayed cool but the sun was out all day, and with exception of a little rain at the very end of the night, it was an absolutely perfect day to step out in your craziest outfit for a festival.

Shaky Beats 2017 at Centennial Park - Saturday - Day 2

18 artists rocked the park all day long with Lost Seekers kicking things off on the Ponce de Leon stage at 2:30pm with a great DJ set. Next up, Young Bombs kicked off the main stage and delivered the goods in a big way, catching some air off of the deck tables and by the looks of it they were having a blast their entire set.

Young Bombs - Shaky Beats 2017 at Centennial Park - Saturday - Day 2

Young Bombs

Haywyre’s set was a big favorite with the audience with a ton of great keyboard solos and stunning visuals. Slushii was also a huge hit on the main stage with a ton of people there to see him with their handmade signs and shirts. His energy was as big as his beats.

Pouya - Shaky Beats 2017 at Centennial Park - Saturday - Day 2


Although most of the acts clearly fell into the EDM category a few of the standout artists on Saturday were Rap artists. The Flatbush Zombies, lit up the stage with a fantastic set and Pouya, from Miami, basically took over festival for a little while by going out into the audience yelling “someone is going to die tonight and it’s going be me!” The pit went crazy.

Galantis - Shaky Beats 2017 at Centennial Park - Saturday - Day 2


The day ended strong with outstanding beats and visuals by Flosstradamus, Galantis, and Kaskade who we’re literally blowing up their sets with pyro and confetti cannons firing all night.

Day 2 is in the books, and it was a great one.

Check out John McNicholas‘ photos from Shaky Beats 2017 Day 2:


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  1. Hey John, I think you of might have taken some pictures of me during the Illenium set of Shaky Beats. I lost my phone during the festival so I don’t have any pictures, and I’m hoping you’ll be able to help me out!

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