GoodTimeMiller from Scottsdale played an extended set because health issues lead to a touring DJ not being able to show up. Although some people were bummed, I believe the crowd came to Trapfest to dance together and enjoy themselves as long as the DJs onstage were giving them what they wanted. GoodTimeMiller did just that and kept the crowd hyped before London duo Stööki Sound took the stage. I left shortly after they played a few songs, but it was a nice changeup from the typical DJ setup to have someone rapping on stage and interacting with the crowd.
Below the gallery is a video featuring a song by GoodTimeMiller and Japi that shows a little bit of what Trapfest was like this year.