rooftop pool at W Hotel Hollywood

Party w/ Charli XCX, Phantogram & Wildfox at the W Hotel

Wake Up Call, a W Hotel Music Festival, goes down in Hollywood, Barcelona and Bali. There will be a Wildfox pop up and dance music.

The party is going down at the Marriott this weekend, specifically the W Hotel Hollywood at Wake Up Call music festival. Headliners include Phantogram, Charli XCX and a DJ set from Chromeo. There will also be stops at the W Hotel in Barcelona and then the W Hotel in Bali.

wake up call w hotel festival line up 2018

Wake Up Call Barcelona is happening from September 21 to 23, 2018. It will be more European house music oriented, with special guests Black Coffee, Robin Schulz, Martin Solveig and many more. Wake Up Call Bali will be from October 4 to 6, 2018 with Tove Lo, who will be vacation drunk.

According to Anthony Ingham, Global Brand Leader, W Hotels Worldwide, “Music is a universal language, one we have spoken since day one at W.” He continues, “We’ve brought the Whatever/Whenever mentality to recording artists and guests for years – through concepts like our W Sound Suite recording studios and countless performances in W Living Rooms – all to bring people closer to the music they love. Now we are taking our groundbreaking WAKE UP CALL music festival around the world, disrupting the festival scene in ways that only a W hotel stay can.”

WWD reports that Wildfox will be on the scene in Hollywood hosting a pop up shop. They will be selling pieces from their Fox Force Fall 2018 collection, which is inspired by graphic novels. Shop the new collection at the official Wildfox Couture boutique.

To get passes you have to book a room at the W Hotel during the weekend of the festival. Tickets for Wake Up Call Hollywood 2018 are sold out. You can book a room for Barcelona or Bali at the Marriot’s official website. Or visit the official website of Wake Up Call, a W Hotel Music Festival.

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Elizabeth de Moya has contributed to DJ Mag, DJ TechTools, LA Weekly and Thump (Vice). She has a BA in Linguistics from UC Berkeley.