STOCKHOLM — DreamHack, the premier gaming lifestyle festival, will make its U.S. West Coast debut with DreamHack Anaheim in Anaheim, CA, February 21-23, 2020, at the Anaheim Convention Center.
There will be two live music concerts offered as part of the weekend. New to the lineup is an EDM concert, on Friday, February 21, featuring EDM sensation Deorro, along with Throttle and Notaker. The second, as previously announced, will take place on Saturday, February 22, featuring alternative rock acts 8 Graves, The Score and Missio.
The 24 hour-a-day festival weekend will feature everything gaming under one roof and will be jam-packed with pro esports tournaments, amateur and varsity gaming tournaments, world-famous bring your own computer (BYOC) LAN party, cosplay championship, panels, art, activities, expo, screenings, live music and more. Tickets are available now HERE.
DreamHack kicked off its 25th anniversary in December during DreamHack Winter, and will continue the celebration through 2020. The premier gaming lifestyle festival started as a gathering of friends and their computers in a school cafeteria — with no online access — but has grown into a beacon of internet culture and a gathering place for gamers worldwide featuring everything gaming under one roof.
DreamHack is a gaming lifestyle festival where communities from all walks of gaming life come together for a three-day weekend celebrating digital culture both IRL (in real life) and online. DreamHack Anaheim features a 24-hour-a-day LAN (Local Area Network ) party; esports gaming competitions; university matches; live music concerts; film screenings; stream studio; console, PC and arcade games; tabletop games; expo; cosplay championship; art gallery; indie game zone; main stage with live music; escape room; panel discussions, workshops and keynote speakers; and a host of other activities. Gamers can participate or watch professionals compete in esports tournaments with hundreds of thousands of prize dollars on the line.