Saturday nights at Webster Hall are Brite Nites, and Brite Nites are not just your run of the mill dance parties. Brite Nites are not just a horse of a different color, but every color of the rainbow in stunning, vibrant clarity and set to the sounds of electronic dance music's best and brightest. This past Saturday, Webster Hall played host to GTA's Death To Genres Tour, the tour's name a fitting motto for the anything goes attitude that both the headlining duo and supporting act, What So Not, rocked all night long.
You do not want to miss this Brite Nites event that happens weekly at Webster Hall. Make sure you dress bright and are ready to dance the night away with GTA and What So Not!
What: 'Brite Nites' Presents The Death To Genres Tour feat. GTA & What So Not
When: Saturday, March 1, 10 pm
The boys of GTA will be taking their dynamic and explosive styles all across North America for their 'Death To Genres' Tour starting February 27th in London, Canada. Their upcoming tour will stop at 24 major cities all across North America from Canada to the U.S.. They will be traveling alongside Trap artist, What So Not, as the supporting act for this tour.
Some of the more notable stops on this tour are at Ultra Music Festival in Miami (their native city) and Coachella in Indio, CA. Make sure to catch your favorite boys, GTA, for a fun-filled night! You can buy tickets to any of their nearby shows here.
Looking to end the year with a bang, then look no further than the high-octane energy of Major Lazer, Boys Noize, and GTA who will help close out the year at NYC's Pier 94 on December 30th. The show which is going to be a blazing hot ticket, will be a great opportunity to hear sick music and create a few more memories in 2013. Don't miss out on the chance to catch the world-famous party starters.
Tickets are now available here.
This is an absolute must-attend event so grab your ticket while you still can.
This Labor Day weekend, a number of festivals took place across the nation. There was the North Coast Music Festival in Chicago, the Bumbershoot in Seattle, and Electric Zoo in New York (which ended a day early due to two fatalities). Then there was the Made In America festival in Philadelphia. The Benjamin Franklin Parkway was closed off in its entirety for this new American festival, which is only in it's second year running. Made In America was started and developed by Jay Z, with help from Budweiser, In its first year, the festival included names like Kanye West, Pearl Jam, Skrillex, The Hives, Afrojack, and Jay Z himself. For their sophomore year, they offered the talents of Beyoncé, Nine Inch Nails, Phoenix, 2 Chainz, Empire of the Sun, and so much more. It was destined to be a great festival because of such a line up, but we would have never thought that it would have left such a lasting impression on us.
March 7th: Mixify will host a digital pre-party featuring house DJs and producers from Australia, Feenixpawl, in advance of their headlining gig at LURE, Los Angeles. Feenixpawl's set will begin at 5pm PST, during which Mixify will be giving away up to 10 pairs of tickets to their show at LURE, Hollywood. To enter to win tickets, fans can post about the contest from @Mixify, @Feenixpawl, @LureHollywood, or @digi10v on Twitter or Facebok and attend the Mixify pre-party. To RSVP for the event, click here.