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Rain and mud didn't spoil the fun at Digital Dreams

Rain almost killed Digital Dreams this year, but somehow everyone seemed to band together to save what could have been a miserable affair. Organizers infuriated many festival-goers with a late cancellation of the first day of the festival citing safety concerns, while those who made it out on Sunday knew they were going to get soaked.

Lest you doubt the spirit of EDM fans, the crowd showed a hell of a lot of resilience in the face of the damp and mucky conditions. People worse plastic bags, danced in the rain, and generally pretended not to be bothered by the mud and puddles. By the time Zedd closed out the festival, you wouldn't have known what a mess it had all been.

Check out all the rainy action in this photo gallery of Digital Dreams 2015.


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