AUSTIN, Texas — Editor's note: The above video is related to Stevie Nicks' upcoming performance in Austin.
The Seismic Dance Event features both local and international DJs in the house and techno music scene.
The event usually happens annually in November. However, organizers are now also hosting "Seismic Spring," which occurred May 19 and 20 in Austin.
Along with supporting local artists, business owners from across Central Texas were also given the chance to bring their concepts and stores for people to discover.
"It's everything to me. I've been in Austin for 12 years and I've lived in Texas my whole life, so whenever I started my business, I always wanted to really sink into local," said Taylor Tatum, owner of local clothing store Tippy Tailor. "I actually don't even do many online sales. It's all like, in person, in the store, at the pop up because you can see the joy that people have when they put this kind of clothes on."
PHOTOS: Seismic Dance Event 2023
Tatum said events like Seismic allow her to not only meet new clients but build connections with people who are looking for expression through clothing.
"It's by RSVP, appointment only, but it's essentially this showroom and magical wonderland where you can come and try everything on. You have all your friends, you can walk the runway, take pictures and you can meet Tippy. Tippy is my cat," Tatum said.
The event kicked off Friday with artists like Oden & Fatzo, Hot Since 82, DJ Hanzel, Coco & Breezy, Sofi Tukker and John Summit.
One Saturday, the event concluded with performances from Nicole Moudaber, Speaker Honey, Josh Wink, Cristoph, Chris Liebing, Chris Avantgarde and Testpilot, who is better known under his alternate stage name "deadmau5."
The event is expected to return in November at the Concourse Project.