|Written by zin|
|Friday, 15 October 2010 11:35|
You heard correctly! An EDM (Electronic Dance Music) show sold out at Insomniac.com on the first day general admission tickets went on sale! Well, not quite. Tickets are still available on Live Nation for a price that is close to three times the original early bird price as well as VIP tickets which can only be purchased in sets of six. ($500 for six tickets, excluding bottle service). But if you think about it, $500 divided by six is only about $83 per person. Which is VERY close to LiveNation's price of $80.75 for General Admission. EDIT: Live Nation has just sold out of General Admission!
So what's all this hullabaloo about just a "DJ concert" being held at the Hollywood Palladium. Well for one, it's Above & Beyond, to which they've created many chart topping hits including "Can't Sleep," "Alone Tonight," and more recently "Thing Called Love." They're also a big part of a group called Oceanlab, to which they attained many more hits including "Satellite," "Clear Blue Water," and "On A Good Day."
With this many hits, it'd be a shame to call this "just" a DJ concert. After all, it's also a huge celebration of their world wide radio show, "Trance Around The World" to which they're reaching their 350th episode. On top of that, the extended set will be broadcasted live to 237 FM Radio Stations and Internet Radio! To pull off this amazing event, they're working closely with Insomniac Events. Yes, the very same Insomniac that's held Electric Daisy Carnival, Nocturnal Festival, and Beyond Wonderland. With such big successful productions, it's without a doubt that Above & Beyond chose the right people.
|Last Updated on Friday, 15 October 2010 11:50|