Jessica Audiffred Shines as First Female Dubstep Artist to Headline Hollywood Palladium

Jessica Audiffred has always been unafraid of boundaries. 

After founding Mexico's first bass music festival, Mad House: DOOM, the surging dubstep producer took the same electrifying experience global with her wild "Mad House" tour. For its grand finale at the Hollywood Palladium, Audiffred's show truly lived up to the tour's name by delivering an impeccable and madcap night filled with heavy bass.

It was a big moment for Audiffred, who became the first female dubstep artist to headline the famed LA venue.

"Words can’t describe what this show meant to me!" Audiffred said in a celebratory social media post. "The last stop of the Mad House World Tour, my biggest headline show to date and the first palladium show headlined by a female dubstep act!"

Jessica Audiffred performs at the Hollywood Palladium on February 23rd, 2024.


The venue came alive as Audiffred's pulsing wobbles and growls burst from the speakers, her selections fueling an unbridled energy that coursed through the crowd. From her recent collaboration with DIESEL, "NO FEAR," to her remix of ILLENIUM's "From the Ashes," each track intensified the atmosphere and captivated us.

While the "Mad House" tour may be over, this year is just beginning for the label boss of Lane A Records. With a high-profile collaboration with dubstep icon Flux Pavilion on the horizon as well as confirmed appearances at EDC Las Vegas, Paradise Blue and Forbidden Kingdom, the excitement continues to build as Audiffred takes her unique performances to new heights on stages around the world.

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