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Grammy nominated electro house producer and founder of Dim Mak Records, Steve Aoki hits The Madison Square Garden this summer on August 16th with his neon future show. Headlining an event at The Madison Square Garden is not the easiest thing to do, but we all can tell now that Aoki is one of those who can pull this off and actually sell out a show like this.
Madison Square Garden, home of the New York Knicks and New York Rangers, can hold a max capacity of 18,200 spectators, and that does not include the amount of GA Standing room there will be as well. There have been countless amount of concerts held at the Garden, Aoki joins Armin Van Buuren and Swedish House Mafia as the only 2 other electronic artists to actually have headlines MSG. Aoki states “We’re going to turn this place upside down and make a statement—it’s an experience beyond a show for me. It’s a place where I can be myself.”
With electronic music booming and making its way to the top of the music industry (if it isn’t there yet) Aoki is set out to make a statement that electronic music is here, and is here to stay.
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After a lot of speculation about Electric Zoo and whether or not it will return to its stomping grounds at Randall’s Island in NYC for the sixth year in a row, Electric Zoo Festival officially announced its return! Due to drug multiple drug related deaths last year, Ezoo was cut short and Sunday’s event was cancelled leaving thousands of attendees upset.
This years festival will take place August 29 – August 31. Discounted Pre Sale tickets go on sale April 29th but no official date for regular ticket sales have been announced.
Lineup soon to be announced
You will be able to get your tickets here: www.electriczoofestival.com
Watch this amazing 2014 Official trailer for Electric Zoo 2014
As the heart of festival season is coming closer and closer as every day passes, the U.S will see its share of many multi day festivals. One festival that sticks out from many of the other festivals with its elaborate art installments and big name musicians is going to be Mysteryland. Taking place in the historic Bethel Woods in New York where the 1969 Woodstock festival was held, we can expect this festival to be one of the more anticipated festivals of the season.
Known for their multi-faceted approach to how festivals of this size, Mysteryland offers 3 days of awesome music, art, and performances. Taking place Memorial Day weekend may 23-26th, we will see musicians such as Steve Aoki, Kaskade, Showtek, and many many more with multiples of stages. Last years main stage included a giant majestic owl, so we can assume that this years main stage setup will be one to remember.
Tickets are still on sale but going fast. So don’t miss out and go buy your tickets now!
Get them here: http://www.mysteryland.us/en/tickets/
Witness the 2013 Official aftermovie here:
After creating a number one hit, and being the new EDM sensation all around the world, Martin Garrix is finally going to be coming to the U.S bringing his “We Are Animals Tour”. Known for creating the song “Animals”, this young artist has taken EDM by storm and we are sure that many Americans will be happy that he will finally be playing in the US. Martin will be making stops in cities such as Boston, New York, and Las Vegas. Who will be one of the few that get to see him?
If you have not heard his track “Animals” yet, have a listen here: