Mad Decent Block Party 2014 Brings Action Bronson, DJ Snake, Zeds Dead to Fort Lauderdale

The bass, booties, and bros are headed back to Revolution Live for the 2014 Mad Decent Block Party. Last year, Major Lazer and company got us wet with sweat from dancing and drooling. We roasted in the steamy summer sun, chatting it up with Diplo's devoted disciples.

This year, the expanded 22-city tour kicks of in Fort Lauderdale. It's months away and the website says it's already sold out. Though other cities will have the chance to see Outkast, A$AP Ferg, Dan Deacon, GTA, Jack U, and a ton more, read who's coming to Fort Lauderdale after the jump.

See also: Top Ten Diplo Disciples You'll Meet at a Mad Decent Block Party

Photos: Mad Decent Block Party at Revolution Live

Mad Decent Block Party 2014 Fort Lauderdale Lineup

Action Bronson

Dillon Francis

DJ Snake



What So Not

Zeds Dead

Mad Decent Block Party, July 26, at Revolution Live, 100 SW 3rd Ave., Fort Lauderdale. Visit or

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